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T.J. Watt ‘definitely not satisfied’ after historic season

5/26/2022 5:38:33 PM
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Steelers pass rusher T.J. Watt ended his impressive 2021 season with 22.5 sacks, tying New York Giants' Michael Strahan for the single-season sack record.

After a season like that — in which he was the team MVP, first-team All-Pro and named to the Pro Bowl before winning the Defensive Player of the Year Award that his brother J.J. Watt won three times before him — one would think breaking Strahan’s record would be Watt’s top goal but it isn't Mark Kaboly of The Athletic reports.

“The No. 1 thing I told myself since probably my second or third year is that it is great to have a great play, a great game, but it is different stringing them together over days, weeks, months, seasons, years,” Watt said. “It’s all about being consistent and how long you can be consistent. It is all about me having the biggest impact on every single game, and whatever the results are is what they are.”

"There isn't that specific goal of X, Y and Z that I want to accomplish this year," he said. "The Super Bowl is the only one. It is that consistency. How can you do it game in and game out no matter what is going on? It is the goal.

"Being consistent in the NFL is one of the hardest things to do, and to be able to do that when I was out there, I am proud of."

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