Eagles continue to live rent-free in Parsons’ head after stealing Cowboys’ desired hope

Here is a mini-personal testimony. I absolutely despise the Dallas Cowboys. I don’t care who knows that. I don’t care how you take this. In fact, I don’t think I understood hate as a concept until my love of Philadelphia Eagles football taught me how miserable that organization and its fans are.

Troy Aikman hasn’t played there in almost 24 years. I always watch the matches with the volume turned off if he’s on the show. Michael Irvin always gives me goosebumps. I get as much pleasure out of watching the Cowboys lose as I get out of watching the Birds win… Then there’s Micah Parsons.

I don’t need to tell you how boring he is. Apparently it gets worse as the years go by, so yeah, I’m glad when he’s in pain.

Guess what happened this time.

Besides watching what he did during his NCAA years at Penn State, most of my viewing of Parsons’ football journey has forced me to cheer him on from the other side. He’s a cowboy. Once again, I take pleasure in seeing him fail.

But Parsons blames himself. There was the comment about Jalen Hurts that completely offended us. Then came the constant knocks here and there which only revealed the real problem.

Micah Parsons would rather be in Philadelphia than Dallas… Yeah, I said it!

But it will seemingly never end. In what has become a tradition, the Cowboys star continues to pump up the Birds every time he finds himself in front of a microphone. Don’t look now. Following the addition of Quinyon Mitchell, he starts again.

You know what? Actually, it’s not so bad now that I’ve taken the time to think about it again. Watching this guy suffer makes me smile.

I’m of course teasing (sort of). Maybe I went too far. Here’s where I’ll end. Dallas sucks. They’ve always sucked, just like everyone else who’s ever worn the star.

Too much? I do not think so.

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