Robert Quinn has been nothing short of dominant during his young career in St. Louis thus far.
But he wants more.
"I have to push myself to start faster, do whatever I can to figure it out, and, I don't know, maybe get 20 [sacks] -- or whatever the number may be," Quinn said, via Rams.com. "I just set my bar so high, that way I can constantly continue to reach. And if I reach it, I guess I have to push myself a little bit more."
In just four seasons, Quinn has recorded 45 sacks, including a career high 19 in 2013 when he was voted Defensive Player of the Year by the Pro Football Writers Association. It only helps he's playing alongside former first-round picks across the board.
Chris Long, Michael Brockers and 2014 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year winner Aaron Donald will anchor a front line that is arguably the best in the league.
Opposing offensive lines will certainly have their hands full in 2015 and - possibly - for years to come. There's no telling the ceiling Quinn can reach, but his mindset and individual goals make it even scarier to think about.