The star defensive player of the Dallas Cowboys isn’t taking this lightly.
Micah Parsons, the linebacker for the Dallas Cowboys, didn’t hesitate to respond to San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle, who wore a “F–k Dallas” T-shirt beneath his jersey during Sunday night’s game.
“I just felt like he’s making it way more personal than it had to be. Kittle’s my guy, but I’m gonna say this: laugh now, cry later, we got something for that, just trust. If we see them again, just trust and we’re gonna put it just like that I ain’t gonna put too much on it. You’re gonna make it personal, we can make it personal. That’s cool.”
He added: “If we see them again, just trust … you gonna make it personal, we can make it personal.”
Kittle shared this on his Instagram account on Monday.
In San Francisco’s dominant victory, the 30-year-old Kittle delivered a remarkable performance, securing three receptions for 67 yards and scoring three touchdowns. The 49ers’ offense was on fire, amassing 42 points, 421 yards of total offense, and picking up 25 first downs.
In contrast, the Dallas offense struggled to keep up with the 49ers, recording fewer than 200 yards for the first time this season and committing four turnovers.
“It just wasn’t there all around in all phases of the game,” Parsons said. “I feel like almost we weren’t put in position to succeed in some instances.”
He added: “I just feel like we beat ourselves.”
San Francisco has emerged victorious against Dallas in their past three matchups, spanning from last year. With a record of 3-2, the Cowboys will seek a rebound as they face the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 6.