The fact that former Mississippi State DL Chris Jones didn’t make the Pro Bowl rosters is a massive oversight by the NFL, though the Kansas City Chiefs star could end up making the team still as a replacement.
Jones has 15.5 sacks this year, second only to Aaron Donald’s 19.5 sacks. The former Bulldog is a dominant force, and on Sunday night, he set an NFL record.
By recording a sack in his 11th-straight game, Jones now has the longest streak of games with a sack in the history of the league:
CHRIS 👏 JONES 👏 NFL 👏 RECORD 👏 HOLDER 👏 pic.twitter.com/GwEQutc4Rx
— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) December 24, 2018
The Chiefs are struggling a bit at the moment, but will still be one of the six teams in the AFC playoffs, likely as either the No. 1 seed or the No. 5 seed.
One thing is for sure — even if Jones can’t continue his sack streak, no opposing quarterback wants to see him on the other side of the ball these days.