Ezekiel Elliott: I can help Giants win Super Bowl in short order

Ezekiel Elliott pictures himself, Eli Manning and Odell Beckham as a Super Bowl-bound, three-headed offensive monster if he falls to the New York Giants with the No. 10 overall pick of the 2016 NFL Draft.

Widely regarded as the top running back prospect available, Elliott could easily be wearing another team's cap by the time the Giants are on the clock. But, from this recent interview with FOX Sports' "The Panel", it's clear Elliott wouldn't mind sliding that far.

"That would definitely be a great spot for me. I could see it now, you know," Elliott said. "Eli, Odell and me, that's a three-headed monster right there. I think we'd give them a run for their money. We could win a Super Bowl pretty early."

Elliott's suggestion begs the question: What other three-headed monsters could be assembled through the draft? Since rookie rushers and receivers could make far more impact than rookie quarterbacks this year, College Football 24/7 came up with three possibilities that don't include the likes of Carson Wentz or Jared Goff:

1) Dallas Cowboys: QB Tony Romo, WR Dez Bryant and Elliott.

OK, so those scenarios would require good health for Romo and continued development for Bridgewater, but that only makes Elliott's own projection arguably the most exciting possibility. And perhaps the least likely, as well. Six of seven NFL Media mock drafts project Elliott won't be available when the Giants pick.

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