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Cowboys LB Micah Parsons Lands at No. 16 in NFL Top 100
Micah Parsons rookie season success landed himself on the NFL's Top 100 Players of 2021.Pedro Mexicano/Unsplash. The NFL players have finally revealed their Top 100 players for 2022. Dallas Cowboys star Micah Parsons makes his rookie debut on the list as the N0.16 player. The NFL defensive rookie of the year winner took the NFL by storm and helped turn Dallas into one of the top defenses by the end of the season. This year he is set on doing that again.
Cowboys Star Micah Parsons Wants To Set This NFL Record In 2022
Micah Parsons has set a high goal for the 2022 season: he wants to become the NFL’s new sack king. Parsons had this to say when asked about his sack goals for 2022: “Yeah, 15's like the minimum. 15's what I wanna hit. But definitely 23 is that goal, to break the record.” The NFL single-season sack record is currently 22.5; held by both TJ Watt and Michael Strahan. Can Parsons break that record this year? Cowboys Report host Tom Downey takes a look on today’s video! #NFL
Micah Parsons Highlights REVIEW/REACTION | NFL 2021
Micah Parsons hosted a historic rookie season for Dallas. His numbers may not be eye popping but his impact on the field as a mere rookie was nearly matched with prime veterans. He exceeded all expectations set for him as he was drafted as a inside but seemed to be an All-Pro as a pass rusher. Parsons seems to have a future Hall Of Fame career ahead of him as long as he can stay healthy.
Cowboys Micah Parsons What Happened In The Playoffs | Coach Dan Quinn & Mindset | Review
Dallas Cowboys All-Pro LB Micah Parsons tells Rich Eisen what it was like experiencing the highest of highs during his stellar rookie season and the lowest of lows in losing to the 49ers in the playoffs, how he mentally trains to become the best defensive player in the NFL, says why he’s hyped Defensive Coordinator Dan Quinn is returning but reveals that he rarely speaks with Head Coach Mike McCarthy, and more! Source The Rich Eisen Show
Micah Parsons Placed On COVID-19 List, Likely Out vs. Eagles | Dallas Cowboys News Today
Breaking Dallas Cowboys News as the team has announced that Micah Parsons has been placed on the COVID-19 list. With the Cowboys playing the Philadelphia Eagles on Saturday, that likely means Parsons will be out in NFL Week 18. It’s a big loss for the Cowboys, as Parsons has emerged as one of the very best defenders in the NFL in his first season with the team. On the bright side, he should be good to go in time for the NFL playoffs. The Cowboys are thin at linebacker now, with Keanu Neal and Francis Bernard (for now) also on the COVID-19 list. #NFL
Cowboys LB Micah Parsons Two TFL & Creating Pressure vs. Cardinals
Cowboys LB Micah Parsons had no sacks Sunday vs. Cardinals. Just your standard game with a touchdown-saving tackle, two TFLs combining for minus-10 yards, and a bevy of play-wrecking QB pressures, including one foiling a two-point conversion and another nearly resulting in an INT.
Cowboys' Micah Parsons is a Lock for DPOY + Tyron Smith Return vs Cards?
"No one has had a bigger impact on the turnaround of a team, than Micah Parson this season." Cowboys LB Micah Parsons has been named NFL Defensive Rookie of the Month for a second straight month. Statistics don’t tell the full story, but he totaled 12 tackles, four sacks, three tackles for loss, one forced fumble and a pass defense in four December wins. LT Tyron Smith (ankle) is expected to see a “full dose” of reps in today’s practice, coach Mike McCarthy said. Smith is on track to return this Sunday vs. Cardinals.
Cowboys Micah Parsons On Why The Lions Stay Hungry!
Dallas Cowboys rookie linebacker Micah Parsons has a thing for animal analogies. It’s a recurring theme on his social media accounts. One of his regular messages on Twitter is “the lion is always hungry.” It goes well with the former Penn State Nittany Lion’s Humble Beast brand of merchandise, which became available last month. After Sunday’s 56-14 thrashing of the Washington Football Team — a game that included Parsons upping his NFL-leading rookie sack total to 13 — he added yet another animal metaphor to the mix. “We’re just showing that we’re staying hungry and that we’re not alligators who get paralyzed after we eat,” Parsons said when asked if the blowout win was a response to show that the team was not just satisfied with a division title. (The Cowboys clinched the NFC East title earlier in the day when a strength-of-victory tiebreaker gave them the division crown.) -Star-Telegram