-31 sacks, 53 QB hits so far
No question the worse offensive line the NFL this year, it's actually more surprising that Cutler's only been seriously hurt once this year because of how poorly they've played. Again, while I won't delve into the other parts of the offense as a result, Cutler has a legitimate reason to be throwing to his receivers early and making quick, sometimes poor decisions when you're getting hit around two times at least per quarter.
-37 QB hits, 10 sacks, one rush TD
All the media ever talks about is how many "weapons" the Cowboys have and that it's the penelties and Tony Romo's fault for the team's failures this season. Well judging by these numbers Romo hasn't played half bad this year.
He's been close to the tops in most statistical catagories, despite having to deal with the fifth most quarterback hits in the NFL thus far. Despite the constant pressure and hits, he's only been forced to 10 sacks. Also, the fact that the offensive line can't win red-zone battles hurts a team's chances, and one touchdown this year shows that the offensive line can't finish off drives.
San Francisco 49ers
-46 QB hits, two rush TDs
The drafting of two offensive lineman in the first round this past year's draft and the talent of Joe Staley meant that Alex Smith had a great chance to succeed this year, as well as Frank Gore. However, only the Bears putrid offensive line has beaten the 49ers in quarterback hits.
The offensive weapons haven't clicked with the quarterbacks, and having both little chemistry and little time in the pocket doesn't give the 49er quarterbacks a chance to really succeed.
-2.9YPC, 17 sacks
In the past years of Mike Shanahan in Denver, the numbers for the rushing game were among the tops in the league and always a consistent 4.0 or above. Granted the Broncos have had many injuries at the running back position, but under three yards a carry is nothing short of embarrassing. Josh McDaniels is quickly running the newest version of Mike Martz's offense: Great passing numbers, lots of sacks, poor rushing units, and too many losses.
-36 QB hits, 27 negative run plays (13 from the left side)
In the preseason, one of the strengths of the Redskins was supposed to be this renewed offensive lines. Top five pick Trent Williams was set to man the left side, while traded-for Jamaal Brown from the Saints was slated to be the right tackle to give this team a great rushing attack under Mike Shanahan and time for Donovan McNabb.
McNabb and running back Ryan Torain have had solid starts for this team despite the mentioned QB hits and the league leading 27 negative runs plays, half of which were from the left side where Trent Williams has been hit hard with injuries.