The on-again, off-again six-game suspension of Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott is back on after U.S. District Court Judge Katherine P. Failla denied the NFL Players Association’s request for a preliminary injunction in its case against the NFL. As of now, the Cowboys have to plan on being without their All-Pro running back when they take on the Kansas City Chiefs (6-2) on Sunday. According to All-Pro offensive guard Zack Martin, it will be business as usual for the Dallas offense. “It really doesn’t,” Martin said on Tuesday when asked if anything changes for the Cowboys’ offense without Elliott (via SportsDay on Dallasnews.com). “We’re going to run the exact same plays. Everyone is going to know what we’re running and it’s just whether or not we can execute for these guys to make plays.” To replace Elliott, the Cowboys will go with a combination of Alfred Morris, Darren McFadden and Rod Smith.
Cowboys plan to run ‘same plays’ on offense without Ezekiel Elliott
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