Will Ezekiel Elliott bounce back next season? | Get Up

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Will Ezekiel Elliott bounce back next season? | Get Up

Sam Acho, Louis Riddick and Jeff Darlington break down Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott and whether he can be a top back next season.

0:00 Sam Acho says he felt Zeke got complacent last year but will bounce back this upcoming season.

1:21 Louis Riddick breaks down how the Cowboys have to be a run-first offense to be successful.

3:00 Jeff Darlington explains how important Dak Prescott is to the success of Ezekiel Elliott.

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