Lawrence Taylor Agrees With Bill Belichick, Khalil Mack Ain't On My Level!

Lawrence Taylor

Lawrence Taylor

Thirty years ago, Bill Belichick coached perhaps the greatest player to ever play Mack's position in Lawrence Taylor.

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

"When that tackle was looking at him like, 'If I'm one split-second late out of my stance, if I am a few inches off on my angle or step, this guy's going to be behind me.' They'd have that scared to death look".

That was the initial question posed to Belichick and there were a slew of follow ups, mostly standard stuff about how Mack and Eddie Goldman fit into the Bears defense, playing the run versus playing the pass, coverage disguises, etc., yada yada yada.

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"Now, wait a minute. 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. And while Mack has a similar impact on a smaller scale, as Belichick alludes, there is no one in Taylor's class.

"You can put everybody down below that", Belichick continued. Belichick coached Taylor from 1981 to 1990 when he was an assistant with the New York Giants. In 2016, he was the NFL Defensive Player of the Year.

Lawrence Taylor says Bill Belichick is absolutely correct. "And Taylor could just tell by looking at the guy whether the guy was blocking him or not". In that period, Taylor racked up 114.5 sacks. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1999.

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