Every media outlet wants a piece of Ezekiel Elliott these days, and they’re not all willing to wait for him to get dressed.
The Cowboys running back is setting all kinds of rookie records and generally racking up numbers at an astonishing rate. On Sunday, Elliott carried the football 28 times for 157 yards in a 30-16 Dallas victory over the Packers. It was the fourth straight game he eclipsed 130 yards, and his 703 for the season are second only to all-time great Eric Dickerson for a first-year player. Elliott is money.
Which naturally is why Ed Werder for ESPN wanted to have a chat with the fourth-overall draft pick. Elliott was happy to oblige, although maybe not entirely prepared, as Cowboys safety Kavon Frazier revealed to the world with his Tweet from the postgame locker room.
Suit jacket, tie and underwear? Elliott is so good right now, he might just launch a new trend.
— Kavon Frazier (@Kay_BlackSimba) October 17, 2016