Ezekiel Elliott of the Patriots says he’s “still got it” after rolling back the clock within a win against the Steelers.

Ezekiel Elliott of the Patriots says he’s “still got it” after rolling back the clock within a win against the Steelers.

I think Ezekiel Elliott ought to play there more often. Elliott had a total of 209 yards and three touchdowns as a rookie. One of his touchdowns was the game-winning score in the Cowboys win over the Steelers.

Elliott turned back time on Thursday night by rushing for 140 yards and a touchdown and helping New England beat Pittsburgh 21–18.

After helping the Patriots end their five-game losing streak, Elliott, who is still only 28, showed that he still has a lot of life left in in him.

“We needed a lot of this, man,” Elliott told NFL Media after the game with a smile. “This was exactly what we needed. It’s been a while since we had a win, therefore it’s great over these guys to make the trip out and get this one.

Elliott had more work to do Thursday night because Rhamondre Stevenson wasn’t playing. He answered by running 22 times for 68 yards and catching eight passes for 72 yards, such as a touchdown catch of 11 yards in the first series of the game.

Elliott not only scored, but he also made a smart play late within the third quarter when New England had a 21-10 lead.

After Mykal Walker picked away Bailey Zappe deep within Patriots territory, he made a tackle that stopped the score. The stop led to a turnover in downs for New England’s defense.

Elliott said during the stop, “I just have to go execute that play.” “I know what kind of defense we have.”

Man, those guys are tough. I thought they would do a good job, perhaps keeping them to three points, but they turned the ball over on downs instead. “Good job, defense! I admire those guys.”

Elliott may not be at the same level of play as he was when he was at his best with the Cowboys, but Thursday night proved that he can still make a big difference in a game.

The win further demonstrated how determined he and his friends are in what has been a difficult season over New England.

The New England Patriots score three touchdowns in the first half on Thursday night in Pittsburgh, even though not many people thought they would.

But they beat the Steelers 21–18 at Acrisure Stadium and scored three goals in the first half. It was their third win this season.

The attack was very strong in the first half, but it slowed down a lot in the last 30 minutes. The Patriots were lucky that their defense played even better, especially against the run. In five straight games, this team has kept the other team to 20 goals or less.

Zeke, who is 28 years old, may have been New England’s backup this year since Dallas cut him last offseason. This would have made him fresher in December than normal.

He had to play a big role for the Patriots this week, though, since starting defensive back Rhamondre Stevenson hurt his ankle and can’t play.

About 90% of the snaps were played by him, and on an 11-yard catch, he scored the Patriots’ first touchdown for the night to get the National Football League’s lowest-scoring team going. In the end, he ran with the ball 21 times over 68 yards as well as caught seven passes as well.

Elliott was in charge of all of New England’s running plays except for two Bailey Zappe scrambles and a quarterback sneak.

He was also strong enough to run a total of five times for 23 yards near the end of the game, if the Steelers’ defenders knew he was going to get the ball.

As a whole, he only gained 3.1 yards per run, but his hard work in between the tackles was a big part of the Patriots’ win in a game where scores were going to be key.

The New England Patriots learned the way to win a football game again when they beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 21–18 on Thursday Night Football. Last week, the Los Angeles Chargers shut out the Patriots.

In the first half, Patriots quarterback Bailey Zappe looked like he was in a good mood as he ran the game well against the Steelers.

In 10 plays, Zappe led the Patriots seventy-five yards down the field, where they scored their first touchdown of the season on their first drive.

Running runner Ezekiel Elliott was found by Zappe and scored from 11 yards out, giving them a quick lead.

Zappe said, “My teammates helped me a lot, that’s where my confidence comes from.” “They earned today, so it’s great to be able to share this moment in these guys while enjoying the game we did.”