Micah Parsons criticizes kid for his opinion on Dak Prescott: No 10-year-old tells me the QB is fucked
Gave advice to parents Dallas Cowboys pass rusher Micah Parsons defended quarterback Dak Prescott against criticism, even from young fans.
Parsons recounted an incident in which a young fan criticized Prescott for his interceptions, and he advised parents to protect their children from harsh criticism on social media.
I was like what the hell,” Parsons noted. “I said parents, you need to get them off Twitter. Listen, don’t let a 10-year-old kid say my QB stinks.” #Cowboys star Micah Parsons defends Dak Prescott from 10-year-olds “You can go back and take out half of those drops,” Prescott said. “I’m not saying it’s in the receiver, but if you cut it in half, we’ll start talking about them. Prescott ran into turnover problems last season with 15 interceptions and added two playoff losses to the San Francisco 49ers.
This story may have been fueled by the constant scrutiny of media pundits. This season, however, Prescott improved his interception percentage, throwing just one interception in 136 pass attempts. That drops his career interception rate to 1.9 percent, slightly higher than Tom Brady’s 1.8 percent. Prescott’s production in 2022 suggests that last year’s turnover was an outlier in his otherwise strong eight-year career.
To silence his critics, Prescott will get a chance to showcase his skills in a rematch against the 49ers on Sunday night. A strong performance in this game could help convince fans young and old of his ability as a quarterback for the Cowboys.