Jets DE Leonard Williams is aiming to record a sack per game this season, per NY Daily News' Manish Mehta.
Since being drafted by the Jets in 2015, Williams has been a nuisance to quarterbacks around the league. This year, he looks to be even more of a pest as his goal is to get the quarterback on the ground in all 16 games.
"My goal this year is a sack in every game," Williams said. "That's my goal. It seems like something's that pretty tangible. If you're looking at it game-by-game, a sack a game doesn't seem too far away (or) too far of a stretch."
It is a goal the 23-year-old has not told his coaches, but he says, "It's just something that I think about personally."
Williams has recorded 10 sacks in 32 career games -- seven of them coming last season. However, he tallied 55 quarterback pressures as he consistenly found his way into the pocket each week.
However, pressure isn't enough for Williams. He thinks that to be a great pass rusher, you have to finish the play. Not just get close.
"You're going to be close sometimes," he said. "You're going to miss. That's where good players become great. Changing that. From close to making it. It can turn from no sacks a game to two or three a game."
Williams earned his first Pro Bowl nod after record 68 tackles and two forced fumbles to go along with his seven sacks last season.