Dallas Cowboys’ Micah Parsons had one of the best rookie years, a player can ask for. The 22-year old defensive end shone on the pitch all throughout the season, even though the Cowboys failed to reach the Super Bowl.
Parsons was named the NFL defensive rookie of the year, but despite his performances over the course of the long seasons, his ideal playing position is yet to be deciphered by the franchise. Micah Parsons has been all over the pitch and has delivered every time tackling and coming up against some of the best offensive players from the opposition.
Micah Parsons was named the NFL defensive rookie of the Year for his sensational season
In a recent interview, the 22-year old gave his personal opinion on where he thinks he plays the best football. However, he did not name a specific position and remained open to the proposition of coming against the best offensive players and that he would ensure his best performance.
“I really like everywhere,” Micah Parsons said recently on The Rich Eisen Show when asked where on the field he thinks he can do the most damage.
“I just believe that I need to line up with the best. I want to be the best of the best. [Against the 49ers] we were going against Deebo [Samuel], I wanted that matchup with him every time. Wherever Deebo went, that’s where I wanted to go. Against Minnesota, I played linebacker, and wherever Dalvin Cook went, that’s where I wanted to go. I want it to be the best on the best.”
“When we’re going against Patrick Mahomes and they’re not really going to run the ball 18-20 times a game, but they’ll pass, so put me against their left tackle. Or right tackle. And I’ll pass rush. That’s the best way that I can impact the game,” finished off Micah Parsons.