Raiders' Khalil Mack makes history, named All-Pro at two positions
On Friday, Oakland's Khalil Mack made history when the Associated Press named him an All-Pro at two positions -- linebacker and defensive end
People outside Oakland who didn't know about Khalil Mack got their introduction to his talents when he sacked Denver Broncos quarterback Brock Osweiler five times in Week 14.
On Friday, Mack made history when the Associated Press named him an All-Pro at two positions -- linebacker and defensive end.
To recap: versatility coupled with ridiculous athleticism makes life difficult for opponents.
"I do whatever I can to help the team win. I'm a team guy," Mack, who finished with 15.5 sacks on the season, told the AP. "Whether it's dropping in coverage or rushing the passer. I can do either. I think they (voters) saw that."
were unanimous All-Pro selections;
had six players make the list: quarterback
, and cornerback
- Five teams -- New England, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Arizona and St. Louis -- had two All-Pros each:
New England Patriots
and right guard
and left tackle
St. Louis Rams
- One rookie made the team:
- Others include: Tampa Bay RB Doug Martin , Atlanta WR Julio Jones , Cleveland OT Joe Thomas , Baltimore G Marshal Yanda , Denver OLB Von Miller , San Francisco ILB NaVorro Bowman , and Kansas City S Eric Berry .
In all, 15 players from the NFC and 12 from the AFC made the squad.
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