Dallas Cowboys star LB Micah Parsons had some interesting comments on his podcast.
The Penn State product wants the critics to “keep the same energy” when the Philadelphia Eagles or San Francisco 49ers lose as to when they lose.
Parsons stated that he’s heard a lot of criticism of Dak Prescott, so he would love to see the same happen with those other two teams.
That’s why former NFL star Richard Sherman went full steam at him on “Undisputed.”
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Sherman stated that if Parsons doesn’t want to be criticized that harshly, then maybe he shouldn’t lose by 32 on primetime television.
He claimed that if the Cowboys had lost by seven, no one would criticize him.
Or maybe if Parsons had a sack, no one would’ve pointed the finger at him, and so on with Prescott and his subpar performance.
Sherman stated that the Cowboys’ other loss was also by double digits and came against a team with just one win, so what did he expect?
He also went as far as to say that one of the reasons why he’s a perennial Defensive Player of the Year candidate is that he plays for the Cowboys, as America always wants to watch or talk about them, which is not what happens with, say, Myles Garrett and the Cleveland Browns.
Sherman was blunt but also right on point.
People don’t criticize the Cowboys just for the sake of it
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