"Knowing going into these playoffs, I'm going to have probably the heaviest workload I've had all season so great getting fresh and ready going into this last stretch of the season and ready for what they throw at me," Elliott said, via the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. "I definitely feel very good. Normally after a real game week, I'm not really feeling ready to play until Friday or Saturday but I'm ready to go right now."
Elliott ended the season as the Cowboys' leading rusher and generated the most receptions (77) on the team. In his 15 games played, Zeke earned 25.4 touches per game. It's notable that his season-high 40 touches in Week 14 versus Philadelphia came after a 10-day rest. After giving the RB the week off, he could see a similar workload against Seattle.
"It's hard to make the playoffs in the NFL," Elliott said. "That makes the moment that much more important. I live for these moments. I love it. I can't wait to go out there and compete Saturday night. I think this team is ready."