You bumped into a very small sedan. The sedan has minor damage and no injuries. The JL rolled over and is totalled. You and your wife had injuries (minor luckily). If anything this proves the opposite - that the JL is less safe than other vehicles.
The fact that the JL (a rollover prone vehicle) does not have curtain airbags in this day and age is asinine!!! Notice how the new Bronco, which also has removable roof, has standard curtain airbags in every single version.
The forum trying to spin this accident as a positive is beyond comprehension!!! Do JL owners have such low standards?
Glad to hear everyone is OK. Jeep is totaled so start shopping for a new one. Don't worry about the air bags. The activation of an air bag in a crash is dependent on several important factors including: the characteristics of the crash (e.g., speed, other vehicles involved, impact direction); the individual vehicle air bag system's design strategy; and the crash sensor locations. Air bags are not intended to deploy in all crashes. There may be circumstances when an air bag does not deploy. If you look at your photos there doesn't appear to be significant damage to the front passenger side or the passenger side. Most damage is in the rear and minimal front driver side damage. Air bags are designed to deploy with impact from their primary direction, so a frontal air bag would deploy in a front end collision, a side air bag with a side impact. There are no rear air bags and that was the initial point of impact. I suspect yours deployed secondarily on the rollover when there was impact on the driver's front (likely with the ground) as seen by the damage.