5. Zeke Finishes with 125+ All-Purpose Yards, 2+ TDs
The excellence Ezekiel Elliott provides the Cowboys’ offense on a weekly basis has become something to be expected. However, his consistency does not diminish the impressive nature of his achievement.
So far this season, Elliott has averaged 92.5 rushing yards along with 22.0 receiving yards. He’s not going to put up career-best numbers with how many weapons the Cowboys’ offense now has, but regardless, he sets the tone for Dallas out of the backfield.
The Seahawks’ defense is no easy unit to go up against. The level of impact Jamal Adams makes as a run-stopper is truly game-changing and can make things difficult for most running backs. It will be a highly entertaining matchup to watch for that reason.
It won’t be easy, but Elliott is the type of talent to transcend tough matchups. He will end up exceeding 125 all-purpose yards while racking up multiple touchdowns.