In what was inevitable for weeks, Dallas Cowboys cornerback Trevon Diggs reached double-digits in interceptions this season.

Over the fourth quarter of the Cowboys’ Week 15 road win over the New York Giants, Diggs sealed the victory for his team with a crucial end zone interception. He has now recorded 10 interceptions in the campaign, which leads the league.

In his post-game press conference following the win, Diggs revealed that ahead of the season, he set a lofty goal of recording at least 10 interceptions for this campaign. He is not only pleased to have reached this goal but also ecstatic to shatter the feat with three games remaining in the Cowboys' regular season schedule.

“I’m happy I reached it,” Diggs said. “It’s just a blessing.

“I’ve got to set a new goal now.”

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Diggs also joined elite company with the pick off of Giants quarterback Mike Glennon today.

Overall, the record for interceptions in a season is 14, which was set by former Los Angeles Rams cornerback Night Train Lane in the 1952 campaign. Multiple players have come close over the decades to reaching Lane’s record but failed in the end. It sure would be quite an accomplishment if Diggs goes on to notch at least four interceptions over the Cowboys’ remaining three games to tie the record.

For now, a crucial NFC East rematch awaits the Cowboys in Week 16 as they will clash with the Washington Football Team.