Ezekiel Elliott will play at least Cowboys' next two games
Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott's hearing in the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals is scheduled for October 2.
Elliott will be eligible to play for at least the next two games as he awaits the appeal trial. If the NFL wins their motion to stay the suspension, Elliott could be forced to serve his six-game suspension beginning in Week 5.
After putting up a career-low eight rushing yards on nine carries in Week 2, our models project Elliott to rebound with 18.6 FanDuel points at a cost of $8,800 against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.
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