Ezekiel Elliott is having quite a rookie season.
Pro Football Focus released its midseason All-Pro team and at running back is Ezekiel Elliott, the rookie out of Ohio State.
Elliott, the No. 4 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, is the league's leading rusher.
Running back: Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas Cowboys, 82.8
Rookie Ezekiel Elliott is aided by having the best offensive line in the game paving the way for his success, but he has shown the ability to make things happen on his own and gain valuable yards after contact. Elliott has strong grades in every facet of the game, including pass blocking, which has allowed him to be on the field for almost 400 snaps and surrender just three QB hurries over the season.
Elliott is the only Cowboys' player to make PFF's first-team, but Cole Beasley, Travis Frederick and Zack Martin were all second-team nominees.
You can view PFF's full team here.