After Sunday's victory, Jerry Jones announces his choice about Ezekiel Elliott.

For the first time this season, the Dallas Cowboys offense looked like its former selves in their 49-29 victory over the Chicago Bears,

owing in large part to an outstanding performance from running back Tony Pollard. Will Pollard's ascent signal Ezekiel Elliott's decline, though?

Ezekiel Elliott, who was injured and unable to play, was replaced as the game's first-string quarterback by Pollard.

With 131 rushing yards and three touchdowns and an average of over nine yards per carry, he responded to the bigger role.

Jerry Jones, the owner of the Cowboys, was questioned following the game about if the outcome would affect who the team's starting running back would be going forward. 

Fans of the Dallas Cowboys won't mind who catches the ball as long as it constantly finds the end zone. However, Pollard's ascent is undoubtedly keeping things intriguing in Dallas.

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