This top linebacker just roasted his rival with these two words

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The National Football League conducted its annual draft last week. 

When it comes to getting the deal of a lifetime on young athletes, some teams did well while others failed to secure the type of players they needed.  

But this top linebacker just roasted his rival with these two words.

Micah Parsons just reminded the football world how intense the rivalry between the Cowboys and Eagles is

Last week, the National Football League (NFL) held its annual draft in Detroit, Michigan.

The first three picks of the NFL draft were all Quarterbacks, with Caleb Williams of USC going to the Chicago Bears, Jayden Daniels of LSU going to the Washington Commanders, and Drake Maye of UNC going to the New England Patriots. 

Teams began snatching up defensive players later in the first round.  

The Philadelphia Eagles claimed the first cornerback of the draft by selecting Quinyon Mitchell of Toledo. 

This move made sense for the Eagles, however, many other teams that were looking to bolster their secondary also had eyes on Mitchell. 

The Eagles’ rival, the Dallas Cowboys, were among these teams, and one Cowboys’ star did not hold back after the Eagles snatched up Mitchell. 

Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons, arguably one of the best linebackers in recent memory, said that “I’m honestly utterly disgusted at how lucky the Eagles are. I do not know how he fell this far.”

He added that, “I thought he was a top-15, top-12 talent and he just fell right into their laps. He was definitely one of my more favorite players in this draft. He checked every box.”

Some experts predicted that Mitchell would land on the Cowboys, however, the Cowboys were just two picks away from this possibility. 

Instead, the Dallas Cowboys traded their 24th overall pick to the Detroit Lions for the 29th overall pick and an extra 3rd-round pick. 

With their 29th overall pick, the Dallas Cowboys selected offensive tackle Tyler Guyton of Oklahoma, who has the potential to give the Cowboys some much-needed strength on their offensive line. 

Last season, the Dallas Cowboys’ offensive line suffered from several significant injuries, making the job of Quarterback Dak Prescott much more difficult. 

With the NFL draft in the rearview, all eyes are on September

Now that the 2024 NFL draft has concluded, all eyes are now focusing on the regular season, which begins in about four months. 

Training camps start in only a few months, which allows coaching staff and fans to catch a glimpse at how their new squads will perform together. 

As it stands, MGM sportsbooks have the Kansas City Chiefs favored to win next season’s Super Bowl with +550 odds, but the San Francisco 49ers are trailing closely behind at +600 odds. 

However, like every season, Las Vegas fails to predict all the twists and turns that come with professional football. 

Every team has a fresh chance to win the Super Bowl.

An NFL fans cannot conceal their excitement as September inches closer. 

Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.