Quinnen Williams was a decent starter in his rookie season and developed into a very good one in his second year. Heading into year three, the goal for 2019’s third overall pick was to establish himself as one of the game’s unquestionably elite defensive tackles.
So far, so good.
Despite the New York Jets‘ disappointing start on the defensive side of the ball – they have allowed the fourth-most points per game in the NFL through Week 7 (29.2) – Williams is making the leap that fans hoped he would.
Williams boasts elite pass-rushing production in various categories.