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Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Ezekiel Elliott says he has ‘a lot to prove’ for 2018

Ezekiel Elliott

It would be fair to say Ezekiel Elliott’s 2017 season was not what he wanted. He missed six games with a personal conduct policy suspension, and he only managed 4.1 yards per carry when he did play, a full yard fewer than he did in his standout rookie season.

The Dallas Cowboys running back enters his third season with something to prove — and, according to him, a chip on his shoulder.

We know what Elliott can do. He led the NFL with 1,631 yards rushing as a rookie, but his status has definitely fallen since then. His second NFL season saw him fail to break 1,000 yards in ten games. He’s using it as a motivator, and we’ll see what it does for him.

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