"I don't know, (expletive) I got to see first," he told Calvin Watkins of The Athletic. "They ain't faced us. We don't know yet, we can talk about it afterwards. I'll be honest with you too."
Dallas' defensive line, meanwhile, has been stout against the run, giving up the fourth-fewest yards per game on the ground, and Lawrence leads the Cowboys with 8.5 sacks.
The fifth-year pro knows that to slow down Brees, et al., the Cowboys defensive front will need to be a difference-maker Thursday.
"We've been talked up as being the difference," he said. "They're going to have to match our intensity, (expletive), for 60 minutes straight. If you hit (expletive) in the mouth they ain't doing what they regularly doing, and putting up 50 points, and they start to get a little distressed. So now you got them where you want them at and then (expletive) choke they (expletive) out."