Watch all of Robert Quinn’s single-season record 18 sacks with Bears

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Bears outside linebacker Robert Quinn recorded his 18th sack this season in Sunday’s blowout win over the Giants. Quinn’s sack broke the Bears’ single-season sack record previously held by Hall of Famer Richard Dent in 1984.

“It’s an honor,” Quinn said after the game. “At the end of the day, I’m just doing my job.”

Quinn set the Bears’ single-season sack record with a sack of Giants quarterback Mike Glennon in the fourth quarter. Although, he came close to breaking it on several occasions earlier in the game.

“People [my teammates] didn’t let me forget about it all day,” Quinn said. “I just tried to brush it off and play football.”

After Quinn broke the record, head coach Matt Nagy called a timeout to allow the home crowd to honor Quinn’s achievement and for him to soak it in.

Quinn also now leads the NFL in sacks with 18, surpassing Pittsburgh’s T.J. Watt (17.5). There’s still one game left for Quinn to add to his sack total.

But for now, here’s a look at all 18 of Quinn’s sacks this season:

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