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The St. Louis Rams have given up a sack on 8.3 percent of their dropbacks this year. Is that Sam Bradford's fault, or does the blame fall more with the offensive line?
This week's Under Pressure takes a deeper look at Tim Tebow's throws. What patterns have shown up this year, and does his ability to extend plays help him complete passes?
We've seen short sacks, we've seen long sacks, but we've yet to see who is getting beat on these sacks. Until now, that is.
Why are there so many short sacks in Tampa Bay? Are the Jets getting sacks solely because of their secondary?
Just how extreme is Gregg Williams' love of the big blitz compared to other NFL coordinators? Plus: Ronde Barber gets the fastest sack we've ever tracked.
This week we take a look at how sacks are being split up for the more impressive pass rushers in the league, and just what that means going forward.
Every quarterback has their own clock, but the mean sack time tends to stay roughly the same.
Who is more to blame for St. Louis' league-leading 19 sacks allowed this year: Sam Bradford, or the offensive line?
Are scrambling quarterbacks more likely to lose more yardage on their sacks than their less mobile brethren? The answer might surprise you.
While long sacks tend to be more the fault of the quarterback, quick sacks say more about the players who pick them up and who they play with.