Dalvin Cook 2019 Fantasy Outlook

#10 RB Dalvin Cook 2019 Fantasy Outlook

Dalvin Cook (Vikings)

5'10, 210 lbs

Cook might be one of the biggest risks in the draft but offers a huge upside if he can stay healthy. In two seasons, he's only played in 15 games but has 1,364 total yards. The Vikings hired Gary Kubiak to run the offense, and Kubiak has been known to put up huge fantasy numbers for the RB no matter who was toting the rock. which bodes well for the Dalvin Cook 2019 Fantasy Outlook.

Cook has averaged 4.7 yards-per-carry and the new coaching staff will lean on the running game. They drafted the best center in the draft with their first-round pick in Garrett Bradbury, then grabbed a road grading guard in the fourth round in Dru Samia. Cook is a 3 down talent who caught 40 balls in limited action last year so a huge progression will come if he stays healthy.

The Vikings let go of Latavius Murray but added Alexander Mattison in the 3rd round. Cook is considered a top 10 back and catches a ton of balls so will get a bump up in PPR formats. He is a beast when healthy, but better spend that handcuff on Mattison.

Dalvin Cook 2019 Fantasy Outlook

Ceiling- 1,250 rushing, 400 receiving, 11TD's

Floor- 850 rushing, 200 receiving, 6 TD's

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