Micah Parsons criticizes the Giants decision to not pull Daniel Jones during Cowboys’ win
Dallas Cowboys star Micah Parsons had harsh words for the New York Giants regarding their decision to leave Daniel Jones in for the entirety of the Cowboys’ 40-0 blowout win over the Giants on Sunday. Parsons discussed the Giants game and the Cowboys’ outlook on the season in his podcast “The Edge with Micah Parsons,” which broadcasts on Bleacher Report. Parsons said he was confused by the decision to not pull Jones late in the game.
The Cowboys battered Jones from the opening kickoff amassing seven sacks and 11 QB hits in the game. “I thought they should have protected him and pulled him out. Barring injury, their season would be over without Daniel Jones,” said Parsons.
“It’s called protecting your guy -- something I thought the Giants should have done,” Parsons said, “I don’t think Daniel Jones should have been in that game in the fourth quarter. Parsons said the game set the statement for what he and the Cowboys want to do this season. “We said this offseason that we were going to be the most dominant defensive team in the NFL,” said Parsons, “I’m here to hunt, I’m here to kill, I’m here to win championships, and I just adapted that mindset,” said Parsons.