Cowboys video: Ezekiel Elliott pulls off the Dak Prescott dance after TD vs. Lions
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Video: Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliott pulls off the Dak Prescott dance after TD vs. Lions

Ezekiel Elliott, Dak Prescott

Dallas Cowboys star running back Ezekiel Elliott scored a 17-yard touchdown off a screen pass from franchise quarterback Dak Prescott (via NFL).

After the score Elliott, 24, broke out the “Dak Dance”—a celebration mimicking his teammate’s viral pregame routine made into a dance.

Prescott’s “dance” was previously emulated cross-sports, with Charlotte Hornets players doing it on Friday.

The fourth-quarter score by Elliott through the air extended Dallas’ lead on the road against the Detroit Lions, pushing the Cowboys up two touchdowns. Zeke previously scored on a goal line, one-yard rush in the first half. This time around, after the screen pass on third down wound up finding the end zone, the Cowboys successfully converted on a two-point conversion.

Rookie rusher Tony Pollard scored the two-pointer, possibly with Elliott exhausted from his touchdown Dak Dance celebration.

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