- Case against Elliott: There’s a case to be made that anybody could have success running behind the Cowboys’ all-world offensive line.
- Case for Carr: This season the Raiders have won five games in which they’ve trailed in the fourth quarter.
- Regular-season passing: 231-for-340 (67.9 percent); 2,835 yards; 18 TDs; 2 INTs; 86.0 Total QBR Regular-season rushing: 180 yards; 5 rushing TDs
- Darren McFadden had more than 1,000 yards and averaged 4.4 yards per carry last year in Dallas.
- Regular-season rushing: 243 carries; 1,199 yards; 11 TDs Regular-season receiving : 24 receptions; 303 yards; 1 TD
As brilliant as Tom Brady has been so far this season, the Patriots QB didn’t top the debut edition of our MVP poll. Also, where are Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott?
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