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Dallas Cowboys showcase their dominant defense against the New York Jets, solidifying their global supremacy


Sep 18, 2023

Parsons played a crucial role in the team’s dominant performance. He showcased his versatility by moving throughout the formation and making significant contributions. In the game, he achieved two sacks, four QB hits, three lost tackles, one forced fumble, and a fumble recovery. This incredible feat makes him the first player since Chandler Jones in 2019 to reach these numbers in a single game. Notably, Parsons joins an elite group of players, including Jones, Aaron Donald, and Von Miller, as the only ones to accomplish this since 2018.

Next Gen Stats also revealed that Parsons had an impressive performance, with nine QB pressures and seven QB hurries added to his already outstanding contributions. Furthermore, he managed to force a turnover through his pressure tactics. This 24-year-old player has established himself as a force to be reckoned with and is now among the six players with at least two sacks in each of their first three seasons since sacks became official in 1982. He aims to match or surpass Reggie White’s record of 16 games with his 15 remaining games this season.

Parsons expressed his hunger and determination, stating that he would go all out regardless of any physical limitations. He emphasized the importance of his team and fans, as well as his gratitude towards the organization and his teammates. The impact the Cowboys have had on his life drives him to give his all in every opportunity on the field.

The Dallas Cowboys have had an exceptional start to the season. They join an exclusive group of teams, including the 2019 Patriots and 1970 Lions, as one of only three teams since the 1970 merger to score 70 or more points while allowing only 10 in the first two games of a season. This achievement demonstrates the team’s prowess on both offense and defense. Additionally, their +60 point differential against New York’s team is the second-best two-game point differential in franchise history, surpassing even their impressive performance in 1968 with a +67 point differential.

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