Sacks can be a touchy subject. Many times the player who appears to get beat for a sack was not at fault in the context of the scheme. For example, the TV angle might show Robbie Tobeck whiffing on the linebacker, but only because he was doubling back to cover for a teammate who missed the assignment. This season, QB Matt Hasselbeck has acknowledged that he was responsible for a couple of the 17 sacks allowed by the Seahawks. Sometimes running backs are to blame. Sometimes coaches are to blame. Sometimes the other team just makes a great play. Sometimes coaches can't even agree who was responsible for allowing a sack on a given play. I took those things into account when putting together this highly unofficial list of sacks allowed. I asked around on some of them. On others, I used my own judgment. And I'll let you know if I make any changes based on new information, or based on a specific threat from someone on this list (kidding).