If you are using total number of yards after contact as a barometer then we should compare it to number of rushing attempts. The more rushing attempts you have the more chances you have to obtain yards after contact. We know Zeke isn’t explosive with big plays but the offset of that is he is pushing piles and falling forward gaining the extra, tough yards. I don’t see him excelling at that. Sure he’s close to top 5ish but shouldn’t he be hands down the best at yards after contact?