This year’s training camp is quite different for Robert Mathis than last year’s. A year ago, Mathis was recovering from a torn Achilles that caused him to miss camp and preseason. This year, he’s a full go and he’s healthy as he prepares for the 2016 season.

“[I feel] a whole lot better. A whole lot better,” Mathis said today. “2013 this year, if you know what I’m saying.”

We know what Mathis is saying. In 2013, Mathis had the best year of his career as led the NFL with 19.5 sacks, setting a new Colts single-season record while doing so. In addition, he added eight forced fumbles as he was an incredibly dominant force in the area of pass rush.

That’s what Mathis was meaning, but there’s also another point to make in comparison with 2013. That year, Mathis accounted for an insanely high percentage of his team’s sacks, providing nearly half of the sack production by himself.