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Micah Parsons feels no shame after Cowboys' loss to 49ers and sends surprising message

The Dallas Cowboys suffered a 42-10 defeat against the San Francisco 49ers in Week 5, leaving their fans disheartened and questioning their Super Bowl aspirations.

Both the Cowboys' offense and defense struggled as they were outclassed by their opponents.

The defense, allowed San Francisco to score 21 points in the first half alone, with quarterback Brock Purdy throwing four touchdown passes. On the offensive front, Dak Prescott had a rough day, throwing three interceptions and only managing one touchdown.

Parsons remains positive

However, amidst the disappointment, Micah Parsons chose to view the defeat as a learning experience rather than a loss.

He emphasized that such setbacks are part of the journey towards becoming Super Bowl champions and that the key is to learn from them.

"I've never seen a champion not be battle tested. We're just getting tested early," Parsons said.

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"There's no such thing as losing, we learn. Tonight, we just learned a lesson. Sometimes you got to look at these losses as a blessing and just say thank you."

It has to be noted that the Cowboys are a franchise that hasn't won a Super Bowl in nearly three decades, which means that they carry the weight of high expectations.

Anything less than a championship would be considered a significant failure.

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