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By the numbers: Warren Sapp's sacks, touchdown, career stats

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Warren Sapp's 96½ regular-season sacks are 34th overall in NFL history and first among defensive tackles. (His 77 for the Bucs, 1995-2003, trail only Lee Roy Selmon's 78½.) In addition, Sapp had 5½ sacks in the playoffs. Here are all 102, including the opponent, quarterback and how many yards were lost (each green square = 1 yard):

* Recorded as a half-sack

# Division playoff ## Super Bowl

 

Date Opp. Quarterback Yds.

Sept. 3, 1995 Eagles Randall Cunningham 5

Sept. 24, 1995 Redskins Gus Frerotte 2

Oct. 22, 1995 Falcons Jeff George 5

Sept. 1, 1996 Packers Brett Favre 4

Sept. 15, 1996 Seahawks Rick Mirer 1

Sept. 15, 1996 Seahawks Rick Mirer 9

Sept. 29, 1996 Lions Scott Mitchell 6

Oct. 13, 1996 Vikings Warren Moon 5 *

Oct. 13, 1996 Vikings Warren Moon 6

Nov. 24, 1996 Saints Jim Everett 0 *

Dec. 15, 1996 Vikings Brad Johnson 9

Dec. 15, 1996 Vikings Brad Johnson 8

Dec. 22, 1996 Bears Shane Matthews 3

Aug. 31, 1997 49ers Steve Young 11

Aug. 31, 1997 49ers Jeff Brohm 10 *

Aug. 31, 1997 49ers Steve Young 5

Sept. 7, 1997 Lions Scott Mitchell 4

Sept. 28, 1997 Cardinals Kent Graham 5

Oct. 12, 1997 Lions Scott Mitchell 13

Oct. 26, 1997 Vikings Brad Johnson 10

Nov. 2, 1997 Colts Kelly Holcomb 7

Nov. 16, 1997 Patriots Drew Bledsoe 11

Dec. 21, 1997 Bears Erik Kramer 6

Dec. 21, 1997 Bears Rick Mirer 9

Jan. 4, 1998 Packers Brett Favre 4 #

Jan. 4, 1998 Packers Brett Favre 8 #

Jan. 4, 1998 Packers Brett Favre 7 #

Sept. 13, 1998 Packers Brett Favre 5

Sept. 13, 1998 Packers Brett Favre 2

Oct. 18, 1998 Panthers Steve Beuerlein 6

Nov. 8, 1998 Oilers Steve McNair 6

Nov. 22, 1998 Lions Charlie Batch 7

Nov. 29, 1998 Bears Moses Moreno 9

Dec. 7, 1998 Packers Brett Favre 7

Sept. 12, 1999 Giants Kent Graham 9

Sept. 19, 1999 Eagles Doug Pederson 9

Sept. 19, 1999 Eagles Donovan McNabb 11

Sept. 19, 1999 Eagles Donovan McNabb 8

Oct. 10, 1999 Packers Brett Favre 4

Oct. 10, 1999 Packers Brett Favre 12

 

Oct. 24, 1999 Bears Cade McNown 6

Nov. 14, 1999 Chiefs Elvis Grbac 9

Nov. 21, 1999 Falcons Chris Chandler 9

Nov. 28, 1999 Seahawks Jon Kitna 6

Dec. 12, 1999 Lions Gus Frerotte 9

Dec. 12, 1999 Lions Gus Frerotte 11 *

Dec. 19, 1999 Raiders Rich Gannon 3

Jan. 15, 2000 Redskins Brad Johnson 8 #

 

Sept 3, 2000 Patriots Drew Bledsoe 6

Sept 3, 2000 Patriots Drew Bledsoe 2 *

Sept. 10, 2000 Bears Cade McNown 10

Sept. 17, 2000 Lions Charlie Batch 8

Sept. 17, 2000 Lions Charlie Batch 2

Sept. 17, 2000 Lions Charlie Batch 6

Oct. 1, 2000 Redskins Brad Johnson 7

Oct. 9, 2000 Vikings Daunte Culpepper 12

Oct. 19, 2000 Lions Charlie Batch 6

Oct. 19, 2000 Lions Charlie Batch 7

Oct. 29, 2000 Vikings Daunte Culpepper 9

Nov. 12, 2000 Packers Brett Favre 5

Nov. 26, 2000 Bills Rob Johnson 9

Nov. 26, 2000 Bills Rob Johnson 13

Dec. 18, 2000 Rams Kurt Warner 5

Dec. 18, 2000 Rams Kurt Warner 13

Dec. 24, 2000 Packers Brett Favre 12

Oct. 14, 2001 Titans Steve McNair 7

Nov. 11, 2001 Lions Charlie Batch 7

Nov. 11, 2001 Lions Charlie Batch 0

Nov. 26, 2001 Rams Kurt Warner 9

Nov. 26, 2001 Rams Kurt Warner 8

Dec. 23, 2001 Saints Aaron Brooks 11 *

Dec. 29, 2001 Ravens Elvis Grbac 7 *

Sept. 8, 2002 Saints Aaron Brooks 6

Sept. 23, 2002 Rams Kurt Warner 11

Sept. 29, 2002 Bengals Akili Smith 6

Sept. 29, 2002 Bengals Akili Smith 9

Oct. 13, 2002 Browns Tim Couch 7

Oct. 13, 2002 Browns Tim Couch 10

Oct. 20, 2002 Eagles Donovan McNabb 9 *

Oct. 27, 2002 Panthers Randy Fasani 11

Jan. 12, 2003 49ers Jeff Garcia 5 * #

Jan. 26, 2003 Raiders Rich Gannon 9 ##

Oct. 12, 2003 Redskins Patrick Ramsey 2

Oct. 12, 2003 Redskins Rob Johnson 3

Oct. 26, 2003 Cowboys Quincy Carter 10

Nov. 24, 2003 Giants Kerry Collins 6

Nov. 24, 2003 Giants Kerry Collins 9

Sept. 19, 2004 Bills Drew Bledsoe 1 *

Dec. 19, 2004 Titans Billy Volek 11

Dec. 25, 2004 Chiefs Trent Green 6

Oct. 2, 2005 Cowboys Drew Bledsoe 5

Oct. 23, 2005 Bills Kelly Holcomb 7

Oct. 30, 2005 Titans Steve McNair 7

Oct. 30, 2005 Titans Steve McNair 5

Oct. 30, 2005 Titans Steve McNair 10

Sept. 17, 2006 Ravens Steve McNair 10

Sept. 17, 2006 Ravens Steve McNair 7

Oct. 29, 2006 Steelers Ben Roethlisberger 9

Nov. 6, 2006 Seahawks Seneca Wallace 5

Nov. 12, 2006 Broncos Jake Plummer 4

Nov. 12, 2006 Broncos Jake Plummer 5

Dec. 3, 2006 Texans David Carr 7

Dec. 17, 2006 Rams Marc Bulger 9

Dec. 23, 2006 Chiefs Trent Green 2

Dec. 31, 2006 Jets Chad Pennington 8

Oct. 21, 2007 Chiefs Damon Huard 9

Oct. 28, 2007 Titans Vince Young 7

* Recorded as a half-sack # Division playoff ## Super Bowl

By the numbers: Sack edition

96½ Regular-season sacks, 34th overall in NFL history and most among defensive tackles.

77 Regular-season sacks for the Bucs, fewer than only Lee Roy Selmon's 78½.

48 Different quarterbacks sacked.

3 Teams, among 32, against which Sapp didn't have a sack: Bucs (faced them in one game), Chargers (eight) and Dolphins (two).

3 Teams Drew Bledsoe played for while being sacked: Patriots, Bills and Cowboys.

11 Sacks of Brett Favre, most of any quarterback; second is Charlie Batch at eight.

5 No. 1 overall draft picks sacked: Steve Young (1984 supplemental), Jeff George (1990), Drew Bledsoe (1993), Tim Couch (1999) and David Carr (2002).

Into the end zone

Warren Sapp scored three touchdowns — two on offense:

Date Opponent Play

Oct. 22, 1995 Falcons 5-yard interception return

Sept. 21, 2003 Falcons 6-yard catch from Brad Johnson

Dec. 7, 2003 Saints 1-yard catch from Brad Johnson

Career stats

Season Team GP GS Tackles Sacks FF FR Int.

1995 Bucs 16 8 27 3 1 0 1

1996 Bucs 15 14 51 9 1 1 0

1997 Bucs 15 15 58 101/2 3 1 0

Playoffs 2 2 11 3 2 1 0

1998 Bucs 16 16 45 7 2 1 0

1999 * # Bucs 15 15 41 121/2 4 2 0

Playoffs 2 2 7 1 0 1 0

2000 # Bucs 16 15 52 161/2 1 1 0

Playoffs 1 1 3 0 0 0 0

2001 # Bucs 16 16 37 6 1 2 0

Playoffs 1 1 5 0 0 0 0

2002 # Bucs 16 16 47 71/2 0 1 2

Playoffs 3 3 5 11/2 1 0 0

2003 Bucs 15 15 44 5 2 0 0

2004 Raiders 16 16 42 21/2 0 2 0

2005 Raiders 10 10 32 5 1 0 1

2006 Raiders 16 16 47 10 1 0 0

2007 Raiders 16 16 50 2 2 1 0

Regular season 198 188 573 961/2 19 12 4

Playoffs 9 9 31 51/2 3 2 0

* NFL Defensive Player of the Year # First-team All-Pro

 

By the numbers: Warren Sapp's sacks, touchdown, career stats 02/02/13 [Last modified: Wednesday, July 10, 2013 10:53am]
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