Where was Micah Parsons in the Cowboys’ loss to the 49ers?


Where the hell was Micah Parsons on Sunday?That’s it skip bayles Wondering.

The Dallas Cowboys lost to the San Francisco 49ers 42-10 at Levi’s Stadium. Undisputed On Monday, the hosts raised questions and concerns about the lack of defensive edge from a team that is now 3-2.

The Cowboys had a rough night on both sides of the ball. Offensively, quarterback Dak Prescott was sacked three times and went 14-for-24 with three interceptions, but that didn’t seem to surprise Bayless.

“I know what he is, but mostly I know what he’s not,” Bayless said of Prescott. “I’ve been saying it year after year and now I’m done with Dak Prescott…”

“My biggest concern is Micah Parsons … he’s nowhere to be found.”

Bayless has high hopes for the performance of the Dallas defense, which leads the NFL in pressure rate at 49 percent. But Parsons and his team could do nothing against Niners quarterback Brock Purdy, who threw for four touchdowns (three to George Kittle) , passing yards reached 252 yards.

“I think Dallas’ pass rush is a little better than San Francisco’s,” Bayless said.

“I think because San Francisco had to replace two offensive linemen last year… maybe they’re a little vulnerable… maybe my own Micah, who’s 11 from heaven, won’t actually go to heaven — like he did last night It’s like leaving.”

Dallas’ defense had a sack in what looked like a busted game for the Niners, but the former Cyclone wasn’t as hot as Bayless would have liked.

“My pass rush didn’t put any pressure on Brock Purdy, he just sat back and was like playing a soft catch game. He just kept throwing radar rainbows in the zone, like He’s like a wizard. I’ve never seen anything like this before.”

Undisputed co-host and former 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman was so happy with the win that he even donned a 49ers red suit on the show.

“What happened to those nine!” Sherman exclaimed to Bayless with a big smile on his face.

“I told you (Skipp) … the defense is better in every aspect, the offense is better in every aspect … that’s the difference between the San Francisco 49ers and the Dallas Cowboys. One is a true contender and one is pretender.”

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The 49ers will take on the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, October 15th in Ohio.

“I believe we (the Cowboys) can’t play any worse than we did last night,” Bayless concluded. “The 49ers gave it their all last night. We were absolutely blown away. They pretty much played the best game they could.”

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