Carolina Panthers cornerback Donte Jackson, center, celebrates his hit on Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Tavon Austin during the second quarter of Sunday’s victory over the Dallas Cowboys. Panthers defensive coordinator Eric Washington said Jackson’s best play was actually a cutback run stop on Ezekiel Elliott.
Carolina Panthers cornerback Donte Jackson, center, celebrates his hit on Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Tavon Austin during the second quarter of Sunday’s victory over the Dallas Cowboys. Panthers defensive coordinator Eric Washington said Jackson’s best play was actually a cutback run stop on Ezekiel Elliott. PANTHERS_COWBOYS_09 jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
Carolina Panthers cornerback Donte Jackson, center, celebrates his hit on Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Tavon Austin during the second quarter of Sunday’s victory over the Dallas Cowboys. Panthers defensive coordinator Eric Washington said Jackson’s best play was actually a cutback run stop on Ezekiel Elliott. PANTHERS_COWBOYS_09 jsiner@charlotteobserver.com