Dallas Cowboys Star Micah Parsons Called ‘Best Player In The NFL’ Following Unreal Performance

Micah Parsons

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Coming into the year, Micah Parsons was almost universally considered one of the league’s best players. But, after dominating the first two weeks of the season, many are calling him the best player in the NFL.

Even though he only had one sack on the stat sheet, the third-year player out of Penn State absolutely dominated in week one as the Cowboys mauled the Giants, 40-0. He was completely unblockable and abused New York’s offensive line.

Against the Jets in week two, many thought he would have a good chance of having another big performance. And, he delivered in 30-10 win for Dallas.

Parsons was absolutely unstoppable, notching 4 tackles, 2 sacks, countless pressures and legitimately stole the ball out of a player’s hands for a near-touchdown. Take a look at some highlights.

Last year’s NFL Defensive Player of the Year runner-up was in the backfield seemingly every play. And, plenty of people are calling him the best player in all of football.

After the game, Micah Parsons himself said that he has his eyes set on being the best player in the league.

The Cowboys play the Cardinals next week, and there’s no reason to think Micah Parsons won’t terrorize them, too.

Garrett Carr
Garrett Carr is a recent graduate of Penn State University and a BroBible writer who focuses on NFL, College Football, MLB, and he currently resides in Pennsylvania.