One of the Dallas Cowboys’ top stars, linebacker Micah Parsons, is out of luck ahead of the 2022 season.
It makes sense. After all, the 2021 first-team All-Pro selection couldn’t have asked for a better start to his NFL career. As he and Dallas look to return to the playoffs this season, the 22-year-old doesn’t want “bad juju”.
That’s where Twitter user @PrescottTruth comes in. A die-hard Cowboys fan, he shared his unfortunate streak of bad luck buying players’ jerseys.
“I had bad luck buying Cowboys jerseys,” @PrescottTruth wrote on March 28. “Bought a Witten and Dez jersey and both left after 1 year. Bought a Zeke shirt after 2019. Bought a Dak team shirt before the 2020 season and he broke his ankle. I will test my luck and buy one @ MicahhParsons11 jerseys lol”
Parsons took notice the next day and didn’t hesitate to give his answer to Cowboys fans: “Don’t buy my jersey, lol.”
Obviously, Parsons is having fun and isn’t serious about Dallas fans buying his jersey, but there may be a part he won’t mind if @PrescottTruth looks elsewhere for his next jersey. that.
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Parsons love is happening on Twitter
For fans attached to the online community because of the Cowboys, Parsons’ Tweeting habit is hard to ignore. Former Penn State Nittany Lion loves to chat on the app, and he posts something every day.
Considering it was the end of March, a lot Parsons had to say about Duke basketball. Despite growing up in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and going to Happy Valley during his college days, this streetwalker is a huge fan of the Blue Devils.
Through Duke’s NCAA tournament, the Parsons showed support. In fact, the defensive rookie of the year 2021 is planning to make it to the National Championship match if the Blues get the job done.
The one driving his Duke support over the past week or two was when he pulled the receipt on his fandom. Parsons replied into an old 2017 photo of himself dressed as a Duke, when he was still a junior at Harrisburg High School.
Whether Cowboys fans love or hate Duke, at least it’s clear that Parsons isn’t just jumping on the bandwagon.
Mike McCarthy on Parsons’ position
Parsons rocked the NFL as a rookie with 13 covers and 3 mandatorys, lining up as both a defender and finishing defensively in his overtaking efforts. His elite athletic ability has made him a versatile tool for the Cowboys, and head coach Mike McCarthy has no intention of changing that.
On March 29, McCarthy met with local and national media. The Dallas head coach was asked if Parsons could switch to full-time defensive play for the 2022 season, but the Dallas Morning News reporter Michael Gehlken Tweeted that the coach said the Parsons would still be moving around.
“Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy on LB/DE Micah Parsons: ‘He’s clearly unique. He’s so special. ‘ Parsons won’t be a full-time DE in 2022. His flexibility ‘is very important to us. … I know as an attacker you will help me if you put him in one spot each time. ‘”
So don’t expect Parsons to be lined up as writers too much in 2022. Still, he’s proven he can go to QB, and that means Dallas will always find a way to get players. 22 years old participate. line of defense if it will turn into a sack.
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