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Nick Wright may have been wrong about Ezekiel Elliott I FIRST THINGS FIRST

The Dallas Cowboys are now 3-1 after their Week 4 win over the previously undefeated Carolina Panthers, and Nick Wright is forced to admit: He may have been wrong about Ezekiel Elliott being done. Watch as he explains to Coach Eric Mangini, Chris Broussard and Kevin Wildes why Zeke impressed him last night, and whether he believes Dak Prescott and the Cowboys can keep this up long enough to be real playoff contenders.

2 HOURS AGO・First Things First・2:43

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Marcellus Wiley: It’s fair to question Ezekiel Elliott for starting; Tony Pollard looks hungrier I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Ezekiel Elliott is the starting running back for the Dallas Cowboys, but he has fewer rushing yards with more carries in the first two games than his backup Tony Pollard. Zeke is making $15 million a year and was asked on Sunday if his huge salary played a part in his recent play. He responded saying quote: ‘What really matters is what’s going on in this building. They’re not the one signing the checks.’ Marcellus Wiley explains why it’s fair to question Zeke starting for the Cowboys.

AN HOUR AGO・Speak For Yourself・2:36

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Marcellus Wiley: I lost faith in Ezekiel Elliott; he now has to prove himself to gain it back I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

The Dallas Cowboys are hosting the Philadelphia Eagles for Monday Night Football, but who will be the running back? Ezekiel Elliott is the starter, but Tony Pollard has more rushing yards in the first two games in fewer attempts. Jerry Jones has no problem with his backfield situation, saying quote: ‘I see it as a great asset to this team..both players are outstanding in the backfield..we really have an outstanding situation here.’ Marcellus Wiley explains why he has lost faith in Zeke.

AN HOUR AGO・Speak For Yourself・3:25

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LeSean McCoy on why Ezekiel Elliott will have a bounce-back year & return to an All-Pro level I UNDISPUTED

Ezekiel Elliott is entering his 6th year and coming off his worst season as a pro, but appears to be using that as motivation. Zeke has looked happier and slimmer in camp, and told reporters quote ‘I think the hardest part about last year is you feel like you let your teammates down. That hurts… Just having the year I had last year, you don’t need more motivation than that. I just know the type of player I am. I don’t think I showed that last year. I’ve got a lot to prove.’ LeSean McCoy joins Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe to discuss whether Zeke can return to his All-Pro status and have a bounce-back season with the Dallas Cowboys.

AN HOUR AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・1:28

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