Dalvin Cook’s 2019 Resolution:
Coming into 2018, it was expected that Cook would pick up where he left off. But that didn’t happen after he injured his hamstring in the overtime draw against Green Bay in Week 2.
From there, his 2018 season was up and down as he tried to ramp things up for a return a little too soon, which promptly ended with him being shut back down.
When the smoke cleared, Cook did wind up with some decent stats (133 carries, 615 yards, 40 catches, 305 yards, four total touchdowns) that were on par with his rookie year, but his inconsistent availability hurt the Vikings throughout the season.
Cook is a dynamic player that can make a big difference in Minnesota’s offense. If he can stay on the field, it should go a long way toward ailing the team’s issues in 2019.