• Dalvin Cook
  • RB
  • , Minnesota Vikings
  • 25
  • 210 lbs
  • 5' 10"
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Scouting report

by Jordan Heck

MIN RB Dalvin Cook - Week 15 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 15 at Los Angeles Chargers

Dalvin Cook wasn't dominant last week like we thought he would be, but he still had a great game with 75 scrimmage yards and a touchdown. He's now scored in all but two games this season while averaging 123 scrimmage yards. He faces the Chargers this week, but honestly it doesn't matter what the matchup is. Cook has been too dominate to even consider benching him. He should be viewed as a must-start RB1.

by Jordan Heck

MIN RB Dalvin Cook - Week 14 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 14 vs. Detroit Lions

Dalvin Cook wasn't able to finish out last week's game, but he still gave fantasy owners 64 scrimmage yards and a touchdown. He's been limited in practice this week with a chest injury, but coach Mike Zimmer said he expects Cook to play. If he's active, he'll get a great matchup against the Lions who are allowing the third-most fantasy points to running backs. He ran for 142 yards and two touchdowns when he played them earlier in the season, so expect a strong performance assuming he's active. He should be viewed as an RB1.

by Jordan Heck

MIN RB Dalvin Cook - Week 13 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 13 at Seattle Seahawks

Dalvin Cook easily had his worst game of the season last week, rushing 11 times for just 26 yards. He managed to add value as a receiver, catching five passes for 31 yards. He also found the endzone for the 11th time this season. So even when Cook struggles, he still finds a way to be productive. He gets another tough matchup this week against the Seahawks who have allowed the sixth-fewest rushing yards to backs this season. Still, Cook has been too dominant to even consider benching him. He's a must-start RB1 in Week 13.

by Jordan Heck

MIN RB Dalvin Cook - Week 11 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 11 vs. Denver Broncos

Dalvin Cook had another ridiculous game last week as he led Minnesota in rushing and receiving. He ran 26 times for 97 yards and a touchdown while also catching seven passes for 86 yards, a total of 183 scrimmage yards. Cook is already just nine yards shy of 1,000 rushing yards on the season while also having 424 receiving yards. It's remarkable what he's been able to do in 2019. He should be viewed as a must-start RB1 in a solid matchup against the Broncos.

by Jordan Heck

MIN RB Dalvin Cook - Week 10 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 10 at Dallas Cowboys

It's incredible how consistent Dalvin Cook has been in 2019. He finished with 116 scrimmage yards last week and has now scored double-digit fantasy points (PPR format) in every game this season. He's finished with at least 100 scrimmage yards in every game but two and has scored a touchdown in every game but two. He gets a solid matchup this week against the Cowboys as his high levels of production should continue. You should view him as a must-start RB1 in Week 10.

by Jordan Heck

MIN RB Dalvin Cook - Week 9 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 9 at Kansas City Chiefs

Dalvin Cook had yet another strong game as he finished with 171 scrimmage yards (98 rushing, 73 receiving) and a touchdown. He's third in the league in rushing yards per game (102.9) all while also having 293 receiving yards. He's even scored in every game but one so far this season. Cook is an easy must-start every week at this point, but even more so in Week 9 as he gets a favorable matchup against the Chiefs. Kansas City is allowing 145 rushing yards per game, which is third-highest in the league. K.C. has also allowed 10 total touchdowns to the running back position. This is all a long-winded way of saying start Dalvin Cook.

by Jordan Heck

MIN RB Dalvin Cook - Week 8 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 8 vs. Washington Redskins

Dalvin Cook had another strong game, which is somewhat surprising considering Kirk Cousins and Minnesota's passing attack has thrived. Cook carried the ball 25 times last week for 142 yards and two touchdowns. He's now ran for 100 or more yards in five of his seven games this season while scoring in all but one. He's already a must-play start, but he becomes an elite option this week in a favorable matchup against the Redskins. He could easily be the highest-scoring running back this week. Start him with confidence.

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