1. Khalil Mack
Having Khalil Mack ranked number one the list might be rubbing salt in the wounds of Raider Nation, but the guy was an absolute freak of nature in Oakland. His 40.5 sacks are the most of any Raider from 2010 to 2019 by 22.5 and his 68 tackles for loss leads Lamarr Houston by 31. Oh, and he was a first-team All-Pro selection twice, three times if you count when he became the first player in league history to make the list at two different positions in 2015.
The University of Buffalo product followed up his impressive 2015 campaign with an AP Defensive player of the year performance in 2016. Though the way he left the organization may have been hard for the fan base, you have to appreciate what he was to this team when he was here, and who knows, maybe he comes back like Woodson did late in his career.
Mack also seemed to have a knack for making clutch plays in big moments as he complied 15.5 fourth-quarter sacks for the Silver and Black. Despite changing teams, he will go down as one of the organization’s best draft picks of all time. Along the same lines as Cooper, the dominant edge defender is even more valuable since trading him helped the team land Josh Jacobs and another first-round pick.