Emmitt Smith, "annoyed," rips the Dallas Cowboys over Tony Pollard and Ezekiel Elliott's moves.

Emmitt Smith disapproves of the Dallas Cowboys' management of the running back position, claiming that they treated Ezekiel Elliott and Tony Pollard improperly both on the field and in the summer.

The Dallas Cowboys are a 4-2 club going into their bye week with a lot of questions. Most significantly, the offence is still mourning the departure of offensive coordinator Kellen Moore despite playing well in Monday's 20-17 victory. 

Running back Tony Pollard has been reduced to a shell by the "Texas Coast" offence, which is neither effective nor explosive enough to score frequently.

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From 5.2 to 3.9, Pollard's yards per attempt have decreased. In contrast to last year, when an astonishing 8.9% of his efforts gained at least 15 yards, just 4.2% will in 2023. He intends to force

The Cowboys basically made Pollard into the former starting running back that he supplanted, Ezekiel Elliott, by elevating him to the position of workhorse back.

Emmitt Smith, a hall of fame Dallas running back, said that he should be relied upon even more. He began his assessment by criticising quarterback Dak Prescott.

"Dallas doesn't have a Mahomes. Smith remarked, "You got a Dak Prescott. "That quarterback is effective enough to pass the ball 35, maybe 40, times each game."

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