After losing in the divisional round of the 2022 NFL playoffs, the Dallas Cowboys quickly became the talk of the offseason.
Many believe there are significant changes that need to happen in this organization.
Dak Prescott’s quarterback play has been called into question along with Mike McCarthy’s leadership as head coach.
In a segment of ‘Speak’ on FS1, Joy Taylor questioned a star player’s abilities.
“Micah [Parsons] is an outlier type of player, but in today’s era, I don’t know if he could lead the Cowboys to a Super Bowl,” Taylor said.
— Speak (@SpeakOnFS1) August 10, 2023
Parsons has continued to establish himself as a top defensive player in the league.
He won the Defensive Rookie of the Year award in 2021 and is a two-time member of the All-Pro’s First Team.
Despite his on-field greatness, however, Taylor isn’t so sure of his ability to lead them to the Super Bowl.
This is mainly due to quarterback play, as Taylor indicates.
No matter how well Parsons plays his position, the Cowboys still need to score, especially in crunch time.
The Cowboys have played well in the regular season as of late, but haven’t been able to find sustained playoff success.
This is a major concern for “America’s Team,” who haven’t appeared in the Super Bowl since 1995.
For them to get back to the title game, some changes need to occur.
The good news for the Cowboys is that some of their offensive woes might be solved this season.
Brian Schottenheimer has taken over as the offensive coordinator.
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