Watch Micah Parsons defeat Tyreek Hill in the Pro Bowl’s Fastest Man competition.
Most people were perplexed when they learned that Dallas Cowboys rookie linebacker Micah Parsons would be competing in the Pro Bowl‘s Fastest Man race versus Kansas City Chiefs wide out Tyreek Hill. Hill, often known as the Cheetah, is widely regarded as one of, if not the league’s quickest players. Hill also plays receiver, while Parsons plays linebacker.
The four finalists for the Pro Bowl Skills Competition were Parsons, Hill, Cleveland Browns running back Nick Chubb, and Cowboys cornerback Trevon Diggs. The following are their 40-yard dash times:
The Lion, on the other hand, was not going down without a fight. In a tweet before the competition, Parsons even hinted that he would win the race. This child isn’t fond of losing.
Parsons “humbly” opted to join the marathon naked in an unusually cool Las Vegas atmosphere. Is it possible that the diversion was part of his plan? Hill chose not to assume a runner’s posture as the four Pro Bowlers lined up at the start. Parsons’ response speed was maybe the most outstanding aspect. He rushed out as soon as he heard the engine start.
Hill almost gave up halfway through after realising he had gotten off to a sluggish start. From then on, the battle between Chubb and Parsons was razor-thin. The race may be seen below.
Micah Parsons, a rookie for the Dallas Cowboys, topped Tyreek Hill in the Pro Bowl Fastest Man competition, but says the Cheetah is quicker.
Whether it was the rookie’s choice to go nude or his dislike of losing, Parsons’ performance astounded many. Hill, on the other hand, received credit from Parsons. The Cowboy said that the Cheetah had just participated in a game a few days before, so he wasn’t giving it his all. Hill is still the league’s quickest player, according to the rookie.
Parsons also said that he “wishes for a Madden 95-speed.” Perhaps the fact that Parsons was just named Madden Rookie of the Year for 2022 will help him obtain that speed bump.
Before the race, Parsons informed Lisa Salters that Chubb had challenged him. The rookie doesn’t seem to be the kind of person you’d want to take on. Parsons stated of his conversation with Chubb:
You’re aware that he posed a challenge to me? And the lion was famished. Do you get what I’m saying? I’m not going to back down from any challenge. Nick was desperate for it, so he got it. “
You have to admire this young star’s competitive edge. Parsons, Diggs, CeeDee Lamb, and Bryan Anger will all represent the Cowboys and the NFC at the NFL Pro Bowl on Sunday in Las Vegas (Zack Martin and Tyron Smith elected to sit out due to injury). At 3 p.m. EST, ESPN will broadcast the game.