Cowboys star defender Micah Parsons has channeled his inner NBA star when thinking about this weekend’s game, and the playoffs in general.
Micah Parsons recently watched a Shaq documentary. Mentioned how Dwyane Wade stepped up on the 2006 title team. “There are guys on this team that aren’t the same as they were 3-4 years ago. Young guys like me gotta step up. This is our moment.”
“This is where legends are made.”
— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) January 12, 2023
Parsons, in a recent conversation with the media, recanted his sentiments regarding an NBA documentary about Shaq and Dwyane Wade.
The Cowboys have undergone lots of turnover in the last few years, and some of their stars of the past few seasons are showing their age, either by being weaker than they were in the past or having lost a step.
Parsons is putting it upon himself to succeed this weekend and has declared a call to action for the other young players for the Cowboys.
Although Brady and the Buccaneers look quite a bit different than they did in their 2020 Super Bowl run, Parsons will not be taking this game lightly.
As fans of the NFL can attest, Brady frequently pulls off miraculous games in the postseason, despite looking vastly different in the regular season.
Brady has shown his age at times this season but has turned on his competitive mode when he needs to at times this season.
Two weeks ago, against the Carolina Panthers, Brady threw for 432 yards and three touchdowns, finishing the game with a passer rating of 127.3.
Parsons and the Cowboys are rightfully preparing for the Buccaneers this weekend.
Can they pull off a victory, getting that much closer to an appearance in the NFC Championship Game?