NY Jets: 10 quick thoughts on thrilling OT victory in Week 4

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3. Quinnen Williams is healthy and dominating again for the NY Jets

Quinnen Williams had a slow start to the 2021 season as he worked his way back from an offseason foot injury. But after an underwhelming couple of weeks, Williams is officially back.

And he's dominating again.

Williams made his presence felt last week recording his first 1.5 sacks of the season. And on Sunday, he put together perhaps the most complete game of his NFL career.

Williams finished with two sacks, six pressures, and a career-high seven tackles. He recorded a pressure on more than 20 percent of his pass-rush snaps and was a constant force in the run game.

This is the All-Pro version of Quinnen Williams that the Jets saw last season. If he keeps this up, it won't be long before he's considered among the elite players at his position — if he isn't already there.

4. Quincy Williams looks like quite the find for the NY Jets

Quinnen wasn't the only Williams brother to have a big day. His brother, Quincy Williams, showed up and played the game of his life on Sunday finishing with 12 tackles, a sack, and a number of key pass breakups.

Williams is a flawed player, sure. He's someone who oftentimes looks better on the stat sheet than on tape. But that wasn't the case this week.

Williams was flying all over the field and completely stopped Derrick Henry in his tracks on a number of occasions. At just 5-foot-11, 225 pounds, Williams plays like a man twice his size with the speed of a track star.

Yes, he's flawed. But he sure is fun to watch.

From waiver-wire pickup to every-down starter, Williams is proving to be quite the find for the Jets.