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Week 14 sack analysis vs the Colts

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Analyzing each sack given up by the Jaguars all season, moving onto Week 14.

Logan Bowles-USA TODAY Sports

With 37 sacks entering Sunday's contest vs the Colts, the Jaguars surrendered 3 more.

All in all this wasn't a bad day for the pass protection, just a few gaffes.

Sack No. 1:

Situation: 1st-and-10 at the Jaguars 20 yard line. 7:47 left in Q1.

The Sack: Sack #1. On Luke, and on my brand https://t.co/SR13brGOiK

Who was at fault: Luke Joeckel

Luke simply just has a major lapse in technique and pays for it here. This year has been very strong for him in being more consistent from snap to snap, but this was a rough one.

Sack No. 2:

Situation: 3rd-and-5 at the Jaguars 25 yard line. 4:01 left in Q1.

The Sack: Sack #2. Yeldon beat in pass pro for the first time in weeks but a lot going on here https://t.co/3Cc7lfpegl

Who was at fault: T.J. Yeldon

There is a lot going on in this one, from the stunting DL, the blitzing LB, and Parnell getting beat. But ultimately the LB beating Yeldon's block was the first domino to fall and set everything in motion.

Sack No. 3:

Situation: 1st-and-10 at the Jaguars 29 yard line. 1:22 left in Q2.

The Sack: Sack #3. 2nd time this year a safety had been able to get a sack from such a deep starting position. https://t.co/8frl0xgFs5

Who was at fault: Miscellaneous

This could maybe be on Blake for not recognizing the blitz soon enough, but it was timed well to matchup with the Jaguars routes.

Here is the updated sack accountability chart for 2015:

Player or situation

Sacks at fault for.


Luke Joeckel

3

Zane Beadles

5

Stefan Wisniewski

2

A.J. Cann

0

Jermey Parnell

3

Blake Bortles

7

T.J. Yeldon

5

Sam Young

3

Miscellaneous

(Coverage sack, free blitzer, etc...)

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