Part of the reason why Ezekiel Elliott is likely going to run away with the NFL’s offensive rookie of the year award and why the Cowboys have home field advantage throughout the playoffs is their amazing offensive line.

The Cowboys offensive line has been the lynchpin for their success this season. Elliott is continuing the tradition of gifts for his offensive linemen, and like his running style, he’s going all out:

Those are John Deere all terrain vehicles, which cost about $16,000 each. That’s not cheap, even for Elliott, who is on a rookie salary. But considering how much of his success can be contributed to his offensive line, $16,000 times 10 or so seems like a drop in the bucket.

Naturally, Elliott had to take one of the new toys out for a spin to show the boys how to use them.

It’s been a great season for the Cowboys from September until now, and the most valuable unit in the entire league is now having a great holiday season as well.

[CBS Sports]

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