Oakland Raiders defensive superstar Khalil Mack has a sack in eight straight games. It's longest active streak in the NFL, and it also ties a Raiders team record set by Lance Johnstone in 1998.
Though the Raiders lost to the Kansas City Chiefs 21-13 last night, Mack kept his streak alive with a strip-sack of Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith in the third quarter.
Trying to stop @52Mack_?
GOOD. LUCK. #RaiderNation
— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) December 9, 2016
When the 25-year-old defensive standout got back to the bench after making the play, his teammates showed him how they felt by bowing down to him.
— CaptainRaiderfan (@RogerIbbitson) December 9, 2016
Mack has been a dominating force this season. Through 14 weeks, he has 11 sacks, 44 tackles, five forced fumbles and an interception return for a touchdown. The one-time Pro Bowler is the leader of the defense, and his teammates clearly know this.
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