With 50 days left for the 2017 NFL kickoff, Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliot is once again on the NFL’s problem radar. Currently under investigation for domestic abuse charges by his former girlfriend dating to an incident back in 2016, Ezekiel has now been accused of being involved in a bar altercation late Sunday night at Dallas bar. Dallas police department came out with a statement saying the victim was physically assaulted but could not remember who assaulted him. The vicim was hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries. No arrests were made that evening, nor were there further mention of Elliott or other suspects as of yet.
So then why is his name even being mentioned again then?
TMZ sports released a video allegedly of the incident and witnesses who recorded the video claim they witnessed Elliott and the man arguing few seconds before he was knocked down with a punch to the nose.
The Cowboys know about the situation but have yet to comment on it. This will probably be another slap on the hand and will probably only have a few days or games suspension in the season.
It feels like it was only yesterday we saw Peyton Manning in Super Bowl 50 with a dominant Denver Broncos defense taking their big win. We are now only a couple of weeks away from Super Bowl 51 and the race for the playoffs has gotten even more intense. I’ve been wondering who will make it with New England standing tall in the AFC, especially with contending Raiders losing QB Derek Carr for the season and Kansas City stalling these last few weeks. The NFC is burning with the Cowboys rolling on a two game win streak heading into a bye week, while the Seahawks, Falcons and Packers are clawing to keep their hopes alive. Green Bay can also thank a decaying Lions team who will be fighting for their lives on New Years Day against a confident Aaron Rodgers.
I’m going to be upfront, I think the Patriots will lock this year down with a disappointing win on par with Trump(Too much?, I dunno). They are playing like they’ve already won it. However you can’t count out the Falcons, Seahawks, or even the Raiders quite just yet. The Seahawks are playoff bound but not quite comfortably. If they want a first round bye, they’ll have to beat San Francisco which likely won’t be so hard. As for the Green Bay, they’re clutch when determined and it’s been proven again this season. They’re annoying as hell, but you can’t ignore their tenacity. Rodgers is showing why he is an MVP. Then there’s the Falcons, who come in with a 10-5 record, striving for that elusive playoff win that has been haunting them.
Finally we have the entertaining Dallas Cowboys who can’t be talked up enough. Their superstar rookies Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliot have been nothing short of ridiculous. There is the storyline of the passing of the torch in less than deserving ways as Tony Romo was forcibly removed by injury in preseason. There is no team hotter in the NFL than the Dallas Cowboys, whether you’d like to hear that or not. They are the NFC’s leading contender and there looks like no sign of them stopping.
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