'Tis the season of giving, and Ezekiel Elliott knew exactly what to give to the offensive line that helped him become the best rookie running back in Dallas Cowboys history. After snapping the Cowboys' rookie single-season rushing mark of 1,007 yards, set by Tony Dorsett in 1977, Elliott has his sights set on Eric Dickerson’s all-time record. However, none of this would've been possible without the hard work of his big guys up front every week. So, Zeke shelled out some serious cash to show them how much they are appreciated.
Elliott bought eight John Deere 855D S4 Crossovers, which start at $16,099, according to TMZ Sports, and gave them to his linemen earlier today.
Before unveiling what he got for his linemen, Elliott hyped up the present, calling it "the best gift in gifts history." After seeing what Zeke got for them, they not only seemed more than pleased with the 21-year-old's outside-of-the-box present; they even took them out on a little joy ride around the practice facility. With the No. 1 seed in the NFC already locked up, the O-line may feel like they can take it easy over the next three weeks and play with their new toys. But be safe out there, guys.
Elliott needs 258 rushing yards in his final two games to surpass Dickerson's rookie record.
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