It only took one frightening season for Micah Parsons to become one of the NFL’s most fearsome defensive players, and now he is making one heck of a guarantee.
It all started with a Front Office Sports tweet outlining the Pro Bowl Games skills competitions, which will include events such as dodgeball, precision passing and best catch. Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill wasn’t happy with the event not having a fastest man competition.
The NFL’s account replied and tagged Hill and Parsons, who competed in a 40-yard dash event at last year’s Pro Bowl. “Should we run it back?”
Parsons boldly responded, “Sorry ima be in Bowl but in [sic] confident [Hill] will hold it down for me in my absence!”
There you have it. Parsons says the Cowboys will be in the Super Bowl and the Miami Dolphins will not.
Dallas’ road to the Super Bowl begins with a tough matchup against the Tampa Bay Bucs that bolster Tom Brady, which is a QB they have never beaten.
As for Hill, the Dolphins road to the Super Bowl begins with a difficult wild-card game against the Bills while not having starting QB Tua Tagovailoa.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.