Cowboys LB Micah Parsons drops truth bomb on chase for rookie sack record

This season, the Dallas Cowboys are optimistic. The Cowboys defense is what has made this season different than previous years. Ezekiel Elliott, CeeDee Lamb, and Dak Prescott lead the offense. They get a lot of attention and praise. The Cowboys defense has been the team’s mainstay for the first time since over 20 years.

Micah Parsons, a standout rookie linebacker, has been a major part of the defense. Parsons seems to make history every week. Parsons seems to make history every week, against the Washington Football Team.

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Parsons was named defensive rookie of month for the second consecutive month. Parsons is close to breaking Jevon Kearse’s rookie sack record. Kearse had 14.5 sacks back in 1998 for the Tennessee Oilers.

This was Tennessee’s 2nd year, but the team did not adopt the nickname of “Titans”, until 1999.

Dallas Morning News reporter Michael Gehlken quoted Parsons about what it would take to break Kearse’s record, as reported on NBC Sports’ Josh Alper

“It is on my mind. Obviously, that would be an extraordinary thing to do for a guy that’s an off-ball linebacker. It would really mean a lot to me. I know I can do it,”

Parsons has been so dominant this year that he has received some attention for Defensive Players of the Year. His Cowboys teammate Trevon Diggers is also involved in this discussion. Diggs is the NFL’s leading interceptor with 11 this season.

In a crucial NFC matchup, the Cowboys will host the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.

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