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Breaking down the sacks of the three real Defensive Player of the Year contenders, it may surprise you how often Aldon Smith wins to the inside.
Which teams have the most sacks not directly attributable to their blockers? San Francisco tops the list.
Duane Brown has developed into one of the best pass-protecting tackles in the league. Who else has kept the quarterback clean this year?
Gabe Carimi and J'Marcus Webb jumped into the top 7 of sacks allowed with their "performances" on Monday, while Von Miller toyed with Jeromey Clary on Sunday.
How are first- and second-year quarterbacks doing? Cam Newton and Andy Dalton seem to be holding on to the ball too long, while Ryan Tannehill has passed his early tests.
Jo-Lonn Dunbar has three sacks, and all of them have been unblocked. Plus: an in-depth look at Philadelphia's pass-protection problems on Monday Night.
Michael Vick's lack of pre-snap recognition helps lead the Eagles to a ton of unblocked sacks, while Atlanta and St. Louis have done the best at creating them on defense.
Three in the A gap? It happened Sunday. Plus: Did Ray Rice make the right blocking decision on Houston's safety?
Does it seem like Under Pressure has spent a lot of time writing about the Cardinals this year? Here's why.
Long and short sack leaderboards point out the difference between Jay Cutler and Kevin Kolb. Plus: an in-depth look at how the Texans use J.J. Watt.