Micah Parsons had an interesting comment about the Packers
Most teams in the NFL wouldn’t consider the Green Bay Packers a pest. The Packers come into their Week 10 matchup against the Dallas Cowboys trying to snap a five-game losing streak. The Packers’ season has been derailed by a nasty combination of serious injuries and poor play. One of the best pass rushers in the NFL, Micah Parsons, had an interesting analogy about the Packers team he will face Sunday.
According to a report by Jori Epstein of Yahoo Sports, Parsons is taking the contest against the Packers seriously. He compared the Packers to an annoying bug that’s hard to deal with:
“My grandma told me: If you see a roach and it’s fooling around, do you step on it and bury it or do you let it rebuild and get back to life?” Parsons told Yahoo Sports. “You step on it. I live life with no remorse. You can’t have no remorse in this game [or] it turns up to bite you.”
Parsons can bite the Packers
Parsons sounds like he will bring some fire against the Packers’ offensive line on Sunday. He had a phenomenal rookie season in 2021, earning first-team All-Pro numbers. Parsons followed that season up with eight sacks and two forced fumbles through the Cowboys’ first eight games this season. He will lead an angsty defense that includes All-Pro cornerback Trevon Diggs.
The Packers’ offense, who managed to put up nine points against the Detroit Lions in Week 9, will have to come up with creative ways to attack the Cowboys’ defense. The Cowboys are expected to continue to roll on offense as the team expects running back Ezekiel Elliott to return against the Packers. The Packers need to dig deep to bite the Cowboys during Mike McCarthy’s homecoming.