While Dak Prescott spent his bye week quietly with his grandma, an animated version of himself drew plenty of attention – starring in Bleacher Report’s newest edition of Gridiron Heights.
Prescott’s rookie teammate Ezekiel Elliott also stars in this episode, making his appearance right at the beginning.
With Halloween approaching, football’s top defenders gathered around the campfire to tell a spooky story about the rookie running back terrorizing the league. Is the tale of the 2,000-yard rusher only a myth, or is this ball-handling monster for real? Elsewhere in Gridiron Heights, young quarterbacks Dak Prescott and Carson Wentz go trick-or-treating.
In a Halloween theme, Elliott comes out of the woods to scare four NFL defenders – one of which being Clay Matthews, who’s Packers defense was most recently shredded by Zeke.
Prescott is then seen trick-or-treating with Andy Dalton, dressed up as a Cowboy, as the pair of quarterbacks receive rings from Tom Brady. Ryan Fitzpatrick then tries to hand Prescott and Dalton candy, but misses horribly on all attempts, even hitting a zombie version of Cam Newton.
Essentially, Dak Prescott is the best quarterback featured, and Ezekiel Elliott is the only but best running back.
A creepy version of Vontaze Burfict makes an appearance to conclude the episode, another reminder of Prescott and Elliott’s on field success – as their win against the Bengals turned plenty of heads back in Week 5.
Happy Halloween, Cowboys Nation. If you don’t have a costume idea, just wear the silver and blue, and scare plenty of fans that would fear nothing more than the Cowboys going up against their favorite team.