The Jacksonville Jaguars recorded another 10-sack performance on the year, this time against the Indianapolis Colts. It’s the first time a team has had multiple 10-sack games since the 1984 Chicago Bears (and we all know how that turned out).
Want to watch all 10 sacks from today? Of course you do!
10 SACKS in one game!— NFL (@NFL) October 22, 2017
Here's every @Jaguars sack from #JAXvsIND in Week 7. #Jaguars pic.twitter.com/zzxyx6FjuK
The final tally from today?
Yannick Ngakoue: 2.5
Calais Campbell: 2.0
Dante Fowler, Jr: 1.5
Malik Jackson 1.5
Myles Jack: 1.0
Sheldon Day: 1.0
Eli Ankou: 0.5
Another interesting tidbit — the Jaguars ended today with 33.0 sacks through seven games. That’s roughly 4.71 sacks per game. If that average continues, the Jaguars will end the year with 75 sacks. What’s the NFL record, you ask?
So the Jaguars can actually underperform their game-to-game average (albeit slightly) and still set an NFL single-season record for sacks in a season.
What do you think? Can the Jaguars keep up their productive pace and set an NFL record? Let us know in the comments below!