Dalvin Cook Escorted Out Of The Field Against Panthers

Dalvin Cook
Dalvin Cook

Dalvin Cook, the player of Minnesota Vikings proved to be the key player of the team throughout the entire season. Unfortunately, Dalvin Cook was met with a leg injury during the matchup of Week 12 that was being played against the Carolina Panthers during the 3rd quarter.

Jeremy Chinn successfully made a touchdown owing to the injured leg of Cook after that fumble. Cook was seen in a lot of pain after the fumble and remained slouched on his knees. Ultimately, he had to be carried off the ground and had to be helped on his way out.

Dalvin Cook had to jog to the Vikings bench in order to loosen his injured leg and re-enter the game before finally leaving due to great pain. There was no injury status made by the Vikings. As a result, Cook easily re-joined the game during the 3rd quarter.

Dalvin Cook Status

Dalvin Cook made a re-entry in the game as he led the scrimmage yards of NFL at 1,303, hastening touchdowns at 13, rushing yards for each game at 118.8, first downs at 38, and rushed over 10 yards at 30. Cook has been ranked at second position with 1,069 yards of rushing in the NFL as Derrick Henry is at the first position.

Dalvin Cook’s scrimmage yards are at 2,957 while touchdowns stand at 26, both of which are the highest in the entire 2019 season of NFL. Cook’s rushing yards are at 2,204 along with each game rushing yards standing at 95.8 which is being led by Henry across the scoreboard. Cook’s rushing touchdowns are at 13 which is easily the highest ever among the players of Vikings teams in Week 11.