The elite game of defensive tackle for New York Jets Quinnen Williams continued into Week 7. While no loss sacks or tackles appeared on the stat sheet for Dominant Defensive Intervention, Williams’ Week 7 superiority was evident throughout the bar review.
Whether it’s passing the pressure of a lunge, overcoming a running defense stop, or playing with instincts, Williams’ own play was constantly featured in the film.
Nine of Williams’ top representatives from last Sunday’s game will be broken down below.
New York Jets Film Room: Quinnen Williams
Williams’ highlights started in the first defensive match of the match.
The Broncos runs an interior that splits off the jet action. Williams, in the 4i-Technique, sliced off with a double block of the ball, shows off his playing power while working sideways, and by not allowing the left tackle to position his hands correctly, Williams can disengage with relative ease, block the hole, and roll to the end.
In this second clip, all of Williams’ instincts. What enables him to turn this screen off are his eyes. After contacting the center and left guard, he gets his head in a great position and picks up the fake play with ease. Then, as he took a step down the slope, again, his eyes, noticing the running back slip.
Finally, Williams shows some of his athletic fitness by stopping quickly, changing direction and having foot speed to get into the passing lane and force a high and away throw to not complete.
In this rep, the Broncos blocks things in the box well. There is space in the second level for Latavius Murray to break this race. Williams, at 2i-Technique, where he again takes two snaps, keeps his eyes on the runner from the net point and with his lower body strength, continues to move sideways for an impressive stop.
On both runs, Williams used a lack of his ability to land properly by the Broncos’ offensive linemen as a result of his assigned binary blocks against them.
In this play, Williams, again in 2i, stops the run using the Broncos’ bi-block against them. The center is unable to land on Koenen. From there, he wins his energetic eyes and hands and plays hard.
In the fifth actor here, the first real rush chance of these plays, Williams stands at 1-Technique and works on a twist with John Franklin-Myers.
Williams then hacks Franklin Myers rings around. Twice well, which puts pressure on the right and center goalkeeper, who don’t pass their blocks well. With confusion and a late timing to respond, Williams had a fairly easy path inside the guard to the middle, causing a late pressure and a third stop down.
In this play, Williams is the key to the only change in this game. In 2i, Williams can defeat the center with relative ease thanks to placing the money hand and cushion level at the point of attack resulting in some knockout punch. With the center working laterally, he can’t hold his base or land his hands. Williams keeps his feet in motion and has the strength to disengage.
Williams rips with his left arm and displays closing speed on the middle. It causes an accelerated compression and throw, which causes LaMarcus Joyner to intercept.
With this representative, the Jets’ defense has a chance of exiting the field in third place.
Williams works from 3 techniques. He ends up moving his lunge over the center. Williams has hands that are active but taut and low at the point of contact. It makes it difficult for the center to correctly locate its hands. In turn, Williams creates opposition at the first point.
With still active hands and hand strength leading to more power, Williams can get his left hand/arm late, come home with a press, and help the unit out in third.
In the eighth play, Williams was explosive from his four-point position from 2i. It looks like Williams is trying to pass Dalton Reisner and gaining a cushion-level advantage. With hands low and narrow, he then obtained a clear lunge pass beside Risner’s outer shoulder. Williams winds up with some strength and recovers his left arm.
The last play is here, which was the last installment in the game, when impactful gameplay was sorely needed.
Williams gets out of his four-point position well and attacks straight on the field. He does a great job of getting his hands up and down with his pillows at this point. Risner loses balance thanks to Williams’ speed of exit, and from there, Williams can easily generate power and push Risner back.
Williams again gets his left arm late when he tries to bring down Brett Repian.
As shown here, Williams plays quite a dominant role whether or not he appears on the stat sheet. He influences the game as a passing defender and a fast defender. His five bags and 29 compressions (no more than 25 DT) had him sprinting for 12 bags and 70 compressions. special production. The Jets will still need consistently big plays from Williams.