Leonard Fournette Discusses Fallout From His Micah Parsons Block

October 13th, 2022

Tells his story.

So it appears Playoff Lenny might be into being a football analyst.

Playoff Lenny made his debut yesterday on The33rdTeam.com to explain his side of things in the fallout from his Week 1 block on Micah Parsons with the Cowboys.

Playoff Lenny flattened Parsons on a long pass play from Tom Brady to Julio Jones down the right sideline.

Parsons and Playoff Lenny had a short spat on Twitter. No hard feelings, the Bucs’ running back said.

Many players seemed to come at Playoff Lenny. Hall of Fame safety Ed Reed, for example, said he doesn’t believe Playoff Lenny is dirty but it was a dirty play.

In the video Playoff Lenny did for The33rdTeam, Playoff Lenny basically said, what do you expect? Reed is a defensive player.

All in all, Playoff Lenny said his block was legit. His block was legal and he has no ill will for any of his haters, or for Parsons.

You can see an edited portion of Playoff Lenny’s video below.

26 Responses to “Leonard Fournette Discusses Fallout From His Micah Parsons Block”

  1. Hail2dabucs Says:

    Look man , in my opinion 7 has been a great buccaneer & he’s a big dude man , that shoulder check was legit . We need more bucs like this guy !

  2. FrontFour Says:

    Thought it was a great block at the time. Even better now.

  3. Mord Says:

    Lenny could have a great career as an analyst when his playing days are over!

  4. Beeej Says:

    Haven’t seen any offensive players complain about it

  5. SufferingSince76 Says:

    What’s with all the whiny babies in the NFL now? Parsons got put on his butt in a football game. What a surprise.

  6. BucU Says:

    Cry me a river. He got knocked on his ass and he was embarrassed by it.
    Sorry for your luck Parsons.

  7. Tackleblockwin Says:

    I’m pretty sure his block is being used by every running back coach in the league as a perfect example of how to protect your QB when they stay to block.

  8. 2022 Fire the Cannons Says:

    When you get embarrassed in life… The best thing to do is be quiet and admit your shortcomings…… Oh not this generation…. Bunch of screaming babies.

  9. Listnfrmafar Says:

    Reeds beard is growing into his eyeballs and Parsons and Miller should get out of the NFL and join a flag football league. On second thought that’s a league block in that league to. The more Parson talks about it the more embarrassing it is for him. Never heard of a blindside block on a defensive player inside the tackles. Wuss.

  10. Lakeland Steve Says:

    That block totally changed the way Parsons played after that. He was pretty much a non factor after that hit. Every time he tried to blitz after that he wasn’t quite as quick, quite as fast because his head was always on a swivel looking for that chip block.

  11. Biff Barker Says:

    “What does SAS think?”

    It’s all thats really important.

  12. Defense Rules Says:

    Relooking at the video, Parsons had slid past Wells (our LT at the time) & had what looks like a relatively clean path into the backfield … if not for Lenny, who hit him solidly with his shoulder. Classic block; nothing ‘dirty’ about it. More than likely Parsons was a little off-balance from his move around Wells, and that probably contributed to his ending up on his butt. Life’s tough in the trenches.

  13. TiredBucsFan Says:

    It was fantastic! Lenny is awesome.

  14. Ultra ClodHopper Says:

    “Nobody likes getting put on their behind by a running back”

    And that’s the long and short of it.

  15. Goatfarmer Says:

    Time to see Lenny do the same to Devin Bush or some other Steeler.

  16. Craig Says:

    It is something that Parsons needs done to him enough that he can learn to live with it.

    In places the NFL is still football, though those places get smaller daily.

  17. SPARKY Says:

    And now 4 weeks later if he did that he would Get a flag and possible suspension. He hit the poor little linebacker too hard.

  18. Destinjohnny Says:

    Lenny you busted his ass and we love u for it

  19. SB~LV Says:

    Not as good as Warren Sapp’s decleater on that Green Bay OT ☠️

  20. SlyPirate Says:

    DO IT AGAIN!!!!

  21. EEK Says:

    doing his job which was to protect the qb
    not illegal and not a low block
    he is a strong man and may knock another man to the ground from time to time

    nothing to see here

  22. Bucanero Says:

    A+ Lenny

  23. garro Says:

    @ Ultraclodhopper
    “Nobody likes getting put on their behind by a running back”

    And that’s the long and short of it.
    Agree he problem got some ribbing from teammates LOL

  24. Tom lamphier Says:

    Footballs not a tea party,. Those ruff plays are what it’s all about…maybe parson should go try out for the softball team next time.

  25. WvBuc Says:

    Excellent block, would love to see more just like that one.

    It is a curious thing, though, that the NFL allows offensive players to hit defensive players harder than defensive guys are allowed to hit them on a tackle!

  26. Luke Says:

    All these buc fans bragging about a dirty block most likely defend that bs “roughing the passer” call legit…. darn childish mentality.