In the Dallas cowboy’s fabulous win against the Bears, tony pollard played a significant role. In this game, Pollard rushed for 151 yards and performed three touchdowns off just 14 carries. Bear’s defence was unable to stop pollard or cowboys offence players and gave up 49 points in a 49-29 defeat.
Cowboys veteran running back Ezekiel Elliott is dealing with a knee injury. He was injured last Sunday during the victory over the Detroit Lions and was unable to practise the following week. Tony Pollard played the best game of his career on Sunday against the Bears. In the Cowboys’ 49-29 victory of the Bears, Pollard rushed for 131 yards and three rushing TDS in only 14 carries.
Elliott declared that it doesn’t matter whether Pollard or he leads the way after the Cowboys’ victory by raising an imaginary Lombardi Trophy in the air. Ezekiel Elliott, Tony Pollard’s backfield teammate, has praised pollard by saying one-word “PlayMaker” after he had the best game of his career on Sunday against the bears.
According to Elliott, who was quoted by Jori Epstein of Yahoo Sports, ” winning is the only thing I care about at the end of this NFL season. I want to be holding up that Lombardi. We all have the same objective, which is the success of this team.
In Week 8, Tony took charge of the team’s offence while Zeke rested from a sprained knee and proved himself with a fantastic play.
After the game end up with the victory of cowboys coach Mike McCarthy said that the target was to get the ball into Pollard’s hands at least 20 times during the game. He admitted, “Truthfully, he may have reached 30 if the game had taken a different route. Tony has the home-run speed and is a very focused runner. He can run inside the tackles really well, but then when he moves on the boundary he’s dangerous because he can complete the run by breaking tackles.”
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