The Cowboys are about to enter Year 6 of the Ezekiel Elliott era.
Zeke has been a staple of the Cowboys and his impressive stats have become mundane because he set himself such a high bar during the first four years of his career.
Last year, Zeke had arguably the worst season of his career with his pal Dak Prescott on the sideline for most of the year. He ran for just 65.3 yards per game and 979 yards, both career lows. However, those numbers are lows because Zeke set the bar so high for himself.
Elliott has managed at least 240 carries in each of his first five seasons and he ranks 15th all-time for rushing yards in the first five seasons of a career. Eight of the backs ahead of Zeke are in the Hall of Fame.
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