Ezekiel Elliott is best known for his crop top and happy trail, while Dak Prescott is known for his smile and good looks. The two are a perfect match. This week they were busy with charity events. Read on and checkout the fun photos…
This week Ezekiel Elliott and Dak Prescott were spotted snacking and showing off their skills at the #reliantHRD Home Run Derby fund raiser baseball game at the Dr. Pepper Ballpark. Also in attendance was Dez Bryant, Travis Frederick, and Daniel Whittle.
The Reliant HRD writes:
“Zeke and Dak were helping raise some money for The Salvation Army at the Reliant Home Run Derby.”
“Proud to have raised $50,000 for @salarmydfw in partnership with the @dallascowboys!Thanks to everyone who came out and supported the #ReliantHRD!”
Zeke was spotted snaking like a “phat boi” and showing off his crop top and happy trail while posing with John Daly. Zeke and Dak once again put their athletic abilities to work.
Ezekiel Elliott and Dak Prescott and Dez Bryant, three of the hottest hunks that play for Dallas were at the Dallas Cowboys Golf Classic earlier today.
“We’re family on and off the field! Brother hood we ride and play for each other! The Dallas Cowboys Golf Classic! #dallascowboysgolfclassic #dezbryant #dez #88dezbryant #ezekielelliott #zeke #dakprescott #dak #dallascowboys #cowboysnation”
The Cowboys are so Hollywood they don’t even know it. #Classic
FanSided Weighs In:
The way Prescott was able to win the starting role over veteran quarterback Tony Romo was an unbelievable storyline last season. And with Romo now transitioning into retirement and a television gig, all eyes are now solely on Dak in Dallas.
Can the 2016 AP NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year repeat or even improve on what was a terrific first season? One where Prescott lead the Cowboys to a 13-3 regular season record, home field advantage throughout the playoffs and a first round bye.
Can Prescott improve on his amazing 23 to four touchdown to interception ratio? Or improve his 104.9 passer rating, that was good enough for third best in the NFL last season? Can Dak up his 67.8% completion percentage, fourth highest among his peers in 2016?
“Continue to do what got me here, don’t change a thing now. I got here by hard work, trusting in others and being selfless, and I just got to continue to do that no matter what the circumstances are — [Romo] in the NFL; him not in the NFL; this is my team or not. Just continue to do what I’ve done.”
Here is what Tim Cowlishaw, sports columnist for SportsDayDFW.com had to say:
“Yes. I don’t know that the Cowboys think in terms of having Zeke seven or eight years. I don’t know that Arizona thinks of David Johnson that way, either. Get all you can while you can — that is the NFL mentality toward backs today. And, realistically, the Cowboys would be a better team in 2017 if they throw the ball to Zeke more. I think it was nuts to see him going out on third downs last year in favor of Lance Dunbar.”
“That’s a more serious threat? Did the Cowboys not see the 83-yard screen pass against Pittsburgh? So, yes, they will use him heavily and whether or not he gets a big deal after this first contract may be up to other teams. Perhaps the Cowboys will view the DeMarco Murray situation as a mistake and want to keep him but that’s too far down the road to know.”
Here are more photos of Zeke and Dak: