May 22, 2024

Dallas Cowboys’ Micah Parsons reveals how their early season loss to the Arizona Cardinals has motivated them.

The Dallas Cowboys defeated the New York Giants 49–17 to bounce back from their defeat to the Philadelphia Eagles. The only thing the Cowboys have consistently done well is outplay weaker teams; their only loss came to the Arizona Cardinals early in the season.

 

Micah Parsons reveals Cowboys' attitude after Cardinals loss

 

Arizona has won just two games this season, the other being a loss to the Cowboys against the Cardinals. Before that, Dallas had won both of their previous games against the Giants and the New York Jets by a combined score of 70-10. The Cowboys have taken care to not take any opponent lightly since their Week 3 setback.

Micah Parsons clarified that they no longer consider any opponent to be unbeatable following their second victory over the Giants. “We have already committed that error once,” Parsons remarked. “We are unable to make it twice,” said Ed Werder of ESPN.

The Cowboys completed their sweeping of the Giants after destroying the New England Patriots 38-3 and the Los Angeles Rams 43-20 since their Week 3 match. In their upcoming game against the Carolina Panthers and rookie quarterback Bryce Young, Dallas is now anticipated to pull off another massive victory. The Cowboys special teams and defense completely outclass their opponents against these inferior squads and offenses.

The Cowboys allowed just 86 passing yards and 172 total yards last week against the Giants. Tommy Devito, a rookie, was also fired five times. Before that, Dallas had defeated Matthew Stafford and the Rams by forcing a safety and scoring a pick six. If the Cowboys maintain their tendency of knocking up weaker opponents, .Bryce Young and the Panthers better watch out

 

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