Strahan ties L. Taylor for franchise sack record
Giants | Strahan ties L. Taylor for franchise sack record
Mon, 23 Oct 2006 21:54:17 -0700
The Associated Press reports New York Giants DL Michael Strahan tied former LB Lawrence Taylor for the team's career sack lead during the Week 7 game. Strahan sacked Dallas Cowboys QB Drew Bledsoe twice early in the game to give him 132.5 career sacks, matching Taylor's total from 182-93.
Strahan ties Giants sack record
24 Oct. 2006
IRVING, Texas (AP) - Michael Strahan tied Lawrence Taylor for the New York Giants' career sack lead with his second of the game Monday night against the Dallas Cowboys.
Strahan had only one sack the first five games this season, but got to quarterback Drew Bledsoe for the second time early in the second quarter. That gave him 132 1/2 for his career, matching Taylor's total from 1982-93, which is also tied for seventh on the NFL list.
Taylor's total doesn't include the 9 1/2 sacks he had as a rookie in 1981, before that was an official statistic.
Leslie O'Neal also had 132 1/2 career sacks, in 13 NFL seasons with the San Diego Chargers (1986, 1988-95), St. Louis Rams (1996-97) and Kansas City Chiefs (1998-99).
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