He won Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2019 and has been selected to three Pro Bowls in his first four seasons.
This season, Bosa entered an elite territory in another statistical category.
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Bosa led the league in sacks this season with 18.5.
The 49ers have been one of, if not the league’s best defense this season, and Bosa has led the charge in what has been an incredible season.
Although they are on their third starting quarterback of the season, the 49ers’ defense continues to carry them and should lead to a long run in this year’s playoffs.
On Sunday, the 49ers will be playing the Seattle Seahawks, and Bosa, along with the rest of the defense, will have a great opportunity to get home to the Seahawks’ quarterback, Geno Smith.
Smith isn’t known as one of the league’s most mobile quarterbacks, as evidenced by being tied for second in the category of most-sacked quarterbacks.
The 49ers could likely have a field day against Smith and the Seahawks, given the current state of their offensive line.
So far in his young career, Bosa has played in six postseason games.
In those games, he has recorded 27 total tackles, two forced fumbles, and eight total sacks.
If you’re on an NFL team, and you see Bosa lined up against you, the odds aren’t in your favor.
Best of luck to Smith and the Seahawks on Sunday, as they will look to try and overcome the 49ers’ staunch defense.NEXT: Brock Purdy Joins Justin Herbert In Exclusive Rookie Club