Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott has been hearing all the chatter amid the team's struggles in the 2020 NFL season. The former Ohio State Buckeye then clapped back at the talking heads and remained adamant on his desire to focus on the more important things regarding his career, per Clarence Hill Jr.

Elliott has yet to find his momentum on the gridiron as he is just limited to a total of 832 rushing yards on 211 carries with five scoring touchdowns in 13 appearances this season. In fact, his best performance this season only came against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 11 with 103 yards on 21 touches.

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His woes on the field eventually dampened the team's campaign where they are currently settling for a 5-9 tally and second in the lowly NFC East through Week 15. Perhaps, Elliott won't be on the receiving end of hate from hecklers if he didn't sign a lucrative six-year, $90 million contract extension back in 2019.

The Cowboys' decision to extend Elliott on a lucrative deal also received criticism back then, considering the short shelf life of running backs in the league. Ultimately, his huge paycheck demanded a higher level of productivity from him to which he failed to deliver for the Cowboys as of late.

Due to his nagging calf injury, the three-time Pro Bowler is deemed questionable for the team's Week 16 tilt against the Philadelphia Eagles which could make or break their postseason aspirations this season. If he gets to suit up in their coming game, Ezekiel Elliott aims to finish his 2020 campaign on a strong note and finally silence his haters for good, or at least until they get irked on the next thing.