Found January 20, 2012 on
This past NFL season was certainly memorable for Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Jason Babin, who finished third in the NFL in sacks and enjoyed a monstrous eighth season in the league. Building on the 12.5 quarterback takesowns he registered with the Tennessee Titans in 2010, his game improved for a career high 18 sacks this past season. Babin got a grasp on five questions from Shutdown Corner.
Shutdown Corner: Talk about a successful season with the Eagles, including those 18 sacks. It certainly was a career year and a memorable ride.
Jason Babin: My success is the team's success. It's one of those things to a certain degree that it's effort and ability but also how I benefit from what my teammates do and then it is up to me to perform.
I know how I prepare, how I eat, how I live my life. I know we're going to have more than 46 sacks as a defense next year. We will all build on this year, collectively and individually and improve. It is really tough for me to ha...
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