Micah Parsons 2022 - 2023 Post Game Stats & Recaps

September 15, 2022

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Welcome to Micah Parsons' post game stats & recaps, where we'll be following the linebacker's production throughout the season. Check back every week for updates on Micah Parsons' post game stats!

Divisional Round:

Statline: 4 TKLS, 1 SOLO, 1 PASS DEF, 1 QB HIT

Despite an all-time effort by the Dallas Cowboys defense & Micah Parsons, the Cowboys offense couldn’t match it’s previous week’s output against a 49ers defense that proved to be too tough to handle. Micah Parsons was disruptive on the defensive end, consistently getting pressure on Niners QB Brock Purdy and forcing him outside of the pocket. He ended the game with 4 total tackles, 1 pass deflected, and a QB hit. A highlight from this game was Micah Parsons essentially throwing Niners tackle Mike McGlinchy onto the ground in one of his pass rushes to get to Brock Purdy. Micah Parsons ends his season with 13.5 sacks, 42 tackles, and 3 forced fumbles. While it was a disappointing end to the season, Parsons has cemented himself as one of the top defensive players in the NFL.

Wildcard Weekend:

Statline: 3 TKL, 3 SOLO, 1 SACK, 2 TFL, 2 PD, 2 QB HITS

Micah Parsons wreaked absolute havoc on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers thin offensive line and pulled off one of the most beautiful spin move sacks any defender can do. (See it here) His presence made it difficult for Tampa Bay and Tom Brady to get much of anything going on offense. The defensive performance by the Cowboys coupled with the offensive outburst must have the Cowboys feeling pretty good about their upcoming matchup against San Francisco in the divisional round. 

Week 18:

Statline: 2 TKLS, 2 AST, 0.5 SACKS

Micah Parsons and the Dallas Cowboys capped off a strong regular season with a disappointing 26-6 loss to the Washington Commanders. The Cowboys seemed like they just couldn’t get out of their own way this game and lost to 3rd string QB Sam Howell who started the first game of his career with the Washington Commanders who really had nothing to play for but good vibes. Micah Parsons was visibly frustrated in post game pressers after and hopefully the Cowboys are able to bounce back in a Wildcard matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 

Week 17:

Statline: 1 TKL, 1 AST

A quiet day for Micah Parsons as him and the Dallas Cowboys held the Titans to 13 points en route to yet another regular season victory. Micah Parsons this season has established himself as a defensive superstar and ranks in the top 5 for sacks, and forced fumbles in the entire NFL. A bonafide DPOY candidate, any offensive linemen should watch out when lining up opposite Micah Parsons in any game. The Cowboys will look to continue their winning ways as they finish out the season against the Washington Commanders in Week 18.

Week 16:

Statline: 3 TKLS, 2 SOLO

The Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles battled it out for 60 minutes on Saturday with Micah Parsons and the defense able to get one last stop at the end to secure the 40-34 victory.  Parsons helped his fellow defenders hold the Eagles to a mere 87 yards on the ground in a game Philadelphia controlled in the first two quarters but couldn’t do it for four quarters. 

Week 15: 

Statline: 2 TKL, 1 SOLO, 2 QB HITS, 1 TFL, 1 SACK

Parsons had another stellar showing in his quest for the NFL Defensive MVP award with two tackles, a sack, a tackle for loss, and a QB hit. Unfortunately,  the Cowboys couldn't stop Jaguars’ QB Trevor Lawrence who threw for 311 yards and four TDs. Parsons remains in the running for Defensive MVP of the Year as his sack on Sunday gives him 13 on the year, putting him fourth overall in the NFL and second in the NFC.

Week 14:

Statline: 5 TKLS, 2 SOLO

In a scary, near-upset on Sunday afternoon, Micah Parson and the Dallas Cowboys clawed their way back to a 27-24 victory over the one-win Houston Texans. The Texans had control of the game from the get-go, all the way up until the fourth quarter when the Cowboys began staging their comeback. For Micah Parsons, he would record five tackles on the day, including two solos. Micah Parsons and the defense stifled Houston on their final two drives, completing the comeback by only allowing the Texans three points after halftime.

Week 13:

Statline: 2 TKLS, 1 SOLO, 1 PASS DEF, 1 QB HIT

The Dallas Cowboys continue their surprising run this season behind linebacker Micah Parsons and the defense as they improved to 9-3 on the season after beating the Indianapolis Colts 47-19 on Sunday Night. It didn’t show up a whole lot on the box score but Parsons was his usual self, being a menace to the Colts’ offensive line and helping the defense force them into five turnovers, including three interceptions. Parsons still earned a couple of tackles with one solo along with a pass-defended and a QB hit but his presence was felt all game and his team is now locked into the fifth seed in the NFC playoffs.

Week 12:

Statline: 3 TKLS, 2 SOLO, 2 SACKS, 2 TFL, 2 QB HITS

And there he goes again! Dallas Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons had another fine performance, this time in front of a national audience on Thanksgiving Day as the Cowboys beat the New York Giants 28-20 in Arlington, Texas. Along with his cohorts on defense, Parsons helped the Cowboys hold the Giants to only 300 yards of total offense and limited the Giants’ star running back Saquon Barkley to only 39 yards and 3.5 yards per carry. Parsons is now second in the NFL with 12 sacks on the year and tied for second with three forced fumbles.

Week 11:

Statline: 4 TKLS, 4 SOLO, 2 SACKS, 5 QB HITS

The Dallas Cowboys defense, led by elite linebacker Micah Parsons, completely shut down the 8-1 Minnesota Vikings offense on Sunday afternoon, only allowing Kirk Cousins and company to accumulate 183 total yards of offense. Parsons was impossible to control on Sunday as the Vikings offensive line had no answer for him as he would put up two sacks, four tackles, and knock the quarterback down five times. That isn’t all. Parsons helped the Dallas defense rack up seven sacks on the day as well as holding one of the NFL’s best teams to only a field goal. Parsons once again strengthened his case to be the NFL Defensive MVP this season and, possibly, could make a case as the league’s MVP overall with the Cowboys at 7-3 now.

Week 10:

Statline: 7 TKLS, 5 SOLO, 1 TFL

After winning six of their last seven contests, the Dallas Cowboys along with defensive star Micah Parsons finally ran into a problem Sunday as they couldn’t beat Green Bay on the road. Micah Parsons did his part by recording seven tackles including five solos and one for a loss. Micah Parsons and the Dallas Cowboys will look to bounce back against the red hot Vikings next week. 

Week 9:

Statline: BYE WEEK

Micah Parsons and the Dallas Cowboys earned a well deserved rest as they enjoyed the benefits of having a bye week this week. They’ll look to continue their winning ways against the floundering Green Bay Packers in week 10 on 11/13/2022. 

Week 8:

Statline: 4 TKL, 2 SOLO, 1 FUM REC, 1 TD

The Dallas Cowboys and defensive juggernaut Micah Parsons were on a roll at home versus the Chicago Bears, destroying the visitors 49-29 on Sunday afternoon. While he didn’t record any sacks Sunday, Parsons recovered a fumble and ran it 36 yards for a touchdown, his first of the season. Cementing his place at the top of the race for this season’s Defensive Player of the year, Parsons and the Cowboys are now 6-2 as they head into a well-deserved bye week as one of the top teams in the NFC.

Week 7:

Statline: 5 TKLS, 4 SOLO, 1 SACK, 1 QB HIT

The Dallas Cowboys moved to 5-2 on the season by beating the Detroit Lions behind another outstanding performance by defensive end Micah Parsons and the defense. With another sack on Sunday afternoon, Parsons now has six on the year, tied for second in the NFL. The Defensive Player of the Year candidate now has eight tackles for loss on the season as well, good for third overall. Parsons and the defense could have another huge day next Sunday when the Bears and their 28th-ranked offense come to town.

Week 6:

Statline: 7 TKLS, 3 SOLO, 1 TFL, 2 PASS DEF

Another game, another disrupting performance by Micah Parsons. While the Dallas Cowboys couldn’t keep up with the undefeated Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday night, Micah Parsons was still able to wreak havoc on their offensive line after the departure of Eagles OT Lane Johnson.This loss brings the Cowboys to 4-2 but Parsons still had his highest amount of tackles on the season with seven, four assisted, and his two passes batted down led the entire defense. While Parsons didn’t come away with a sack, he remains tied for first place in the NFL with six on the season. Even after giving up 26 points to the Eagles, the Parsons-led Cowboys defense is eighth overall in the NFL and fifth in passing defense. With the Detroit Lions' second overall offense coming up into town next Sunday, Parsons will have to step up his game even more if they want to get back to their winning ways. 

Week 5:

Statline: 5 TKLS, 3 SOLO, 1 TFL, 3 QB HITS

Another dominating defensive performance by linebacker Micah Parsons and the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday afternoon. Parsons spent the entire game leading the Cowboys’ dominant defensive performance against the Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium in LA. To put it in perspective, the Cowboys had five sacks and two forced fumbles on Sunday with Parsons amounting to two sacks, including a strip-sack of Rams’ QB Matthew Stafford at the end of the game. With Parsons controlling the Rams’ offense line, Dallas’ defense only allowed a measly 38 yards on the ground, which is 2.5 yards per rush. As Parsons continues his quest to be the best player in the NFL, he’ll have another chance to shine on national TV against the undefeated Philadelphia Eagles in Week 6.

Week 4:

Statline: 4 TKLS, 4 SOLO, 1 TFL

The Dallas Cowboys and defensive superstar Micah Parsons controlled the entire game against the visiting Washington Commanders on their way to a 25-10 victory. Micah Parsons was an enormous factor in Dallas’ defense with Parsons being consistently double-teamed which opened up opportunities for the rest of Dallas’ defensive front. Parsons will have his hands full next week when he faces the defending SuperBowl champion Los Angeles Rams.

Week 3: 

Statline: 1 TKL, 2 QB HITS

Due to being sick, Micah Parsons was limited in the number of defensive snaps he played. That being said, when he was on the field, Parsons was his usual disruptive self, wreaking havoc on the New York Giants' offensive line and pressuring their quarterback, Daniel Jones. While he didn’t record a sack for the first time this season, Parsons is still second in the NFL with four sacks overall. Next week, the Cowboys take on the 1-2 Washington Commanders in Dallas.

Week 2:

Statline: 4 TKLS, 2 SACKS, 4 QB HITS

Micah Parsons and the Dallas Cowboys pulled off an upset victory at home Sunday afternoon, taking down the favored Cincinnati Bengals, 20-17. Micah Parsons spent the day terrorizing Cincinnati’s offensive line, maneuvering or barreling through them to the tune of two sacks and four quarterback hits. Parsons has now racked up nine tackles, four sacks, and six quarterback hits through his first two games. The Cowboys and Parsons will play on the road against the division rival New York Giants next Sunday.

Week 1:

Statline: 5 COMB, 4 SOLO, 1 AST, 2 SACK

Buccaneers’ QB Tom Brady trying to get his team across the goal line, was sacked twice by Micah Parsons on critical third downs inside thirty yards. Parsons finished the game with five tackles and two sacks and will get his chance at another star QB next Sunday when he faces Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals. 

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