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Jaguars vs. Colts: Week 7 sack analysis

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The Jaguars’ offensive line was without two of their starters and still dominated a pathetic Colts defense.

Jacksonville Jaguars v Houston Texans Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images

The Jacksonville Jaguars were without starting center Brandon Linder and then lost starting left tackle Cam Robinson for the day after an ankle he sustained on the opening drive. Even against an underwhelming Indianapolis Colts defense this would spell trouble, right?

Hahahahahahahaha, nope.

Jacksonville extended their league-leading rushing attack by gaining 188 yards on the ground with their backup running backs and only allowed four hits and one sack on 26 pass attempts from Blake Bortles.

Who allowed the lone sack by the Colts this past week? Let’s see.

Sack #1: 3rd and 10 at IND 25, 0:32 left in 2Q

Patrick Omameh looks awfully out of position on this strip-sack, but Blake Bortles could have gotten the pass away sooner to Allen Hurns in the middle of the field who looks like he was running a timing route and was expecting the ball at his right shoulder as he turned around.

Fault: Patrick Omameh and Blake Bortles

2017 sack totals

Player Sacks
Player Sacks
Blake Bortles 6.5
Cam Robinson 3.5
Patrick Omameh 3
Miscellaneous 3
Chris Reed 2.5
Jermey Parnell 2.5
Leonard Fournette 1.5
Tyler Shatley 1
Tommy Bohanon 1
Nobody 1
Josh Wells 1
Marcedes Lewis 1
A.J. Cann 0.5
Chris Ivory 0.5
T.J. Yeldon 0.5

Up next: The bye week!