It’s not often that you get to see Tennessee play the Chicago Bears in the regular season. The last time was in 2012, a game the Titans won 27-21. It’s also not often that you get to watch a player the same caliber as Khalil Mack play against Titans player give or take a Von Miller.
Mack has recorded 61.5 sacks over his 6-year career and has posted over 10 sacks 4 times throughout his career. He has been one of the most dominating forces on defense since his second season in the NFL when he finished with 15 sacks.
Khalil Mack has spent his career lining up on the left side of the defensive line. What does this mean for the Titans? It means that Mack will probably be facing the right side of the Titans line, which is much much weaker than the left. Nate Davis played right guard for the majority of last season and it seems as if either Dennis Kelley or rookie Isaiah Wilson will get the nod at right tackle. Neither of these combinations will be great vs Khalil Mack. The Titans will have to constantly know where Mack is and make sure to double team him or he could add to his 13 games of 2 sacks or more.