Devin Bush has absolutely wrecked the Los Angeles Chargers and it’s not even halftime yet.

The former Michigan linebacker has already made a number of plays with the Pittsburgh Steelers defense. A highly-touted rookie, Bush continues to draw rave reviews for his speed and playmaking ability.

Taking on the Chargers on Sunday Night Football, Bush is absolutely terrorizing Philip Rivers early. It started when Rivers threw what was intended to be a screen pass in the first quarter.

Rivers’ throw was intended to go to Melvin Gordon, but it was hurried and off-target. It was also a backwards pass, meaning the ball was still live. Bush never hesitated in grabbing the ball and racing into the end zone for an early touchdown.

On the ensuing possession, Bush once again recorded a takeaway. This time, Rivers’ pass was batted up into the air at the line of scrimmage. Bush, who was lined up on Keenan Allen for the play, broke off his coverage and made a running grab for the interception.

It gave the Steelers great field position:

After the pick, Bush and Pittsburgh’s defense had quite the celebration:

A total of 2:02 came off the game clock between Bush’s takeaways.