Parsons Regrets Spilling HC Big Mike's Secret Amid Cowboys' 2-0 Start


Parsons Regrets Spilling HC Big Mike's Secret Amid Cowboys' 2-0 Start
Parsons Regrets Spilling HC Big Mike's Secret Amid Cowboys' 2-0 Start © Richard Rodriguez/Getty Images

The Dallas Cowboys' linebacker, Micah Parsons, continues to impress and make headlines, especially after their recent win against the New York Jets with a commanding score of 30-10. Since his draft in 2021, the 24-year-old has been an invaluable asset to the team, consistently showcasing his talents on the field.

Having been a runner-up for the NFL Defensive Player of the Year for two consecutive years, Parsons' remarkable performance against the Jets was particularly noteworthy. He played a crucial role in the game's final 10 minutes, swinging the momentum in favor of the Cowboys.

Such game-changing plays have led CBS analyst Tony Romo to label him a "game-wrecker" and even suggest that he could walk in the footsteps of the legendary Lawrence Taylor.

Parsons' Offensive Role Hinted

In a recent appearance on the ‘Pat McAfee Show’, Parsons shed light on some lesser-known aspects of his journey.

Responding to a query about whether he'd ever consider switching to offensive roles, and drawing comparisons to Travis Hunter of the Colorado Buffaloes (who plays both as a cornerback and wide receiver), Parsons revealed, “Big Mike [McCarthy, Cowboys' head coach] actually let me get a couple [of] scout team reps at Tight End”.

This revelation hints at the possibility of seeing Parsons in an offensive role in future games, further showcasing his versatility. Hunter, who recently led the Buffaloes to a triumphant win against the CSU Rams, has proven the advantages of dual-position prowess.

Should the Cowboys tap into Parsons' potential in this direction, they could further amplify their offensive strength. Looking at Parsons' record, it's clear that Dallas struck gold. With 156 tackles and counting, he sits proudly at 6th place in ESPN’s top 100 NFL players list for 2023.

This young athlete's accolades, which include Pro Bowler, first-team All-Pro, and Defensive Rookie of the Year, speak volumes about his potential. Currently, Parsons is on a mission: to break the NFL sack record this season.

Given his trajectory, it might not be a tall order for this Cowboy. With such talent and ambition, Micah Parsons is undeniably a player to watch. The NFL and its fans await his next move with bated breath.