Jalen Hurts responds to Micah Parsons comments as you would expect

Jalen Hurts #1, Philadelphia Eagles, Micah Parsons #11, Dallas Cowboys (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)
Jalen Hurts #1, Philadelphia Eagles, Micah Parsons #11, Dallas Cowboys (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images) /

By now, you’ve heard the news. Micah Parsons appeared on an episode of Von MIller’s Voncast. The topic turned to Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts and the MVP buzz that has surrounded him. There probably isn’t a Birds fan in the Delaware Valley or anywhere else in the United States that doesn’t know what he said.

However, If you have been living under a rock, you’re in luck. We’ve brought along a visual. Was he disrespectful or was this just good conversation? Some are offended. Others aren’t.

There are theories that some of the angst stems from this one is attributable to the fact that Parsons is one of the more visual Dallas Cowboys. Honestly, regardless of what he said, someone was going to find a reason to be offended. Then again, it may be fair to state that, had an Eagle answered a similar question related to a member of the Cowboys, the answer might have been more professional.

Give this one a look. You be the judge.

Jalen Hurts responds in typical Jalen Hurts fashion to the Micah Parsons drama.

As is typical of a Wednesday afternoon, Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni and QB1 Jalen Hurts took some time to sit with members of the media. As you might expect, Jalen was asked about his feelings on Parson’s well-publicized take. The response wasn’t surprising.

“We’re worried about the Bears right now”.

With that, we move on. It doesn’t take much to stir the pot when it comes to the Philadelphia Eagles/Dallas Cowboys rivalry, but if you’re looking for QB1 to fan the flames, it isn’t going to happen.

QB1 is always locked in. A trip to Soldier Field to meet the Bears is on the horizon. We’ll get back to discussing Dallas in Week 16.

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