Dalvin Cook, the running back of the Minnesota Vikings brought a great portion of delight to all football supporters by appearing on Sunday Night Football after being on his medical leave and inflaming the cheering fan crowds with the ultimate infallible game against the Green Bay Packers.
We recall that on the fifth week of Sunday Night Football, Cook received a groin trauma that prevented him from participating in the further games. This incident became nearly a tragedy to the Vikings as he was a key member of the team so Minnesota fans went through a disturbing period of waiting the MRI results and approximate forecasts about Cook’s possible return to the field. He tried to continue playing after the injury occured; however, it was obviously a premature decision. In the issuance, the Vikings lost the games without their top star and were prepared to finish the season with no significant achievements.
The real current of events became astonishing for everyone concerned by the outcome of the SNF scenario. His groin regenerated much quicker than the medical assignment was predicting and on the Week 8 of the series he made a boost by a hard-hitting win over the Green Bay Packers; it was recorded that he was substantially the only player who deserves credit for this triumph of Vikings.
This is the event of a great significance for Vikings and Cook’s personal career; he reached new heights and awards. He gained an achievement of becoming the third player for the last 70 years who made four scrimmage touchdowns playing against Green Bay and the third Vikings member with such a result for the same period of time.
Cook, however, claimed that he did not care of the statistics and points he had managed to gain; according to him, the only aim for him was to gain the victory for the team.