After their gutsy performance on Thursday Night Football, the Dallas Cowboys got the chance to sit back and watch the rest of the league play on Sunday. One game from the early slate that made headlines was the Washington Commaners' matchup against the Miami Dolphins.
Miami got an early jump on the Commanders thanks to wide receiver Tyreek Hill, who recorded scores from 78 yards and 60 yards out in the first half.
It turns out Cowboys star Micah Parsons saw what Hill did to his division rivals Sunday afternoon, and he had a hilarious response to the wideout's dominance.
Parsons directly mentioned the NFL's official Twitter account and told them "we need to ban" Hill from "running full speed." The EDGE said Hill has "an advantage of speed that no one [else] has," which makes it competitively unfair.
Unfortunately for Parsons, it's likely his prayers will go unanswered. Even if members of the NFL office wanted to slow down Hill, they probably couldn't even catch him.
It's Hill and Dallas WR CeeDee Lamb who have been the clear stars at their position during the 2023 season. Hill racked up 88 receptions for 1,324 yards entering Week 13, while Lamb sits at 90 catches and 1,182 after TNF. The former leads the league in receptions of 40-plus yards, while the latter was tops in the 20-plus category heading into Sunday's games.
Both wideouts appear well on their way to career years and likely All-Pro honors at the end of this campaign.
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