Ezekiel Elliott made it clear he and the Cowboys will be ready to ball out this season.
Ever since he arrived to Dallas, Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott has cemented himself as one of the best running backs in the National Football League. The former Ohio State superstar has already won the NFL rushing title twice in his four seasons in the pros.
Plain and simple, nothing is going to stop Elliott from putting up big numbers when the ball is in his hands. The speedster made that known once again this week on Twitter, and went ahead and shut down ESPN insider Ed Werder in the process.
With the Cowboys and Dak Prescott looking to make some history this season, some might think Elliott may not be featured as much in the offense during Mike McCarthy’s first season in Dallas. Think again, folks.
Ezekiel Elliott will look to win his third NFL rushing title in 2020
Yup, don’t ever try and publicly bring down Elliott over his potential for an upcoming season. He’ll be quick to bring you down and let his more than two million followers know he’s not going to put up with any of your nonsense.
For Elliott and the Cowboys, they’re looking to wipe away the awful memories the 2019 season brought. Entering the campaign with Super Bowl aspirations, Dallas ended up missing the playoffs and watched the Philadelphia Eagles take home the NFC East title.
Following the horrific year, Jerry Jones finally decided to part ways with Jason Garrett and brought in McCarthy to replace him. Expectations will of course be high for the former Green Bay Packers head coach. He’s been brought in to try and help this team reach its potential. There’s no doubt Elliott will be a major part of his plans for 2020 and beyond.
Once the season gets underway, Elliott will be ready to eat early and often. If he can have another standout season and stay healthy, Dallas could make some big noise this fall and winter.