Shiree’s Top Five Entering 2016: Running Backs


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Gone are the days of NFL teams relying heavily on their run game. In such a pass-heavy league, it takes a heavyweight running back to stand out.

Let’s take a look at the top five running backs, ready to pound the ground in 2016:

5. Ezekiel Elliot

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This guy hasn’t even taken a hand-off yet and is already making a statement in the league, and no I’m not talking about with his crop top.

The Dallas Cowboys rookie was a work horse for Ohio State recording ridiculous numbers something to the tune of 23 touchdowns and 1,821 yards. That was just his junior season.

Dallas released DeMarco Murray two seasons ago and has since relied on Darren McFadden to carry the run game for them.

With the addition of a stud like Elliot, it might help to bring balance to the offense and give Tony Romo a much-needed break.

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