Cowboys rookie Ezekiel Elliott has been one of the most productive running backs in the NFL this year, but he may not be the one who deserves most of the credit.
Bengals cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones, who has been watching plenty of tape of the Cowboys’ offense in preparation for their Sunday meeting, says that the real credit should go to the Cowboys’ offensive line.
“If you go back and look at some of the film, some of the holes are so wide open that my little girl could run through there,” Jones told Katherine Terrell of ESPN.
Jones also said he sees opposing defenses making mistakes that the Bengals won’t make.
“I think a couple teams they played were very undisciplined when it comes to gaps,” Jones said. “But I take my hat off to the guy, he’s been playing pretty good.”
Most would say Elliott, with 412 yards through four games, has been more than “pretty good.” But the Cowboys’ line may be even better than that.