San Francisco 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa had an absolute monster season. The former Ohio State Buckeye finally realized his potential and stayed healthy for a full season.
Bosa finished the season with an astounding 18.5 sacks and 19 tackles for loss for a dynamite 49ers defensive. His dominant wins on the outside of the San Francisco defense helped the 9ers become the leaders in total defense.
Here are some clips of his awesome season.
.@nbsmallerbear added another two sacks to his league-leading total 🤷@49ers | #FTTB pic.twitter.com/KKwAO74ofu
— NFL (@NFL) December 26, 2022
Come on now! DPOY!!! @nbsmallerbear pic.twitter.com/Zgrh6dQodT https://t.co/UVCXxUrqQk
— Richard Sherman (@RSherman_25) December 5, 2022
All of Nick Bosa’s 18.5 sacks👑 pic.twitter.com/kBNK9dix32
— 49erscast (@49erscast1) January 10, 2023
Just a dominant performance this season by the fourth-year player and former 2nd-overall pick.
But, it came to an end on Sunday in a 31-7 NFC Championship loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. Essentially nothing went right for Bosa and the Niners, as he was injured on a fluke play.
Footage believed to show what caused the Nick Bosa injury 😳
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) January 29, 2023
We all know that Brock Purdy and backup quarterback Josh Johnson also got hurt, eliminating all chance of a victory.
To add insult to injury, literally, for Nick Bosa was the fact that his brother made himself go viral for all the wrong reasons before the game.
Joey Bosa getting absolutely bamboozled by Philly. He wasn’t ready for the bright lights. pic.twitter.com/8eirwi0p4k
— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) January 29, 2023
And, Nick Bosa clearly has sour grapes over the loss, as he won’t be watching the Super Bowl.
Nick Bosa on Hurts v. Mahomes: “that’ll be a good battle — that I won’t be watching .”
— Matt Barrows (@mattbarrows) January 31, 2023
Thankfully, 100 million other Americans will make advertisers happy.