Cowboys' Micah Parsons-Mike Zimmer drama is something Giants fans can enjoy

Things are not going over too well in Dallas.
NFC Wild Card Playoffs - Green Bay Packers v Dallas Cowboys
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Yes, we realize the Cowboys have dominated the rivalry with the NY Giants in recent years, but hey, that doesn't mean we can't enjoy when things go south for Jerry Jones and Co. That's been the main storyline for America's Team this offseason, with things getting worse each day.

The Dallas front office has contract issues with Micah Parsons, Dak Prescott and CeeDee Lamb on the table. The problem with Parsons doesn't end there, however. Recently, he revealed he's said maybe 20 words to new defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer. On top of that, Parsons' recent comments aren't making Dallas fans happy at all. Something for people in East Rutherford to smile about? You bet.

Micah Parsons isn't off to the best start with new Dallas DC Mike Zimmer

"Honestly, me and Zimm have probably said a total of 20 words to each other. He’s a very quiet person. All I keep hearing from the coaches is, ‘Zimm likes it this way.’ I was like, ‘Well, I like it this way.’ So, I can’t wait to have my true sitdown with him. I think it will be pretty cool because obviously old-school mindset, old-school mentality. I think he’s had a lot of great players, but he ain’t ever have a Micah before. It will be fun, and I think it’s going to be unique."

Micah Parsons

A quick look at the replies from this post from Michael Gehlken shows that Dallas fans aren't too thrilled with what Parsons had to say. Not saying much to Zimmer is one thing, but reference himself in the third person in the way he did isn't something people are used to with the star pass-rusher.

With the way the season ended for Dallas in 2023, losing to the Packers in the Wild Card Round in embarrassing fashion, the hope was that a big offseason would set the tone for what would be a memorable season in '24.

However, the opposite has been the case and drama has been taking over the headlines more than anything else for the NFC East side. Bad news for Dallas? Sure. Good news for the G-Men? Absolutely and we hope to see more of it.