Ezekiel Elliott Moves Up In Dallas Cowboys Record Books, Goes Viral With Fake Kettle Jump

Ezekiel Elliott Moves Up In Dallas Cowboys Record Books, Goes Viral With Fake Kettle Jump

Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliot scored the winning touchdown in the final 40 seconds Sunday’s win over the Houston Texans was 27-23.

He created history by doing so.

Elliott’s fourth quarter touchdown run moved him to third in franchise history for overall touchdowns (77), surpassing Bob Hayes (76). Emmitt Smith and Tony Dorsett are the only two players ahead of Elliott.

As Dallas overcome its share of adversity, Elliott finished Sunday’s game with 62 yards and 15 carries.

Elliott stated, “Every week will be tough.” “You guys got used seeing us blow men out, but it’s still NFL. You won’t blow people out every week. Most games come down to one score. We did what we had to towards the end to pull this one out.

Dak Prescott and his offense got to work with just three minutes left. They pulled it out. Elliott’s 77th touchdown was achieved after an 11-play, 98 yard drive. Here’s some history.

Prescott was the one who ran back.There was no doubt about the outcome.

Elliott stated, “I knew we were going down and score.” “Dak leading us, Dak driving the two-minute drive, there’s no quarterback I’d rather have there on those game-winning drives. [He] He was so composed, didn’t blink an ear, and was ready to go.

Elliott also attempted a fake kettle jump following the TD to avoid a NFL fine.

He said, “I’m saving money this week,” NFL Network.

The Cowboys have now won back-to-back double-digit seasons with Sunday’s win. This is the first time that the franchise has achieved this feat since 1996 and 1995.

With Zeke His team makes headlines for the right reasonsDallas at AT&T Stadium was not without its worries. Prescott was the key to the Cowboys’ historic win.

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