Is it unethical for the Dallas Cowboys to let Ezekiel Elliott play?
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Is it unethical for the Dallas Cowboys to let Ezekiel Elliott play?

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Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott was granted a brief stay that allows him to play this week against the Kansas City Chiefs. While a technicality, Elliott is legally permitted to play, and if the Cowboys want to put him on the field, they should. Still, allowing Elliott to play is in poor taste considering the seriousness of his alleged actions. What do you think? 🏈

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Ezekiel Elliott and his lawyers know he will be suspended, but it doesn't mean they won't do everything in their power to make things easier for him. Elliott is legally allowed to play on Sunday because there are still legal proceedings Elliot and his lawyers must still go through before a ruling is made. People shouldn't go after him because he had a sound legal strategy allowing him to play.

Elliott is playing opening week because he was permitted to do so. He should continue playing as long as he is legally allowed the chance. Anyone who says they wouldn't make the same decision is lying to themselves.

Dude, just take the L. The sooner Elliott sits, the sooner he can come back, and peak during the end of the regular season. Continuing to play is a bad look, especially considering what he allegedly did. 

It's also bad look for the NFL because it appears the league is valuing money over morals by allowing an alleged domestic abuser on the field before a determination is made. It's disrespectful to kneel during the anthem but not when you batter women? 

Elliott should not be playing this Sunday.

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