The Dallas Cowboys expect Ezekiel Elliott to eventually be the best running back in football, otherwise they would not have used the No. 4 overall pick in the draft on him. According to one beat reporter, Elliott needs to get into better shape if he wants to live up to that price tag.

Bryan Broaddus, who covers the Cowboys for the team’s official website, was asked by a Twitter followed on Tuesday if he thinks Elliott is experiencing a learning curve. Broaddus sees a different issue.

Elliott has rushed for just 134 yards on 41 carries. He has two touchdowns, but he has also fumbled twice. He has already been critical of his own performance.