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Sack Percentage: 2013 NFL Season

Sack Percentage measures the rate at which a team sacks the opposing teams quarterback for every passing play the opponent attempts. This can give some indication into how well at team is at the pass rush.  In general, the higher this percentage the better a team is at rushing the quarterback.  It's important to remember this is the percentage of pass plays against that result in a sack (not total pass and rushing plays)

Sack percentage is calculated as: QB Sacks/(QB Sacks + Passing Attempts Against)

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