As a fan of the Dallas Cowboys, I have to say I was stoked when they selected Ezekiel Elliot with the 4th pick in this years NFL draft. I understand that drafting lineman is an important part of the game, but it's always more exciting when your team drafts a star college offensive player. I'm not going to pretend I follow college football at all, because I don't. But it was impossible not to notice all the hype surrounding Elliot. Everyone seems to think that that he is poised for a great year behind the best offensive line in football but I'm not quite sold yet. All the analysts and fans forget that he is going to be a rookie. Nothing in the NFL is a guarantee and sometimes takes years before draft picks pan out the way everyone thought they would. Most of the great running backs in today's game weren't even top 10 picks. Both Le'veon Bell and Matt Forte were both second round picks. Tony Romo also has had a bad history of injuries the past few years. If he were to be injured and miss significant time, teams will game plan more to stop Elliot which would make it harder for him to have big games. He also has to live up to an enormous amount of pressure. I believe that he'll have a solid rookie year, but living up to the expectations put on him will be a huge challenge. I just hope that he can handle the added pressure that comes with playing in Dallas.