Ezekiel Elliott pokes fun at Cowboys teammate Dak Prescott with TD celebration
Last week, everybody was talking about Dak Prescott’s unorthodox warmup routine.
It was something unlike what you see from most football players. The Dallas Cowboys quarterback — and former Mississippi State standout — simulated his pocket movement while pretending to hold a football. And instead of normal movement, he violently twisted his hips, which led to many pointing it out on social media:
— NFL (@NFL) November 11, 2019
Well, that wasn’t the end of Prescott’s routine for the Cowboys. In fact, this time it made it into a game. And it wasn’t because of the former Bulldog himself.
During Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions, Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott caught a touchdown pass from Prescott in the fourth quarter. And instead of a typical celebration routine, Elliott broke out the Dak dance:
— Kevin Boilard (@247KevinBoilard) November 17, 2019
Elliott and Prescott were having fun, and it led to success for Dallas. The Cowboys notched a 35-27 road win over the Lions to improve to 6-4 this season.