The Dallas invaders?
Micah Parsons will need cockroach spray on the Cowboys’ expedition to Green Bay as they fight to fend off an unpleasant opponent who generally is a nuisance if allowed to linger.
Parsons described his mentality by entering a Sunday game, conveying words from his grandmother.
On Yahoo! SportsParsons said, “My grandmother told me, ‘For those who see a cockroach playing around, will you step on it and bury it, or will you let it rebuild and are available back to life?’
Green Bay (3-6) conceded five in a row and hit their lowest point last week. Against worst within the league Defense of the Detroit Lions, Aaron Rodgers, and the Packers attack he only scored nine points.
The Cowboys defense ranks third in points allowed per game (16.6) and 10 in total yards (313.5). For football outsidersThe defense of Dallas ranks first within the DVOA. Parsons leads Cowboys in sacks (8) and fights for losing (9).
Former coach Jimmy Johnson called these Cowboys one of the best team he had seen in Dallas, thanks largely to Parsons.
Dallas (6-2) looks set to return to the postseason. Even after his success, Mike McCarthy’s era was more defined by errors in clock management than by winning. A victory over former McCarthy team shall be a victory for Dallas, even when Green Bay is the weakest in years.
Traditionally, as soon because the Cowboys promise to drag the rug out from under their fans. The passion for the start of The Cowboys will be suppressed, but Parsons hopes to prove that any doubter is incorrect.
The stakes for Dallas remain high. The loss to Green Bay shall be an indication that these are the identical Cowboys as they’ve been for years. Victory will show the newly adopted killer instinct. After years of playing around, the Cowboys were capable of rebuild themselves right into a contender for the championship.