Ezekiel Elliott is on the verge of making Dallas Cowboys' history, and he is doing it with his fair share of support.
The Dallas Cowboys' running back currently leads the NFL with 1,005 rushing yards this season, and is a mere 2 yards shy of the Cowboys' rookie rushing record.
The record is currently held by Hall of Fame running back Tony Dorsett who set the Cowboys' rookie rushing record in 1977, running for 1,007 yards en route to capturing Offensive Rookie of the Year honors.
With Elliott almost certain to break Dorsett's record Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens, the four-time Pro Bowler offered his blessing to Elliott, and will be in attendance to watch his 39-year old record be broken.
Elliott will look to lead his team to another record on Sunday, as the Cowboys look to win a record ninth consecutive game.
It appears greatness begets greatness.
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