“Laugh now. Cry Later”
That was the message Dallas Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons had for 49ers tight end George Kittle.
Parsons comments came as he voiced his displeasure with Kittle on his podcast, The Edge with Michah Parsons, following the 49ers 42-10 thrashing of the Cowboys on Sunday night.
What Parson’s had an issue with wasn’t that he had been shut down to the point it appeared he had forgotten to board the Cowboys flight to Santa Clara for the game.
Instead, it was that Kittle had chosen to wear a shirt under his uniform with “F— Dallas” across the front similar to the one worn by former 49ers linebacker Gary Plummer for the 1994 NFC Championship Game.
“I just feel like he’s making it way more personal than it had to be,” said Parsons. “Kittle’s my guy, but I’m gonna say this: Laugh now, cry later.
“We got something for that, just trust. If we see them again, just trust. … If you wanna make it personal, we can make it personal.”
Deebo Samuel had a simple response to Parsons’ comments.
“It was already personal before the game started … 42-10, I don’t think you want to see us again. It might be a little worse,” said Samuel on “Up & Adams” Tuesday morning. “I don’t think he wants to see us again.”
San Francisco has now won three straight against Parsons and the Cowboys.
Sunday night’s victory was the most dominant of the three and the score could have been more lopsided. Kyle Shanahan pulled most of his starters just minutes into the fourth quarter and his team holding a 32-point lead.