Dalvin Cook Fantasy

Dalvin Cook Fantasy Stats

Healthy
Height / Weight
5'10" / 210 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
August 10, 1995 (23)
Experience
3rd Season
Drafted
2017 / Rd. 2 / Pk. 41 (MIN)
College
Florida State
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Dalvin Cook Could Break Out In 2019

Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook could thrive in 2019 with Gary Kubiak joining the team as an offensive assistant who is expected to implement a zone running scheme. Cook tore his ACL early in his rookie season and missed six games in 2018, so he should surpass his career numbers if he can just stay healthy. On his 207 attempts in his two seasons, Cook has run for 969 yards and caught 51 passes for 395 yards for six total touchdowns. Kubiak's offense will likely give Cook a more defined role in the offense. Quarterback Kirk Cousins should be under center a lot more in 2019 instead of in the shotgun, and Cook did much better with Cousins under center in 2018. A better offensive line and more efficiency out of Cook would also help. Because of his injuries, Cook can probably be had at some point in the second round as a low-end RB1 with potential to outperform his draft slot if he stays healthy.

over 2 months ago
Dalvin Cook is Slowed Down in Week 17

Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook closes out his injury prone 2018 season on a disappointing note. Cook rushed 11 times for 39 yards and caught four passes for 21 yards in the 24-10 loss to the Bears. Cook's durability is going to be the biggest concern going forward. He has the potential to be a star running back, but can't seem to stay on the field. We'll see if his luck changes next season.

3 months ago
Dalvin Cook Posts Useful Line In Win

Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook had another productive outing on Sunday, rushing 16 times for 73 yards and adding three catches on three targets for 35 receiving yards in the 27-9 win over the Detroit Lions. As with the entire offense, Cook started this game slowly as the Lions kicked field goals and the Vikings' drives were stalling fast. However, Cook was force-fed the ball as the Vikings took the lead and looked to salt the clock away, and he did the most with his touches. This is the third straight game in which Cook has averaged 4.2 YPC or better. Cook will face a much stiffer test in Week 17 against the top-tier defense of the Chicago Bears - consider him a mid-range RB2 for that contest.

4 months ago