Ezekiel Elliott, New England Patriots (Week 1)
Former Dallas Cowboys star/current New England Patriots mercenary Ezekiel Elliott plays his best against the Eagles. Versus every other team, he averages 4.3 yards per carry. In the 12 games that Zeke has faced Philadelphia, he has crafted a 4.9-yards-per-carry average while scoring seven touchdowns. That's better than Boston Scott's 4.8 yards-per-carry average versus the hated New York Giants.
Yes friends... Zeke may have filled out a change of address form, but he is still public enemy number one.
On Monday, August 14th, Zeke signed a one-year $6 million deal with the New England Patriots, and buddy... That sure does feel like the Patriots paid him a king's ransom in preparation for one game in particular, ‘Tom Brady Appreciation Day’ in Week 1.
Boston Scott v. New York Giants
Zeke v. Philadelphia Eagles
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He’s a boogieman with a binge eating disorder, and he won’t go away. The dream scenario would’ve been that he re-signed with Dallas, giving them no choice but to play him much more (in other games) than they should because Jerry Jones, as a general manager, is a dumb-dumb, and we all know that he would have done that.
The main reason Zeke is on this All-Villain team is because of his performance, but let’s not forget that he has also made questionable decisions off the field. Trust and believe he deserves the black hat we have given him.