Ezekiel Elliott Takes Blame For Cowboys' Loss

Ezekiel Elliott Takes Blame For Cowboys' Loss

Ezekiel Elliott Takes Blame For Cowboys' Loss

Defensively, safety Bradley MacDougald continued to be a force to be reckoned with, and his key tackles and pass deflection may have earned him this spot for the second time this season if his counterpart wasn't a likely Hall of Famer.

Dallas appeared to even things up on its next possession with a touchdown pass from Dak Prescott to Ezekiel Elliott, but Elliott had stepped out of bounds before making the catch, nullifying the play and forcing the Cowboys to settle for a 50-yard Brett Maher field goal.

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The Cowboys represent a significant opponent for the Seahawks and Thomas, as they were connected in trade rumors this offseason. "If they were invested in me, I would be out there practicing", Thomas said, per The Seattle Times. "Me being a leader on the team, me being a better player on this team, I got to do a better job of taking care of the ball". Elliott had 127 yards on 16 carries. "I'm just speaking on our go-to concepts or go-to beaters or whatever it may be that we didn't get to". He chased down Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett following a game previous year, telling the head coach "come get me", and engaged in an offseason holdout this past summer.

Meanwhile, Wilson had the kind of protection that's been absent most of the season. Heath's replacement, Kavon Frazier, was late to rotate over and Lockett went untouched, high-stepping the final few yards for a 14-3 lead. A first-down run by Carson helped get the Seahawks to the 2-minute warning, and he passed 100 yards rushing as Seattle was able to lock up the victory.

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