Elliott had a down year by his standards, finishing No. 11 in half-PPR with the No. 16 per game average. Since he did struggle with injuries, there are some who wonder if he’s starting to decline. He turns 26 years old this summer, so I wouldn’t worry too much about that, especially since he was the No. 4 running back through the first four weeks while Dak Prescott was still healthy. In fact, in the 21 games over the past two seasons with a healthy Prescott, Elliott has generated 18.3 fantasy points per game (half-PPR). That would have been the fifth-highest production at his position last season.