Kentrell Brothers took a bow after recording his first career NFL sack on Sunday against the Detroit Lions.
On Sunday, Brothers, a 2011 Guthrie High School alum, took down quarterback Matt Cassell in the closing seconds of a 27-9 Vikings win at Ford Field in Detroit.
The sack is in the video below this article is the very last play shown. For mobile viewers click here.
Now in his third NFL season (all with the Vikings), the former Missouri Tiger All-American and fifth round draft pick has collected 31 tackles.
Brothers led the Vikings with 25 total special teams tackles over the course of the 2016 and 2017 seasons.
Brothers is the all-time leading receiver for catches and yards for a season and a career in Guthrie football history. He was the first BlueJay to collect a 1,000 yards receiving. In addition, he was among the elite in sacks in both his junior and senior years in the state and has more sacks than any other player in Guthrie history.