CHARLOTTE -- Many fans were collectively breathing a sigh of relief when Julio Jones dropped a sure touchdown in the fourth quarter during the Panthers v. Falcons game Sunday.

But there were those who wondered what happened right after between Jones and Panther's safety, Kurt Coleman.

"You know I just told him, 'Glory to God,'" said Coleman, after the game. "You just got to glorify him in the bad times. And I know he's a great wide-receiver. So he's going to catch a lot more of those than he misses." 

"Trash-talking" is considered commonplace on the gridiron. So Coleman's choice to share a positive message with his competition instead is something that many are taking notice to. 

The Panthers will take on the Dolphins next week.