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Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook gave Vikings fans a message as he revealed his status ahead of Week 4’s showdown with the Browns.
It’s been a whirlwind week for Vikings fans after a thrilling and frankly stunning win over the Seattle Seahawks in Week 3.
After a slow start to the season, with consecutive embarrassing losses, the Vikings seemingly turned a corner against Seattle and did so without the help of arguably the best player in their attack.
Dalvin Cook missed last week’s game with an ankle injury, something that is making fans in Minnesota nervous about their injury-prone pullback and his ability to get back on track this season.
According to NFL Network, the chef is back and Cook will return to the offensive kitchen in week 4.
“Vikings RB Dalvin Cook missed last week with an ankle injury, but he told Tom Pelissero this week that he expects to play,” Ian Rapoport reported. “Maybe he shares the burden a little more than usual with Alexander Mattison.”
Later on Sunday morning, Cook confirmed that he would play against the Browns on Sunday. He also sent a message to Vikings fans in hopes that he would return to action in a crucial matchup.
When healthy, Cook is one of the best running backs in football, but he often struggles with injuries despite consistently playing through them for the greater good of the team. It’s a definite boost to have him back in an attack that has been efficient, if not mediocre.
Being Cook means things like what we saw of him performing in Green Bay last season, or the kind of things that made him a fantasy legend. Minnesota was able to bounce back in week 3 without him, and having him back only means better things in a game that could re-establish the Vikings as NFC playoff contenders.
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