The 2017 season wasn’t a banner one for Jerry Jones’ Dallas Cowboys and second-year running back Ezekiel Elliott, who spent six games on suspension. The team did finish above .500 but missed the playoffs and struggled down the stretch, especially during Elliott’s suspension. In particular, second-year quarterback Dak Prescott was the person most affected during that second half as he worked through a dreaded sophomore slump. Looking back at the season, Jones reflected on how Elliott’s suspension hurt the entire team and noted the young running back needs to “learn” and “evolve” going forward.
Jerry Jones: Ezekiel Elliott must 'evolve' and 'learn' from suspension
Sportsnaut | Jan 2