Receiver Deebo Samuel thinks the last thing the Cowboys want is to face the 49ers again soon after the beating they took over the weekend.
Samuel reacted to the words of linebacker Micah Parsons, who, after Dallas' historic 42-10 loss, said he hopes for a rematch very soon.
Both teams have met in the postseason in the most recent two campaigns with victories for San Franciscoas background.
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“I don't think they want to see us again,” Samuel responded to Parsons' statements during an interview for a podcast. “It could get worse for them.”
Parsons challenged the tight end George Kittle by anti-jeans t-shirt which he showed on one of the three touchdowns he caught on Sunday night.
I feel like he's making this issue (the shirt detail) personal,” Parsons explained. “Kittle is my boy, but I'll tell you something: Laugh now, cry later. We’re going to have something for that, trust me… If we meet again, you’ll check it out.”
Samuel recalled the pre-match comments by dallas playersin which they challenged San Francisco.
It was already a personal issue before the game and now with the score at 42-10... I'm really sure they don't want to see us again, it could be worse in a next game," the receiver explained.
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