Cowboys rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott leaps over Green Bay defenders Sunday on his way to 157 yards, his fourth straight game with at least 130 yards.
Cowboys rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott leaps over Green Bay defenders Sunday on his way to 157 yards, his fourth straight game with at least 130 yards. Mike Roemer AP
Cowboys rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott leaps over Green Bay defenders Sunday on his way to 157 yards, his fourth straight game with at least 130 yards. Mike Roemer AP

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