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Bradley Chubb has the Most Sacks by a Dolphin Player since 2016
Former NC State All-American Bradley Chubb picked up 1.5 sacks on Christmas Eve in the Dolpshins’ 22-20 win over the Cowboys, giving him 11 on the season. That’s the most Sacks by a Dolphin’s player since 2016, when Cameron Wake had 11.5 sacks.
Bradley Chubb has entered rare airspace.
He now has 11.0 sacks this season and is the 1st Miami Dolphin since Cameron Wake in 2017 to record double-digit sacks in a season
— Jason Sarney (@Jason_Sarney) December 25, 2023
Bradley Chubb beating the LT easily, missing the strip sack and still ending up with the sack is so on brand for him lmao. He’s missed a lot of sacks going for the strip sack but you can live with them when he leads the NFL in FFs. The kind of motor he plays with is great to see. pic.twitter.com/r3kueZsTaq
— Finscentral (@finscentral) December 25, 2023
As the tweet above alludes to, Chubb leads the NFL in Forced Fumbles, with 6.
With 2 games left in the regular season, here’s where Chubb’s single season Sack numbers rank in Dolphins history.
Chubb is one sack away from tying his career high he set as a rookie in 2018. His 68 tackles and 6 forced fumbles are already career highs.
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