We’re all used to Khalil Mack making game changing plays by getting after the QB, but his INT tonight was an example of outstanding concentration and anticipation.

It’s one of those strange plays where it even takes the players on the field a few seconds to figure out what just happened, and Mack is already making his way back up the field with the ball as the penny drops:

Kirk Cousins does just enough to force Mack out of play to stop the pick six but he doesn’t come out of the tackle looking dominant, although the Bears could only get a field goal to cut the deficit to 7-6 at the break.

It’s a gritty game where neither team really looks like scoring, so it will likely fall on the Chicago defence again if they want to win this one.

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