Just a game into the 2012 NFL season, it didn't take Dallas Cowboys linebacker DeMarcus Ware long to snare his 100th career sack during the Cowboys' 24-17 win over the New York Giants on Wednesday night.
On the first play of the second quarter, Ware wrangled Eli Manning to the MetLife Stadium turf for a 15-yard loss. In doing so, he became the 28th player in league history to record 100 sacks in a career.
Ware's 100 quarterback takedowns took 113 games to accomplish, the second-fastest ever behind only Hall of Famer Reggie White, who hit the century mark in a mere 96 games.
Following the game, Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr summed up his teammate's almost unparalleled talent in making quarterbacks as uncomfortable as possible (via a report by Rainer Sabin of The Dallas Morning News):
"He has an incredible ability to get after the quarterback," Carr said. "The best I've seen since I've started playing football."
For more on the Cowboys, head over to Blogging The Boys, and for all things Giants, be sure to check out Big Blue View.