Chicago Bears pass rusher Khalil Mack had a great deal to state about his previous group in the keep running up to Sunday’s down against the Oakland Raiders. In any case, when the game was finished, Mack went quiet.
Following seven days of talking smack, the 28-year-old Mack declined to talk with the media following the Bears’ 24-21 misfortune to the Raiders.
In certain examples, Mack not talking after the game probably won’t be enormous news. Be that as it may, Mack made himself part of the story this week after more than once making remarks about how seriously he needed to beat the Raiders after the group exchanged him away last offseason.
Everything began Monday, when Mack said he has been anticipating playing the Raiders just because since the exchange. Mack multiplied down on that later in the week, saying he needed to make the Raiders “pay for” exchanging him.
After such talking, Mack didn’t set up immense numbers during the challenge. He recorded only three handles, and was not able register any sacks against his previous club.
With all due respect, the whole Bears resistance attempted to contain the Raiders. The Bears’ barrier was on the field a great deal early, and their weakness enabled Oakland to drive here and there the field early. The Raiders bounced out to a 17-0 lead by halftime because of the Bears’ protective battles.
The Bears’ protection played somewhat better in the subsequent half, constraining two key turnovers to recover the group in the game. While Chicago had the option to take a lead, the Raiders scored with just shy of two minutes left to pull ahead for good.
Mack and the Bears ought to have an a lot of time to consider the misfortune. The group played in London, and needs to persevere through a long trip back to Chicago. The Bears are on a bye in Week 6, and will come back to activity to confront an intense New Orleans Saints group in Week 7.
Chicago’s guard — and Mack — ought to have a lot of inspiration to ball out in that game after a baffling presentation against the Raiders.