Gridiron Heights, Ep. 7: A Rookie Monster Has Players Scared in Town

Andrew Gould@AndrewGould4Featured ColumnistOctober 25, 2016

With Halloween approaching, football's top defenders gathered around the campfire to tell a spooky story about the rookie running back terrorizing the league.

Is the tale of the 2,000-yard rusher only a myth, or is this ball-handling monster for real?

Elsewhere in Gridiron Heights, young quarterbacks Dak Prescott and Carson Wentz go trick-or-treating. Not every veteran, however, is in a giving mood.

The special Halloween edition of Gridiron Heights promises to scare viewers more than a tie game without a single touchdown.

      

Gridiron Heights is a weekly animated series about the NFL on Bleacher Report.

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