Every Dalvin Cook Play Against New Orleans | Saints vs. Vikings | NFL Wk 1 Player Highlights


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Published: 1 year ago
Check out every touch by Minnesota Vikings rookie running back Dalvin Cook as he faces off against the New Orleans Saints in Week 1 of the 2017 NFL Season.

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He's absolutely useless.

6 months ago

Our man ... Go Noles.

10 months ago

I live in Minnesota

11 months ago

Image if he had blocking

1 year ago

Zone runs for days. Love it.

1 year ago

The guy is getting plummed.

1 year ago

hope this guy comes back just as good in 2018.

1 year ago

Man I sure do hate seeing my boy Dalvin having a tough time out there, but man is he working his ass off. He's still qualified to be a college student and he's going up against grown ass men and he's still doing well. Give him a few more years to grow up and he will be way better than he is now.

1 year ago

Saints run d made some good plays as well

1 year ago

Oline did a good job protecting Bradford from a blitz happy Saints team. They weren't so good blocking for Cook.

1 year ago

I hope that Dalvin can remain healthy for the whole year to see what kind of numbers he can put up. A.P will be a distant memory in many Viking fans real soon . LOL

1 year ago

His feet look so quick, and I agree if the line was better he would of had a bigger day.

1 year ago

Some of those could've been more positive with better vision

1 year ago

A.J. Klein tackled him on almost all of his runs. That's pretty impressive actually.

1 year ago

#1 that Minnesota line was trash. #2 did you see that LB run Cook down? Damn... The NFL is FAST! I like Cook tho... Great back.

1 year ago

This looked just like Cook's FSU tape. I just watched Hunt's performance against the Patriots, and I can definitively say that, while maybe the Saints aren't a "good" defense on aggregate, their run defense this week was significantly more disciplined than the Patriots' run defense was. The Patriots' run defense routinely displayed poor tackling technique, was late diagnosing simple plays, and mysteriously vacated defensive assignments. Hunt is a perfectly fine player, but his performance was elevated by the poor play of the Patriots' defense.

In this game, the Saints' defensive personnel diagnosed plays quickly, generally tackled well, and maintained their defensive run discipline. Cook ran hard and took what room was available early on. His two big runs showcased his excellent acceleration and speed. Specifically, on his second run, he showed special ability; he utilized a subtle jab step back inside to freeze the flowing perimeter defenders before flipping his hips and cutting back to the right and accelerating upfield. There are only a handful of players who have the vision, footwork and acceleration to make this entire move. Kareem Hunt, for comparison, probably gets contacted at about the 35-yard line; Cook is contacted at the 17-yard line.

I think Cook is on his way to being a very good running back. He lacks the bulk and natural power to be a "hammer" the way that AD or Fournette is, but I think he's showed throughout his collegiate career and pro debut that he has the proper mentality and vision to be a complete runner.

1 year ago

He might not have the same power as ap, but I saw a kid who was not afraid of contact and was lowering his shoulder and always falling foreword

1 year ago

he's good but the nfl speed getting to him couple plays that would've been for sure touchdowns in college

1 year ago

Nole nation

1 year ago

With better o-line protection he will be unstoppable

1 year ago

Glad I snatched him up on my fantasy team

1 year ago

He's gonna be a very nice player. It would be interesting to see what he could do with a good O line

1 year ago