When the Tampa Bay Buccaneers acquired defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul this past off-season, the plan was for the former All-Pro to help a defense that recorded a league-low 22 sacks last year. And with his 10.5 sacks this year, he's done that, becoming the first Buccaneers player to record double digits in sacks since former defensive end Simeon Rice in 2005. But there have been other contributors to the team's improved pass rush including defensive lineman Carl Nassib, who has registered 3.5 sacks in the last four games.
When speaking to the media today, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Head Coach Dirk Koetter spoke about how the increased pass rush has affected the defense as a whole.
Click below to hear the full Koetter interview