Micah Parsons Deletes Cryptic Tweet About Cowboys' Playoff Loss

The fallout from the Dallas Cowboys' Wild Card loss continues, this time with Micah Parsons stoking social media beef.
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The Dallas Cowboys All-Pro linebacker Micah Parsons has been on quite a tear lately. Unfortunately for the Cowboys, it has been on social media instead of the football field.

Never the type to shy away from engaging in social media feuds or tweeting about his haters, Parsons has been beefing with Skip Bayless and media heads following the Cowboys' disappointing playoff loss on Sunday.

Even though Parsons defending himself after he had another impressive double-digit sack season is completely understandable, his latest tweet was less so.

Cowboys' Micah Parsons Deletes Cryptic Tweet About Packers Loss

In a now-deleted X post, the star linebacker said he is going to drop the facts about Sunday, albeit a small typo.

It's certainly true that Parsons is not the one to blame for Sunday's disaster. Even though he failed to record a sack and it wasn't his best game as a Cowboy, he was still one of the best players in a Dallas uniform. He causes all sorts of matchup problems for the opposing line. Yet it's also understandable that fans will blame the stars after a devastating loss, especially if you give up 48 points.

However, it's still not clear what Parsons is referring to in his cryptic message. The talks of "narrative" and "delusion vs reality" don't really shed any light on what went wrong against the Packers. We'll stay tuned in for what's next in the Micah Parsons saga.