Atlanta has struggled with tackling this season, but Bosher didn't add to those woes after slamming Barner down in the first half of the Falcons' 24-10 victory over the Panthers on Sunday.
Barner took the kickoff at his own 5-yard line and raced to the 35 before meeting the arms of Bosher. The punter picked up the running back and threw him to the ground and followed it with a flex of his arms while standing over the return man.
The play drew praise from teammates as Bosher returned to the Falcons' sideline with 5:25 remaining in the second quarter and the score tied at 10-10. The hit sparked a change of momentum with Atlanta blanking the Panthers for the next two quarters and scoring 14 unanswered points to seal the win.
The Falcons moved to 6-9 on the season after the win but have already been eliminated from postseason contention.
Bosher had five punts for 235 yards (47.0 average) with a long of 54 yards against the Panthers. He also had two punts downed inside the 20-yard line.
Bosher entered Sunday's matchup with 50 punts and 45.0 yards per kick for the season. 18 of those punts were downed inside the 20.