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Jaguars vs. 49ers: Week 16 sack analysis

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The offensive line did awful in run blocking, but they only allowed one sack on 50 attempts.

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The offensive line was a tale of two... well, two somethings. They protected Blake Bortles well, allowing just one sack and five hits on 50 attempts. That’s pretty good. But the run blocking was atrocious. They ran for just 92 yards and if you take away Bortles’ runs, the running backs averaged just 2.65 yards per carry on 23 carries.

But this isn’t a run blocking column, it’s a sacks allowed column. Which Jacksonville Jaguars player allowed the lone sack of the game? Let’s find out.

Sack #1: 2nd and 10 at JAX 25, 10:06 in 2Q

I think this is on Bortles. He needs to step up in the pocket a little sooner. Just one step up and Solomon Thomas isn’t able to get him by the ankles. Backup left tackle Josh Wells drives this man to the ground and he still trips Bortles up.

Fault: 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

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