Belichick believes Aaron Donald is 'unblockable'
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New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick is well aware of the challenges Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald will present during the Super Bowl.

When Belichick was asked during his media availability Tuesday what stands out about Donald - who's widely expected to win his second consecutive Defensive Player of the Year award - the Patriots coach left nothing open to interpretation.

"Everything. He's pretty much unblockable," Belichick said.

The 66-year-old also gave credit to the rest of the Rams' defensive line, which includes stalwarts like Ndamukong Suh and Michael Brockers.

"Yeah, they're really good. They've got great inside power and quickness and they've got a great edge rush. They've got a lot of good players, a lot of guys that are hard to block. Yeah, they're good. They do a really good job. Wade (Phillips) always does (a really good job). He's an excellent coach and he does such a great job with all of those guys there. They have a variety of players and they're all a problem."

The Patriots' offensive line is arguably the best unit in the league, while Donald - who recorded a league-best 20.5 sacks during the regular season - and Suh have proven to be the best interior pairing in football this year. Whoever wins this matchup is likely to lift the Lombardi Trophy on Feb. 3.

Belichick believes Aaron Donald is 'unblockable'
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