If he’s smart he will take the veteran minimum to be a rotation back for a team like the chiefs. Even though his slow, plodding, can’t catch style doesn’t fit their offense.Retirement might be a good option for him with the money he has made. I don't think that it is worth it for him to play. The risk reward doesn't add up for him.
People watch film.
More of the deep in-depth analysis I've come to expect here.I wouldn't be shocked if he didn't play next season.
Dude is beyond done.
Smith certainly wasn't the same back after the 1995 season, but the difference here is Zeke has had 3 sub par seasons in a row and he's just looking worse each season.More of the deep in-depth analysis I've come to expect here.
If you want to have some fun go compare Zeke's 7th year numbers to Emmitt's 7th year numbers.
The big difference is Emmitt played with a championship team and Zeke played with Dak Prescott and some jersey sellers.
Embrace mediocrity.Going to get a barrage of hate for saying this, but let's say the market for Zeke isn't there. Which is likely.
Would having him back at the veteran's minimum just to serve a minimal role hurt? Maybe use him in goal line or short yardage situations?