|Chance of Injury in 2020:||63%|
|Chance of Injury per Game:||6%|
|Projected Games missed for 2020:||1.4|
Since he entered the league in 2016, Bosa ranks 4th in sacks per game and 4th among all D-linemen in tackles per game. Each of his 3 seasons that have included 10+ games ended with an elite-level overall grade from Pro Football Focus. Bosa racked up 31 QB hits last season, 10 more than his previous high and 5th most in the league.
The Chargers' pass rush lagged overall in 2019. But the team added DT Linval Joseph in free agency and should get some development from 1st-round DT Jerry Tillery in his 2nd season. The defense also added CB Chris Harris Jr. in free agency and gets S Derwin James back at full health after a foot fracture cost him most of 2019.
A better group overall can only help Bosa's QB pursuits.
|Sep 6, 2018||NFL||Pedal Foot Bruise||Bosa re-injured his left foot prior to Week 1 and didn't make his season debut until Week 11. Surgery was discussed but ultimately avoided.|
|Aug 7, 2018||NFL||Pedal Foot Bruise||Bose suffered a left foot injury in training camp.|
|Dec 11, 2016||NFL||Cervical Neck Strain||Bosa suffered a neck strain in the 2nd quarter of Week 14. He was also tested for a concussion but passed his baseline tests.|
|Oct 13, 2016||NFL||Hand Finger Dislocation||Bosa played through the injury in 2016 and 2017 before undergoing surgery after the 2017 campaign.|
|Sep 4, 2016||NFL||Thigh Hamstring Strain Grade 2||Bosa reported late to training camp after a holdout and missed the first 4 games of the season with a Grade 1 strain of his left hamstring.|