New England Patriots: Kyle Van Noy eviscerates Max Kellerman

New England Patriots Kyle Van Noy (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)
New England Patriots Kyle Van Noy (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images) /

Max Kellerman loves to hate on the New England Patriots, but Kyle Van Noy gave him a piece of his mind when he appeared on ESPN’s First Take.

Oh man, this has been a rough week for Max Kellerman. First, he gets trashed at the New England Patriots parade and now on his own show.

Patriots fans should be well aware of who Kellerman is. He loves talking about the demise of the Patriots and spewing hot takes left and right.

Kyle Van Noy has seemed to have enough of it. He isn’t afraid to let people know how he feels about them.

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Earlier on in the season Van Noy told Kellerman to stick to Boxing. This is probably a good idea since Kellerman’s takes get more egregious by the day.

I would maybe even recommend Kellerman sticks to rapping. Oh, you didn’t know he was a rapper? Feel free to check out his work here.

Well now Van Noy gets to take a victory lap since the New England Patriots dominated the playoffs and secured their 6th Super Bowl victory.

Van Noy appeared on ESPN’s first take and made sure to let Kellerman know how he felt about him and his views on Tom Brady.

"“You can sit here and argue with me all you want. At the end of the day, he’s the GOAT, we won another Super Bowl, and just the look (on your face) and your smile says it all.”"

Van Noy also had some parting shots for Kellerman before the interview ended.

"“Enjoy another year of talking about Tom again. … You don’t even deserve that hater award.”"

I love Kyle Van Noy. You got to appreciate someone who keeps it 100 at all times.

This was a great season for Van Noy. The linebacker racked up 92 tackles and had 3.5 sacks.

In the playoffs, Van Noy may have been even better. His performance in the AFC Championship was amazing. He dominated with 10 tackles and 2 sacks. Van Noy was one of the major reasons the Patriots were able to stop Patrick Mahomes and the high powered Kansas City Chiefs offense.

Next. Tom Brady is ‘still here’ six rings and all. dark

Kyle Van Noy has been nothing short of impressive since joining the New England Patriots and is a major reason the Pats came home with the Lombardi Trophy.