WATCH: Khalil Mack rips ball out of DeShone Kizer's hands for strip sack


Khalil Mack is a threat to make a game-changing play on any snap. It took him less than two quarters to get it done for the Bears on Sunday night.

After Aaron Rodgers left with a leg injury, backup quarterback DeShone Kizer came in and sparked the Green Bay Packers offense with a much-needed drive into the redzone.

It looked like he would get a field goal at the very least and put points on the board for Green Bay, but Mack did his thing on third down, ripping the ball out of the quarterback’s hand to force the turnover and maintain the first-half shutout.

The Packers’ right tackle Bryan Bulaga actually didn’t do a bad job. Kizer doomed himself by fleeing the pocket to the right, taking away Bulaga’s leverage and running right into the arms of the incoming Mack.

The Pro Bowl outside linebacker did the rest, locating the ball and forcing the turnover in a show of brute strength. So far, Mack looks well worth the blockbuster trade and record-breaking contract.

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