Sean Jones

Jets' O-line Faces Challenge Of Trying To Slow Raiders' Mack

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — The film confirmed everything the New York Jets already knew about Khalil Mack.

Now, they've got to figure out how to stop Oakland's sack-happy pass rusher.

"There's a lot of challenges with him," Jets offensive coordinator John Morton acknowledged Thursday. "He's probably one of the best (pass) rushers in football. We have a plan for him. Definitely, he can wreck a game, so we've got to make sure we account for him wherever he's at."

Mack will line up mostly on the left side of the Raiders' defense, but sometimes on the right — and often end up in opponents' backfields.

"He's the ideal pass rusher," Jets...