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..our most improved player in 2020 ? ? ?


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With Super Bowl 55 in the books, it is now officially the offseason — a time for optimism for all 32 NFL franchises. The 2021 NFL Draft and free agency — and all the new faces that come with those processes — are the big sellers of hope, but fanbases also get a chance to wonder what their teams' returning players can accomplish with another year under their belts.Based on 2020 production compared to previous seasons, these are the players who took the biggest steps forward this past season for each of the 32 NFL teams.

~ ~  NEW YORK JETS: DI QUINNEN WILLIAMS

Considering the extent to which Williams dominated college football in his final season at Alabama, his rookie season in New York could very definitely be classified as a disappointment. Sometimes, it just takes a year or two for young players in the trenches to acclimate, though. That seems to have been the case for Williams.He improved his PFF grade from 67.4 as a rookie in 2019 to 81.4 in 2020, the biggest jump coming from his impact as a pass-rusher. Williams more than doubled his pressure count from 2019, and his 16 combined quarterback hits and sacks came in at 10 more than his mark the prior season. Expect big things from the former first-round pick moving forward.

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>  https://www.pff.com/news/nfl-every-nfl-teams-most-improved-player-in-2020#NYJ

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