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    Fantasy Football: Is Ezekiel Elliott a First Round Pick?

    It's never too early to talk about fantasy football, especially with a RB like Ezekiel Elliott!

    The drafted with the fourth overall pick in the in hopes of recreating their 2014 success. , , and mainly led the Cowboys to a divisional title and a trip to the Divisional with a 12 win regular season that saw Murray rush for a league-high 1,845 yards.

    Moving the behind the best in football, Murray helped keep the Dallas off the field. This was a big reason why the defensive unit, when called upon, was able to force big turnovers – as they were playing with a lot of late leads in games.

    Elliott can help the Cowboys turn things around to their 2014 form in an explosive way, as he is much more dynamic than Murray and will rarely come off the field. With that, let's attempt to project his fantasy value by diving into some numbers:

    The position is typically (but not always) a popular first-round choice for players. The goal is to add at least one superstar to every team, and doing so with a RB is normally only possible in the .

    There are tons of legitimate fantasy WRs every single year to choose from, but so few dominant backs.

     Can Ezekiel Elliott be one of those backs?

    To examine this further, we need to study the offensive trends of the 2014 Cowboys. Ezekiel Elliott will make himself valuable to fantasy footballers with rushing yards, receptions, receiving yards, and touchdowns.

    Starting with touchdowns, let's dive into some 2014 numbers. Despite having a dynamic target in Dez Bryant, the Cowboys went to Murray 58 times when inside the 20. These 58 rushes led the league for this category, and resulted in a tie for the league lead in red-zone rushing TDs at 12.

    This shows that, if the Cowboys are truly committed to replicating their 2014 , Elliott will see his fair share of opportunities in the red zone.

    What makes Ezekiel Elliott an even more intriguing fantasy player is that he is a threat to take any run from any yard-line to the end zone.

    To maximize his carries, and thus his rushing yards, the Cowboys will need to play with the lead as much as possible. Playing from ahead leads to an added emphasis on killing the clock with the , a role Elliott can also thrive in.

    DeMarco Murray saw 135 fourth quarter rushing attempts in 2014, thanks to the Cowboys entering the fourth quarter with the lead in 10 of their 16 regular season games. In the other 6 games, the Cowboys were often within striking distance in the final quarter, and still trusted Murray to help bring them back. An additional 51 attempts for Murray came with the Cowboys being within 7 points in the fourth.

    Elliott, the more explosive back, could see plenty of fourth quarter carries with the lead along with potentially even more attempts to run and catch the football in an attempt to draw Dallas closer on the scoreboard.

    Compare this data to 2015, where the Cowboys often found themselves needing points in a hurry come the fourth quarter. saw just 91 of these fourth quarter attempts, going for 3.8 YPC.

    We also know that McFadden only produced 3 rushing touchdowns for the Cowboys, which is something they will put an emphasis on gaining more of in order to win.

    If you're noticing a theme here, it's that Ezekiel Elliott will be a potential answer to a lot of these questions for the 2016 Dallas Cowboys.

    Ok, Sean, I've read your numbers for long enough now! Should I draft Zeke Elliott with my first round pick?

    My answer: Yes. Unless you are in a position late in the first round to grab a WR like who was slipped a few picks, you should absolutely jump all over the chance to pick Ezekiel Elliott.

    Teams do not draft a running back in the top 5 anymore unless they expect him to take over games. The Cowboys have already seen that, with this offensive line, a running back can certainly take over games.

    That back was DeMarco Murray in 2014, who dominated on the ground while not providing a ton in the . In 2016, that back will be Elliott, doing it both on the ground and through the air – racking up fantasy points that will have owners cruising to victory.


    What do YOU think of Elliott's fantasy value? Have any other early fantasy questions? Ask away in the comment section below, email sean.martin@insidethestar.com, or find me on Twitter @ShoreSportsNJ! 

    Happy drafting, !

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    Blue Star

    Hell no……head exam is needed if picking him in the first round. round 5 the absolute earliest. I would not touch him until 7th personally.

    Only one rookie RB I selected high was AP in 2nd round 2007. Elliott is walking into a crowded back field.

    Blue Star
    Sean Martin

    If you can get EE in the 5th round, compared to the value you typically find in that round at his position, it's the greatest steal in fantasy football history. I question just how crowded this backfield is. Outside of maybe losing some goal line touches to Alfred Morris, it's going to be Elliott on the field almost every play.

    I also didn't include this in the article, but if you are playing in a PPR league, DRAFT EZEKIEL ELLIOTT! One point for just making the catch on a swing pass plus the points awarded for the yards? Yeah, you want that on your team at RB1.

    Do you play FF? plenty of value in round five, than a rookie who is going to get his goaline TD's vultured . Greg Olsen , Tom Brady, Sammy Watkins, Tony Romo were picked in the 5th round last season. I got Todd Gurley in round 7. He was a phenomenal talent on a team with little offensive weapons.

    Blue Star
    Sean Martin

    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.

    Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.

    Blue Star

    Sean Martin I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards. As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher. I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.

    Blue Star

    Here is a question for you. If Elliott was in the 2017 draft would he even be a first round pick? If the stacked class for 2017 were eligible this year does Dallas even draft Elliott number four? I think not.

    Blue Star

    Here is a question for you. If Elliott was in the 2017 draft would he even be a first round pick? If the stacked class for 2017 were eligible this year does Dallas even draft Elliott number four? I think not.

    Blue Star

    Here is a question for you. If Elliott was in the 2017 draft would he even be a first round pick? If the stacked class for 2017 were eligible this year does Dallas even draft Elliott number four? I think not.

    Blue Star

    Here is a question for you. If Elliott was in the 2017 draft would he even be a first round pick? If the stacked class for 2017 were eligible this year does Dallas even draft Elliott number four? I think not.

    Blue Star

    Here is a question for you. If Elliott was in the 2017 draft would he even be a first round pick? If the stacked class for 2017 were eligible this year does Dallas even draft Elliott number four? I think not.

    Blue Star

    Here is a question for you. If Elliott was in the 2017 draft would he even be a first round pick? If the stacked class for 2017 were eligible this year does Dallas even draft Elliott number four? I think not.

    Blue Star

    Here is a question for you. If Elliott was in the 2017 draft would he even be a first round pick? If the stacked class for 2017 were eligible this year does Dallas even draft Elliott number four? I think not.

    Blue Star

    Here is a question for you. If Elliott was in the 2017 draft would he even be a first round pick? If the stacked class for 2017 were eligible this year does Dallas even draft Elliott number four? I think not.

    Blue Star

    Here is a question for you. If Elliott was in the 2017 draft would he even be a first round pick? If the stacked class for 2017 were eligible this year does Dallas even draft Elliott number four? I think not.

    Blue Star

    Here is a question for you. If Elliott was in the 2017 draft would he even be a first round pick? If the stacked class for 2017 were eligible this year does Dallas even draft Elliott number four? I think not.

    Blue Star

    Here is a question for you. If Elliott was in the 2017 draft would he even be a first round pick? If the stacked class for 2017 were eligible this year does Dallas even draft Elliott number four? I think not.

    Blue Star

    Here is a question for you. If Elliott was in the 2017 draft would he even be a first round pick? If the stacked class for 2017 were eligible this year does Dallas even draft Elliott number four? I think not.

    Blue Star

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    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

    Blue Star

    InsideTheStar.com User
    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

    Blue Star

    InsideTheStar.com User
    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

    Blue Star

    InsideTheStar.com User
    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

    Blue Star

    InsideTheStar.com User
    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

    Blue Star

    InsideTheStar.com User
    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

    Blue Star

    InsideTheStar.com User
    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

    Blue Star

    InsideTheStar.com User
    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

    Blue Star

    InsideTheStar.com User
    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

    Blue Star

    InsideTheStar.com User
    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

    Blue Star

    InsideTheStar.com User
    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

    Blue Star

    InsideTheStar.com User
    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

    Blue Star

    InsideTheStar.com User
    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

    Blue Star

    InsideTheStar.com User
    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

    Blue Star

    InsideTheStar.com User
    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

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    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

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    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

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    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

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    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

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    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

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    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

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    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

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    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

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    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

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    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

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    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

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    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

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    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

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    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

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    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

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    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?

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    Sean Martin
    I'm talking about running back value in round 5. That's a perfect round for Olsen, and a great round if you find Watkins and Brady still available (of course Brady will slide with the suspension). But I'm talking about running backs, specifically one that we know is going to be featured in an offense where he has a great chance to succeed. Gurley was a risk as a rookie (you ended up getting great value of course), and now in year 2 he will fly up the boards.

    As for the goal line touchdowns with Elliott and Morris, that was purely speculation – and something to keep an eye on. We have not even seen Morris in a Dallas practice jersey yet. Plenty of time for more fantasy analysis to take place.​Dallas is hoping he continues to be a great blocker. Never allowed a sack, hit or QB hurry. Pass catching is not what he is known for. He only caught one TD as a freshman. Morris is also not a pass catcher.
    I knew you would say Gurley was a risk…People said the same thing about Adrian Peterson…Gurley and Peterson were special backs. I don't think Elliott will be a bust because of the offensive line..If people are going to pick him first round that is fine with me. I am going another route. I get everybody is caught up in the hype of the offensive line and his numbers at Ohio.​Exactly what is the point of reposting the previous post?