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Cowboys players lead the league in two big-time categories

Новое сообщение panxing18 » 06 ноя 2018, 04:21

The Dallas Cowboys are a quarter through their season and have a 2-2 record to show for it. Quarterly reviews are something common across all kinds of corporations , and America’s Team is certainly no exception.There’s a lot to think about the 2018 version of this squad, lots to like and lots to be miffed about. Dallas has shown some signs of life on offense, has a defense that is playing well, but they’re also last in turnovers created and are the only team yet to record an interception. Trying to determine how we feel about the Cowboys a quarter in is tough. We want to believe, but there are things that make it difficult. Similarly there are things that seem to rope us back in, things like Ezekiel Elliott having the most yards from scrimmage he’s ever had in a game. Zeke is obviously the star of the team through four games, but he’s not the only player performing at an elite level. Dallas actually boasts two of the NFL’s premiere players at the moment. That’s a very good thing.Ezekiel Elliott leads the league in rushing through four weeksIt feels like ages ago, but allow me to remind you that Zeke was suspended for six games last season. It’s near-impossible to lead the league in rushing in only 10 games, but Elliott came close and finished 10th (he did average the most yards per game) which was an impressive feat. Having played as many games as the rest of the field we’re now seeing what we’ve grown accustomed to with Elliott. Four weeks in, he is once again the NFL’s rushing king.Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY SportsEzekiel Elliott, 426Todd Gurley, 338Matt Breida, 313Marshawn Lynch, 300Kareem Hunt, 289There are two particularly amazing things about this information, and they intersect with one another to a degree. Firstly, Zeke only had 48 carries through the season’s first three games. He was tied for the lead in rushing then with San Francisco’s Matt Breida... and 48 carries was by far the lowest amount he’s had in any three-game period across his career.Second of all, the general consensus around the water cooler from Cowboys fans is that Elliott needs to touch the ball more. This isn’t to say that that isn’t fair logic by any means, but we’re talking about a running back who has the league lead in rushing almost by a c-note, and it is almost unanimously agreed upon that he should be fed more. That’s wild.The Cowboys also boast the league leader in sacks, DeMarcus LawrenceWhen DeMarcus Lawrence pulled 14.5 sacks out of the hat last season there were many who questioned the performance’s likelihood of continuing moving forward. Tank was given the franchise tag because, well, in the NFL sometimes you’re forced to prove that you can do it again. He’s proving it. The biggest defensive name across the NFL these days is Chicago’s Khalil Mack (sup Jon Gruden). What Mack is doing is unreal and should be celebrated. Additionally there are the typical names popping off in terms of players like J.J. Watt (hopefully he’s cool this weekend). Neither of those two lead the league in sacks, though. That would be Tank.Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY SportsDeMarcus Lawrence, 5.5J.J. Watt, 5Khalil Mack, 5Takk McKinley, 5Myles Garrett , 4.5Lawrence had a hat trick of sacks against the Detroit Lions last Sunday, man he really likes having big-time performances against Matthew Stafford, and that catapulted him to first place. He now has 20 sacks in as many games which is an absurd level of havoc wreaked upon opposing signal-callers. Dallas certainly lucked out that things didn’t get too sticky on the business side of football with DeMarcus like they did with the aforementioned Mack and even Pittsburgh’s Le’Veon Bell. If anybody on the Dallas Cowboys, anybody in the NFL even, is proving that they deserve to get paid it’s undeniably DeMarcus Lawrence. Dallas leads the league in rushing and sacks, an incredible accomplishmentThe Cowboys have engineered themselves to be a team that thrives off of big-time defense and a relentless run game. If that’s going to be your identity then you would theoretically strive to be near the top of the league in categories related to them, sacks and rushing yards might just be something you settle for. It’s a long season and we’re only 25% of the way through, but if I’d told you a month ago that the Cowboys would have the league leaders in these two categories you’d have taken that and never looked back. While it’s disappointing that they only have a 2-2 record to show for these performances they certainly bode well for the remainder of the season.Extrapolating Zeke’s and Tank’s performances through the first quarter would give them both career highs in their respective categories. Elliott would finish with 1,704 rushing yards and Lawrence with 22 sacks. If Tank did manage to pull that off those 22 sacks would be tied for the second-most all-time in a single season and only one sack away from the outright record (22.5).Most importantly if the Cowboys finish with the league’s leading rusher and sacker then odds are that their formula worked to a certain degree, arguably even a strong degree. Zeke and DeMarcus are the focal points of the team right now and will have to be moving forward if the Cowboys plan is going to be as successful as we all want it to be.Ezekiel Elliott is now the all-time leader in rushing yards per game; can he run his way to league MVP? Ezekiel Elliott was absolutely fantastic on Sunday in the Dallas Cowboys 26-24 win over the Detroit Lions. I haven’t seen a Cowboys team ride a guy to victory since Emmitt Smith helped them win the division in the season finale against the New York Giants back in 1993. Most of have heard of that story, if you didn’t watch it yourselves, where Smith would battle through a shoulder injury to help the Cowboys pull out a 16-13 overtime win. The mothership recently did a documentary on it.Smith carried the ball 32 times for 168 yards and caught the ball 10 times for another 61 yards, totaling 229 scrimmage yards. The victory gave the Cowboys the no. 1 seed in the NFC, helping them pave the way for the second of two-straight Super Bowl Championships. It was a performance for the ages.Ezekiel Elliott was used in a similar capacity on SundayJason Garrett would channel his ‘90s Cowboys team and leverage heavily on his star running back on Sunday. Zeke finished the game with a career-high 240 scrimmage yards. 152 of those were on the ground, while he added 88 more as a receiver. It was an all-around exceptional game by Zeke.Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty ImagesThere is a lot to love about what we saw from Elliott on Sunday. For starters, this kid is extremely durable. There were a handful of times where it appeared Zeke came up gimpy and headed over to the sideline. Rod Smith would come in for a play or two, but then Zeke was back out there ready to make another amazing play. When you look around the NFL and see running backs all over the league ailing right now, it makes you appreciate Elliott’s durability.Leonard Fournette (hamstring), Dalvin Cook (hamstring), Devonta Freeman (knee), Joe Mixon (knee), and LeSean McCoy (ribs) have all missed time this season due to injury and we’re just a quarter of the way through the season. Zeke hasn’t missed a single game in his NFL career due to injury.While his toughness provides a welcoming availability that we all can enjoy on Sundays, it’s what Elliott actually does on the field that has us impressed. Zeke is a do-it-all running back. He can get you the dirty yards and he can be electrifying in space. He has the patience to wait for his blocks, and he has the burst to exploit them. He can grind out rushing yards all day, but he can also be a weapon as a receiver as well. Zeke’s 38-yard touchdown reception against the Lions on Sunday marks the third-straight season he’s taken a big screen play to the house. And let’s not forget that amazing over the shoulder catch he had on that wheel route late in the fourth quarter.Zeke’s receiving skills shined bright against DetroitWhile Elliott has done some damage as a receiver, it was the first time in his career that damage was done with his hands and not his legs.This third quarter run by Zeke illustrates how he’s so good at so many different things.First, he has the awareness to stutter-step to avoid being tackled in the backfield. Then, he finds his running lane and explodes through the hole. He then uses his track-and-field star skills to hurdle a defender and he’s off to the races for a big chuck of a yards. Then , my favorite part, he uses his power to make sure it takes the defensive back a good seven yards to bring him down. As Garrett would say, he’s just a really good football player.Zeke is currently leading the league in rushing and to be honest, it’s not even close.Elliott has been one of the great running backs since the first moment that he came into the league. After Sunday’s performance, Zeke’s already eclipsed the 3,000 yards rushing mark. Only one player has reached it faster and it’s that Hall of Fame running back who broke the NFL single-season rushing record his second year in the league... maybe you’ve heard of him?While Elliott is off to a fast start career-wise, he’s just now reaching the point in the season where he starts to really take off. For example:In his first two games of the year (2016, 2017, and 2018), he’s averaged 65 yards per game.In his next two games (2016, 2017, and 2018), he’s averaged 120 yards per game.In the two games following (2016 and 2017), he’s averaged 138 yards per game.I don’t know if it’s his lack of reps in the preseason to preserve his health or if it’s the fact that the Cowboys have always had a couple new offensive line starters in each of Zeke’s years in the league, but he always starts slow only to turn it up about this time of the season. Ezekiel Elliott is just getting warmed up.With Elliott’s 152-yard rushing performance on Sunday, he now has an average of 104.8 yards per game in his NFL career. That moves him ahead of Jim Brown for the all-time lead.Officially, Zeke doesn’t qualify to be on this list until he hits 750 rushing attempts. He only has 637 career attempts right now, but he should make it official somewhere near the midpoint of the season as long as he doesn’t dip below an average of 104 yards during those next few games.Let’s continue to feed ZekeThe Cowboys will continue to put the ball in the hands of their best offensive playmaker. When the ground game is flowing, the game moves a lot slower for Dak Prescott. When the defense is loading the box, the secondary becomes a lot less congested for the receivers. Good things happen when Zeke’s on a roll.If the Cowboys keep winning football games and Zeke continues to play like he has so far, you could be looking at your next league MVP. Elliott finished fourth in voting in 2016 after a great rookie season where he led the league in rushing with 1,631 yards. His greatness was overshadowed a bit by his fellow rookie teammate Dak Prescott who had a phenomenal season as well. Some weren’t sure if it was Dak or Zeke carrying this team to a 13-3 record, but there shouldn’t be much mystery about who the leader of this offense is now. All of this not withstanding, but Zeke’s production was also downplayed due to the Cowboys strong offensive line. Ron Leary and Doug Free have since parted and Travis Frederick has yet to play a snap this year. The Cowboys have three new pieces to their offensive line since Zeke’s rookie season, yet Elliott appears to not be suffering any ill effects.People can try to make cases against him all they want, but he’s the real deal.
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