Belichick: Dont compare Khalil Mack to Lawrence Taylor

Belichick: Dont compare Khalil Mack to Lawrence Taylor

"Now wait a minute, we're talking about Lawrence Taylor now", Belichick said Wednesday with a smile. "We're talking about Lawrence Taylor now", Belichick said, at which point everyone started to chuckle at his response before realizing he was not being amusing.

"I'm not putting anybody in Lawrence Taylor's class".

After being traded to Chicago this offseason, Mack is having a monster season with the five games, he has five sacks, four forced fumbles, two pass deflections, one interception and one touchdown.

"He's big, strong and fast", Belichick said in praise of Khalil Mack.

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Of course, the reason we're even talking about this is 'cause a reporter had the onions to ask The Hoody - who coached NY - if Mack was on the same level as the Giants legend.

The New England Patriots will have their hands full Sunday with Bears outside linebacker Khalil Mack, one of the premier pass rushers in today's NFL. The Patriots coach who first gained the trust of the National Football League brass while Lawrence Taylor was toying with opposing offensive lineman and quarterbacks in the 80s, seemed offended by the mere suggestion. Taylor would come off the field and to the sidelines and draw up the opponent's blocking assignments for Belichick so they could devise the best possible adjustments for attacking the offense on the other side. In 2016, he was the NFL Defensive Player of the Year. He's a three-time Pro Bowler and two-time All-Pro.

Taylor finished his 13-year career with 132.5 sacks and 10 Pro Bowl honors.

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