Micah Parsons trolls 'Cowboys fan' who doesn't recognize him, know Dak in amazing interview

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Dallas Cowboys fans get a bad rep amongst the national media. It doesn't help that mouth-breathing pundits like Skip Bayless are one of the faces of the fan base, and every fan base has a select few obnoxious individuals, but the the hate feels overblown and a product of Dallas' standing as an polarizing franchise.

There's no way to measure fandom, but knowing the name of your favorite team's quarterback -- no matter how relevant the organization is -- and recognizing said team's most prominent players is a good place to start.

Take Dak Prescott and Micah Parsons for example.

Imaging claiming to be a Cowboys diehard and not knowing Prescott's name and not recognizing Parsons on the streets of Dallas?

Unfortunately, Parsons experienced this exact profile of fan in New York. We're not sure whether to cringe or laugh out loud watching this interview.

Micah Parsons roasts 'Cowboys fan' who doesn't recognize him or know Dak Prescott's name.

What a tough watch. This is why Cowboys fans get a bad rep! It takes the popular slang term "casual" to a level we didn't think was possible.

As soon as Parsons asked -- we'll call him fake fan -- to name his favorite player you knew he was in trouble. Some fans might stumble at first asnwering this question, but Kent quickly realized he was entirely ignorant about the players on the roster.

Where did he pull Kent from? Is there a player in the NFL with the first name Kent? Just speaks to the pressure he was under.

At least he's aware of the Cowboys' long-standing playoff shortcomings, right? Nope. You can't take credit for that and have no idea who the team's QB is.

Dak Prescott is too distinct of a name. Had Parsons knew what he was getting into, he should've asked the last time this fan watched a Cowboys game. He's the type of fan who would take credit for a Super Bowl and brag about it to his friends knowing all the while he doesn't know a thing about the team.

Indeed it is.

And don't even get us started on not recognizing Parsons. Is there a more popular and recognizable name in the NFL than Micah Parsons this side of Patrick Mahomes? If Parsons isn't No. 2, he's undoubtedly inside the top five.

You really hate to see it. At the end of the day, he was familiar with the two greatest stereotypes following the Cowboys: their propensity to come up short in the playoffs and Jerry Jones' affinity for power and influence.

It doesn't get much worse than that.