MINNEAPOLIS – – The Minnesota Vikings lost half back Dalvin Cook to a shoulder injury in the second from last quarter of Sunday’s 28-24 win over the Detroit Lions.
Vikings mentor Kevin O’Connell said after the game Cook will be everyday.
“We’ll run a few tests and ought to have an opportunity to ideally get him turned over,” O’Connell said. “… After we scored [their last touchdown], I asked him how he was doing, and he said, ”I’ll be out there the following week.’ We’ll give what’s all for Dalvin and ensure that [the group’s clinical staff] go with those choices.”
Cook experienced the injury with 48 seconds staying in the second from last quarter in the wake of acquiring 2 yards on a running play. He then bungled and should have been visible gripping his upper chest region while on the ground.
Vikings clinical authorities analyzed Cook in the blue clinical tent, and keeping in mind that he stayed on the sideline in the wake of arising, the Vikings immediately controlled him out of the game.
Cook had been partaking in his most impressive performance of the time, having scrambled for 96 yards and a score on 17 conveys. He was supplanted by reinforcement Alexander Mattison.
Cook has been one of the NFL’s most useful running backs throughout the course of recent years, yet wounds have eased back him on occasion. A torn upper leg tendon finished his tenderfoot season after four games, and he has never played a full supplement of games in a season.
Before Sunday, he had begun gradually in O’Connell’s new hostile plan, acquiring 107 yards on 26 conveys in two games.