Micah Parsons throws shade at Eagles; says it’s Dallas’ turn to win Super Bowl this year
Micah Parsons likes to talk, a lot. And for some odd reason, the Eagles always seem to be a point of emphasis for him. It’s almost like he secretly wants to be an Eagle. But that’s neither here nor there.
Parsons recently sat down for an interview with Fox News Media ahead of the Fanatics’ Merch Madness Fan Gear Giveaway, where he was asked to share his thoughts on Philadelphia. The future Eagle didn’t mince his words.
“The work is going to put in. You still got to show up on Sundays, man. You could have the best lineup in the world, [and] they had the same team they had last year. Their team came up short. It’s our turn this year. You gotta capitalize on your opportunities and this is our year.”
Okay, Micah Parsons. Let’s slow down a bit.
Every year in the NFL, all 32 teams have an opportunity to win the Super Bowl. It’s not like the Cowboys are the only team with a chance at Super Bowl glory this time around.
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Sure, the Eagles were three points away from winning it all a year ago, and that inherently makes us feel like we let an opportunity slip away. When in reality, every year you don’t make the postseason or lose a playoff game, a Super Bowl opportunity goes up in flames. Dallas has let their Super Bowl opportunities fall by the wayside for over two decades.
Plus, whenever you start to hear players say stuff like, “this is our year,” it typically means they’re not only trying to convince the masses, they’re trying to convince themselves. You’re not a sorority girl, Micah Parsons. You don’t have the power to manifest things into existence by just talking about it.
If you really want to know how Parsons feels about the Eagles, just re-watch this clip of him right after the Eagles selected Jalen Carter in the NFL Draft.
Micah Parsons looks genuinely flustered here
Deep down in his bones, Micah Parsons knows he’s fucked as long as he remains in Dallas. Which is why he’ll eventually join the Eagles.
Stop running from your destiny, Micah.
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