The other team would only get the ball under certain conditions. If the quarterback was sacked on the 4th down, then the opposing team would get the ball. That is not due to the sacking, however, it is due to the fact that you only get 4 downs to gain 10 yards before a turnover. If a quarterback is tackled and fumbles the ball, the other team can get the ball, but the quarterback will not be considered sacked.
The defense gets the safety and they will get the ball after the kickoff.
yes, the other team does get two points and the team that got sacked has to kick the ball -----A safety is awarded to the defense and the offense puts the ball in play with a free kick at their own 20 yard line.
You sack the quarterback or you are sacking the quarterback.
That would be John Elway, sacked 516 times in his career.
Matt Cassel, sacked 47 times in 2008.
Ben Roethlisberger was sacked around 50 times I believe...
A whole team cannot get sacked, but a quarterback behind the line of scrimmage can. The Colts quarterback, Peyton Manning, was sacked a total of zero times in the 2010 super Bowl.
Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill lead the league in getting laid out, he was sacked 58 times in the 2013 NFL regular season.