Ex-Raider Khalil Mack snags pick-six in first half of Bears debut


Former Raiders edge rusher Khalil Mack couldn't have asked for a better first half in his Chicago Bears debut. 

Mack forced two turnovers in a span of two-and-a-half minutes. He strip-sacked Green Bay Packers backup quarterback DeShone Kizer, and then returned an interception to the house to give Chicago a 17-0 lead. 

The sack was Mack's first solo tackle with Chicago, and his touchdown was the second of his career. This all came a week after he signed the richest contract for a defensive player in NFL history. The Raiders reportedly had a chance to sign their 2014 first-round pick for less, but opted to trade Mack to the Bears for a package centered on two first-round picks. 

Mack channeled LeBron James to celebrate his sack, and managed to get the King's attention.

Your move, Jon Gruden. 

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