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Dalvin Cook

RB, Minnesota Vikings

Height 5'10" Weight 210
DOB 1995-08-10 Age 26.2
College Florida State

2021 Fantasy Rankings

RB # 2 (Tier 1)

Position Rankings

Rank Name Bye Age ADP1 PPG2 Comment
Tier 1
1 Christian McCaffrey, CAR 13 25.3 1.01 30.0

Mike's Thoughts: It is rare for me to put a single player into the top tier by himself. McCaffrey's historical per game output is so far ahead of his peers, he would normally qualify, but coming off a season-ending injury, playing with a new QB, and the high turnover position itself - RB - I'll rank him 1 but in a group of similar high reward backs.

2 Dalvin Cook, MIN 7 26.2 1.03 24.1

Mike's Thoughts: He's missed games every season, which is to be expected for any RB with this many projected carries, really. However, there is a higher perceived injury risk with Cook going back to his 4-game rookie season. Double-digit TD and high catch numbers, thanks to limited receiving options on the Vikings, support Cook at 2. There are additional red flags such as Gary Kubiak no longer the OC, and Rick Dennison possibly out as the OL coach, which may warrant a fade on Cook.

3 Alvin Kamara, NO 6 26.2 1.04 25.2
4 Derrick Henry, TEN 13 27.2 1.04 20.9

Mike's Thoughts: Drafted Henry 1.06 (6) in a 1QB 10-team best ball on 7/20.

1 Fantasy Football Calculator (12-team PPR)
2 2020 season, PPR scoring
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Fantasy News Last 90 Days

  • Dalvin Cook Taken Off Final Injury Report

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (ankle) was removed from the final injury report for Week 6 against the Carolina Panthers. Cook put in a full practice on Thursday and was trending in the right direction after sitting out in Week 5. The 26-year-old has missed two of the last three games and had a season-low nine carries for only 34 yards in the Week 4 loss to the Cleveland Browns. It remains to be seen if he'll return to a full workload this Sunday, but he needs to be returned to all starting fantasy lineups. Cook had at least 20 carries in each of the first two weeks before tweaking his ankle. The fact that he was taken off the final injury report altogether is a good sign for him returning to more of a regular workload in this run-first offense. With Cook back, it'll be hard to trust backup Alexander Mattison for any standalone fantasy value this week.

    Oct 15 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook, Alexander Mattison Both Upgraded Thursday

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (ankle) returned to a full practice on Thursday after being limited on Wednesday. Cook missed the Week 5 win over the Detroit Lions, but it looks like he'll be back this Sunday against the Carolina Panthers. Mattison, meanwhile, returned to a limited practice after sitting out on Wednesday. Cook has missed two of the last three games after tweaking his right ankle in Week 2, and he wasn't productive in his one game since the injury. A full practice for Cook should mean that he'll be closer to 100 percent and ready for a full workload. The 26-year-old should be returned to all starting lineups, but temper expectations against a Panthers defense that has allowed the second-fewest fantasy points per game to RBs so far in 2021. Mattison could see more work again behind Cook, but he's only playable most weeks if Cook is sitting.

    Oct 14 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook Alexander Mattison
  • Dalvin Cook Returns To Practice

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (ankle) returned to a limited practice on Wednesday after being inactive in the Week 5 win over the Detroit Lions. Cook has missed two of the last three games and wasn't effective in Week 4 against the Cleveland Browns. The fact that the 26-year-old even practiced on Wednesday is a good sign that he has a chance to return for a Week 6 date with the Carolina Panthers. Backup Alexander Mattison (shoulder) missed practice on Wednesday, so Minnesota's entire backfield situation is currently up in the air. Cook will be a must-start RB1 if he returns to action this weekend, while Mattison has been a fine plug-and-play option whenever Cook sits.

    Oct 13 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook Downgraded To Out Against Detroit

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (ankle) will not play during the Week 5 matchup against Detroit. The 26-year-old has been dealing with a nagging ankle issue for weeks now, and he didn't play in Week 3. He managed to suit up in Week 4, although it was in a limited capacity. Nonetheless, without Cook in the lineup, Alexander Mattison will likely handle most of the work out of the backfield, and based on his productivity over the last few games, he should be considered a must-start in all formats.

    Oct 10 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook True Game-Time Decision In Week 5

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (ankle) is a game-time decision for Sunday's clash with the Lions, according to head coach Mike Zimmer. After failing to practice on Wednesday and Thursday, Cook took limited reps on Friday. Even if Cook plays, it looks like he won't have a full workload. In fact, the Vikings can feel more than comfortable leaning on Alexander Mattison, who racked up 171 scrimmage yards when Cook was inactive in Week 3. Concerns surrounding Cook's health and usage this week drop him into the RB2 territory for the time being, but it would not be shocking to see Minnesota err on the side of caution and make Cook inactive in a favorable matchup against Detroit.

    Oct 10 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook Could Be Game-Time Decision

    Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer said that running back Dalvin Cook (ankle) is doing better, but he could still be a game-time decision in Week 5 against the Detroit Lions. Cook is officially listed as questionable for the second straight week. The 26-year-old played through his ankle sprain in the Week 4 loss to the Cleveland Browns, but he saw only 49 percent of the offensive snaps and was ineffective with limited touches. Cook will be playing at less than 100 percent if he's active this Sunday, but if he's playing, he needs to be started against a terrible Lions run defense. If Cook misses his second game of the season, backup Alexander Mattison will be a must-start RB1 after he went off with Cook out in Week 3.

    Oct 8 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook Misses Another Practice

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (ankle) missed his second straight practice on Thursday. Cook said on Wednesday that he isn't likely to be 100 percent, but he plans to play through his sprained right ankle again in Week 5 against the division-rival Detroit Lions. After missing Week 3, Cook had just nine carries for 34 yards while also catching two of six targets for just 10 yards in the Week 4 loss to the Cleveland Browns. He played 49.3 percent of the offensive snaps, with backup Alexander Mattison playing 34.3 percent of the snaps. Mattison saw one more carry than Cook in the game, but neither RB was effective. The good news is that if Cook plays, he'll be primed for a bounce-back game, barring an aggravation of his ankle, against a Lions defense that's allowing the most fantasy points per game to RBs through four weeks.

    Oct 7 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook Expected To Keep Playing Through Injury

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (ankle) said he's "not 100% yet" but is planning to keep playing through his ankle injury. Cook said "part of the game is playing through pain" and that he doesn't think his injury is getting worse. The 26-year-old had just nine carries for 34 yards and caught two of his six targets for 10 yards in the Week 4 loss to the Cleveland Browns in his return from a one-game absence. Cook's words don't exactly inspire a ton of confidence for fantasy managers, but the good news is that the Vikings have a great matchup with the Detroit Lions in Week 5. Detroit's defense has allowed the most fantasy points per game to opposing RBs so far this year, so Cook will remain firmly in the RB1 picture despite his dud last Sunday.

    Oct 6 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook Exits Against Browns

    While the team has made no announcement about his status, Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook limped off of the field earlier in Sunday's game and has yet to return, with Alexander Mattison handling the workload on the past few drives. Cook had six carries for 17 yards and two catches for 10 yards. Keep an eye on his status going forward, both in Sunday's game and in terms of his Week 5 availability.

    Oct 3 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook Officially Active For Week 4

    As expected, Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (ankle) will return to the field on Sunday against the Cleveland Browns. Cook missed Week 3, but is averaging 96 rushing yards per game this season, plus has been targeted 10 times in the passing game. The Browns allow the fourth-fewest fantasy points per game in the NFL, so you might want to avoid playing Cook in DFS contests, but he's locked in as a must-start play because of his upside in season-long fantasy.

    Oct 3 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook Expected To Suit Up In Week 4

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (ankle) is likely to play in Week 4 against the Browns, barring a pre-game setback, per Adam Schefter of ESPN. Cook missed his team's Week 3 contest due to an ankle injury- though the star runner was able to get plenty of reps at practice, despite his limited practice status throughout the week. Fantasy managers will want to monitor the news on Cook up until kickoff, which is fortunately at 1 p.m. The matchup is a tough one against a stingy Browns front that ranks fourth in rush DVOA. Still, Cook is a must-start if active, having commanded at least 24 touches while exceeding 100 scrimmage yards in both games played this year.

    Oct 3 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook Listed As Questionable Against Browns

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (ankle) is listed as questionable to face the Cleveland Browns in Week 4 after he sat out last week. Cook practiced on a limited basis all week and looked much better, so there's a real chance that he returns to take over the lead-back duties this Sunday. In his absence last week against the Seattle Seahawks, backup Alexander Mattison was a fantasy savior with 171 total yards from scrimmage. Cleveland's defense has allowed only 151 total rushing yards and no touchdowns to opposing running backs through three games, but Cook will be a must-start in fantasy if he's active. If he sits out another week, Mattison will be an obvious plug-and-play choice in all leagues.

    Oct 1 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook Remained Limited Thursday

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (ankle) remained limited in Thursday's practice. Last week, he didn't practice and was ruled out ahead of Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks. The Vikings star running back has now logged back-to-back limited practices. Cook is trending in the right direction and will look to be a full participant in Friday's session. The 26-year-old is considered questionable in Sunday's matchup against the Cleveland Browns in Week 4. The Browns defense has allowed the fifth-fewest fantasy points per game to opposing teams running backs. Despite the tough matchup, Cook is still an elite RB1. Alexander Mattison would lead the Vikings backfield once again if Cook is ruled out. Mattison racked up 112 yards and caught six passes for 59 yards in Week 3 while filling in for Cook. Stay tuned for further updates.

    Oct 1 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook Back At Practice Wednesday

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (ankle) returned to a limited practice on Wednesday after being inactive in the Week 3 win over the Seattle Seahawks. Unless Cook suffers a setback later in the week, he'll have a really good chance at suiting up in Week 4 against the Cleveland Browns. It's not what Alexander Mattison's fantasy managers want to hear after he blew up last Sunday. When active, Cook is always a top-shelf RB1, even against a Browns defense that has allowed the fifth-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs through three weeks of the season. Mattison helped fantasy managers win their matchups in Week 3, carrying the ball 26 times for 112 yards and catching six passes for 59 additional yards.

    Sep 29 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook Officially Out For Week 3

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (ankle) is officially out for the team's Week 3 meeting with the Seahawks. Cook had been trending towards being out all week, so this shouldn't come as a surprise to fantasy managers. With Cook out, Alexander Mattison is a solid RB2 play and a great DFS value option. If Mattison is still somehow on your league's waiver wire, pick him up now.

    Sep 26 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook Expected To Be Out In Week 3

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (ankle) is expected to be out for the team's Week 3 meeting with the Seahawks, according to Jay Glazer of FOX Sports. Cook had been trending towards being out all week, so this shouldn't come as a surprise to fantasy managers. With Cook out, Alexander Mattison is a solid RB2 play and a great DFS value option.

    Sep 26 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook Unlikely To Play In Week 3

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (ankle) is looking unlikely to play against the Seattle Seahawks in Week 3, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Cook injured his ankle during Week 2 and trended down throughout the week as he was unable to practice at all as the week progressed. The team had him listed as questionable on the final injury report, although the Vikings signing Ameer Abdullah to the 53-man roster on Saturday was a bad omen for Cook's availability. Backup running back Alexander Mattison is all of a sudden a low-end RB2 and an interesting name in DFS contests for this weekend. Fantasy gamers will want to check back for official inactives ahead of the 4:25 PM EST kickoff, but they should plan on being without Cook for Week 3.

    Sep 26 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook Questionable Against Seahawks

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (ankle) was limited at practice on Friday and is questionable for Week 3 against the Seattle Seahawks. Cook missed the first two days of practice, so it's encouraging that he was at least able to return to the field on Friday. The 26-year-old is a must-start RB1 as the unquestioned leader of this backfield when he's healthy, but he's looking like a game-time call for Sunday afternoon. Backup Alexander Mattison should be picked up off the waiver wire just in case Cook is inactive or limited in any way. The Seahawks defense hasn't been particularly kind to the RB position through two weeks, but Mattison's expected high usage in the event Cook is inactive would make him a plug-and-play RB2 option for fantasy managers.

    Sep 24 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook Misses Second Straight Practice

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (ankle) missed his second consecutive practice on Thursday. The star running back hurt himself in Week 2, but remained in the game and was later diagnosed with a sprained ankle. Cook is one of the most talented running backs in the game, but he has had his fair share of injuries throughout his career. Friday's practice status should determine a lot for Cook's outlook to play in Week 3 versus the Seattle Seahawks. Managers should already be insuring him Alexander Mattison and he would make for a solid RB2/flex option against a Seahawks defense that has struggled against the run game this year.

    Sep 23 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook Misses Practice With Ankle Injury

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (ankle) did not practice on Wednesday. Cook was hobbled in the second half of the Week 2 loss to the Arizona Cardinals, and head coach Mike Zimmer said that Cook was dealing with a sprained ankle. The 26-year-old is a must-start RB1 anytime he's active, but his status could be in question heading into the Week 3 matchup against the Seattle Seahawks. Keep a close eye on his practice participation the rest of the week. If Cook were unable to play this weekend, backup Alexander Mattison would be a plug-and-play option in a great matchup against a Seahawks defense that has allowed the second-most fantasy points per game (32.2) to the running back position through two weeks of the season.

    Sep 22 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook Gets Fantastic Matchup Against Seattle

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook will have a very juicy matchup against the Seahawks in Week 3. Seattle is coming off getting absolutely destroyed for 237 total yards and three touchdowns by the Titans Derrick Henry last week. Cook is just as dangerous and dynamic of a player and already has 252 all-purpose yards through the first two games and should see plenty of touches in this game. Cook's value will play in any fantasy format as the Seahawks have already allowed 21 receptions for 189 yards to the running back position. Cook is a must-play in every fantasy format for Week 3.

    Sep 22 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook Dealing With An Ankle Injury

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (ankle) suffered a sprain during Sunday's loss to the Arizona Cardinals. The 26-year-old was injured late in the game, and while head coach Mike Zimmer didn't seem too concerned about it, fantasy managers certainly are. Cook may pop up on the injury report heading toward Week 3, with some additional days off and limited practice sessions also potentially on the horizon. If he isn't available for the matchup against the Seattle Seahawks, Alexander Mattison will unquestionably get all the attention he can handle from the fantasy community.

    Sep 19 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook Quickly Returns To Action

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook entered the injury tent but quickly returned against the Arizona Cardinals. At the time that Cook had entered the tent, the Vikings were winning 20-14 and Cook had a lot to do with that. In just the first half, he had already amassed 103 yards from scrimmage on 13 touches. Cook missed a of the Vikings' offensive snaps and one drive with the Vikings on defense and seems to be good to go for the rest of the game.

    Sep 19 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook Still An RB1 Against Cardinals

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook will take on a Cardinals defense that allowed the 14th fewest fantasy points to opposing runners in 2020. The Cardinals allowed only one runner to post 100-plus rushing yards against them last season but Cook is no ordinary running back. The Vikings star picked up six receptions, 104 total yards with one touchdown in the team's Week 1 loss to the Bengals in overtime. Most running backs in the NFL would be delighted with that stat line but Cook is capable of so much more. The Vikings dynamic runner will be an easy RB1 call and worth the DFS price for Week 2.

    Sep 17 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook Gets Plenty Of Work In Week 1

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook racked up 61 yards off 20 carries during the overtime loss to the Bengals on Sunday. He also added to his PPR appeal, catching six of his seven targets for 43 yards, and found the end zone off a one-yard run halfway through the fourth quarter. Although a fumble cost the team the game, it was still a solid showing overall, as expected. With Week 1 in the books, Cook will look to keep it going against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. Obviously, he remains a must-start in all fantasy formats.

    Sep 12 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Vikings Sign Brian O'Neill To Five-Year Extension

    Minnesota Vikings right tackle Brian O'Neill has signed a five-year extension worth $92.5 million, making him the second-highest paid player at the position in the NFL. The former second-round pick has played in 46 games with the Vikings and is viewed by many as the best offensive lineman on the team. In 2020, he played 1,070 offensive snaps while taking eight penalties and allowing three sacks, according to PFF. Dalvin Cook and Kirk Cousins are sure to be the main beneficiaries of O'Neill sticking around in Minnesota, as he can open up some running lanes and give his quarterback enough time to throw the ball.

    Sep 8 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook Kirk Cousins
  • Dalvin Cook Gets Juicy Week 1 Matchup

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook will have a favorable matchup in Week 1 against the Bengals. Cook was fantastic last season, posting 44 receptions, 361 receiving yards, 1,557 rushing yards and 17 total touchdowns through only 14 games. Cook can begin his encore this season with a matchup against a Bengals defense that allowed the eighth most fantasy points to opposing running backs last season. The Bengals allowed at least 80 rushing yards to nine different players last season and 14 total touchdowns to the position. Cook has an excellent chance to post elite RB1 numbers in Week 1.

    Sep 7 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook Still Among Group Of Unvaccinated Players

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook is one of the league's most elite options out of the backfield. He finished the 2020 season by racking up 1,557 yards and 16 touchdowns on the ground off 312 carries while also adding 44 catches for 361 yards and another score. The 26-year-old has yet to log an entire season as a professional, and while his health is always a concern, his hesitancy on receiving the COVID-19 vaccine could spell trouble later on. It's no secret that the NFL is more lenient on players who have taken the shot, especially as it relates to missing time and quarantining. Still, Cook is anticipated to finish as a top fantasy producer, although it wouldn't be a surprise if he missed a game or two this season for various reasons.

    Sep 5 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Dalvin Cook Not Expected To Play A Lot Saturday

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook is not expected to see a ton of game action in the team's second preseason game Saturday. Head coach Mike Zimmer has told reporters that quarterback Kirk Cousins will get some much-needed reps but the coaching staff would be wise to keep their best offensive player in bubble wrap until Week 1. Cook should be one of the first players taken off of fantasy draft boards this year and, by season's end, could be the number-one fantasy player in 2021.

    Aug 19 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Don't Expect To See Dalvin Cook In Preseason

    Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook remains primed to be one of the first players taken off fantasy football boards as the 2021 season draws near. But don't expect to catch any glimpses of Cook during the preseason as the coaching staff has to be smart with their dynamic runner. The 26-year-old dealt with injuries his first two seasons and his health will be paramount to the Vikings success this season. Cook is will try and replicate his 2020 season when he rushed for 1,557 yards with 16 touchdowns.

    Aug 11 · Source via Vikings Dalvin Cook
  • Running Back

    PPR (Half) Scoring Review · Switch
    Season Team G FPts FP/G Snp Snp% MS% Opp/G RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuTD Tgt Rec ReYd ReAvg ReTD FL
    2017 MIN 4 61.9 15.5 169 65.0 34.6 22.5 74 354 4.78 2 16 11 90 8.2 0 1
    2018 MIN 11 136.0 12.4 490 69.0 25.6 16.5 133 615 4.62 2 49 40 305 7.6 2 2
    2019 MIN 14 269.9 19.3 615 65.9 33.5 22.4 250 1135 4.54 13 63 53 519 9.8 0 2
    2020 MIN 14 315.8 22.6 669 70.7 38.7 26.1 312 1557 4.99 16 54 44 361 8.2 1 3
    2021 MIN 3 40.6 13.5 139 65.9 31.8 22.3 51 226 4.43 1 16 10 70 7.0 0 1

    2021

    PPR (Half) Scoring Review · Switch
    Wk Vs Score FPts Snp Snp% MS% Opp RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuTD Tgt Rec ReYd ReAvg ReTD FL
    1 @CIN L 24-27 19.4 59 71.1 32.5 27 20 61 3.05 1 7 6 43 7.2 0 1
    2 @ARI L 33-34 15.8 47 77.0 41.0 25 22 131 5.95 0 3 2 17 8.5 0 0
    4 CLE L 7-14 5.4 33 49.3 22.4 15 9 34 3.78 0 6 2 10 5.0 0 0

    2020

    Wk Vs Score FPts Snp Snp% MS% Opp RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuTD Tgt Rec ReYd ReAvg ReTD FL
    1 GB L 34-43 17.3 30 57.7 26.9 14 12 50 4.17 2 2 1 -2 -2.0 0 0
    2 @IND L 11-28 14.1 43 79.6 29.6 16 14 63 4.50 1 2 2 8 4.0 0 0
    3 TEN L 30-31 26.9 48 73.8 41.5 27 22 181 8.23 1 5 2 18 9.0 0 1
    4 @HOU W 31-23 27.6 49 74.2 43.9 29 27 130 4.81 2 2 2 16 8.0 0 0
    5 @SEA L 26-27 17.4 36 41.4 25.3 22 17 65 3.82 1 5 5 24 4.8 0 0
    8 @GB W 28-22 47.6 46 88.5 63.5 33 30 163 5.43 3 3 2 63 31.5 1 0
    9 DET W 34-20 38.2 38 65.5 41.4 24 22 206 9.36 2 2 2 46 23.0 0 0
    10 @CHI W 19-13 13.2 59 80.8 46.6 34 30 96 3.20 0 4 4 16 4.0 0 0
    11 DAL L 28-31 24.5 52 81.3 50.0 32 27 115 4.26 1 5 5 45 9.0 0 1
    12 CAR W 28-27 10.2 46 63.0 30.1 22 18 61 3.39 0 4 4 21 5.3 0 1
    13 JAC W 27-24 20.9 79 86.8 45.1 41 32 120 3.75 0 9 6 59 9.8 0 0
    14 @TB L 14-26 18.0 54 68.4 32.9 26 22 102 4.64 1 4 2 8 4.0 0 0
    15 CHI L 27-33 24.4 52 76.5 42.6 29 24 132 5.50 1 5 5 27 5.4 0 0
    16 @NO L 33-52 15.5 37 57.8 26.6 17 15 73 4.87 1 2 2 12 6.0 0 0

    Touchdown Distances
    Rushing: 1, 3, 3, 39, 5, 7, 8, 21, 1, 1, 5, 70, 1, 1, 1, 15
    Receiving: 50

    2019

    Wk Vs Score FPts Snp Snp% MS% Opp RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuTD Tgt Rec ReYd ReAvg ReTD FL
    1 ATL W 28-12 25.0 36 67.9 43.4 23 21 111 5.29 2 2 2 9 4.5 0 0
    2 @GB L 16-21 26.6 47 72.3 35.4 23 20 154 7.70 1 3 3 37 12.3 0 0
    3 OAK W 34-14 22.3 38 60.3 33.3 21 16 110 6.88 1 5 4 33 8.3 0 0
    4 @CHI L 6-16 16.0 49 79.0 35.5 22 14 35 2.50 1 8 6 35 5.8 0 0
    5 @NYG W 28-10 24.8 47 66.2 38.0 27 21 132 6.29 0 6 6 86 14.3 0 1
    6 PHI W 38-20 12.4 45 63.4 25.4 18 16 41 2.56 1 2 2 13 6.5 0 0
    7 @DET W 42-30 27.4 51 69.9 37.0 27 25 142 5.68 2 2 1 7 7.0 0 0
    8 WAS W 19-9 25.6 51 70.8 40.3 29 23 98 4.26 1 6 5 73 14.6 0 0
    9 @KC L 23-26 13.6 57 80.3 39.4 28 21 71 3.38 0 7 4 45 11.3 0 0
    10 @DAL W 28-24 27.8 57 75.0 43.4 33 26 97 3.73 1 7 7 86 12.3 0 0
    11 DEN W 27-23 14.2 51 81.0 27.0 17 11 26 2.36 1 6 5 31 6.2 0 0
    13 @SEA L 30-37 13.9 24 43.6 23.6 13 9 29 3.22 1 4 3 35 11.7 0 1
    14 DET W 20-7 14.5 34 46.6 27.4 20 18 62 3.44 1 2 2 13 6.5 0 0
    15 @LAC W 39-10 5.8 28 43.1 18.5 12 9 27 3.00 0 3 3 16 5.3 0 0
    WC @NO W 26-20 26.5 62 78.5 41.8 33 28 94 3.36 2 5 3 36 12.0 0 0
    DP @SF L 10-27 5.6 38 82.6 37.0 17 9 18 2.00 0 8 6 8 1.3 0 0

    Touchdown Distances
    Rushing: 19, 7, 75, 1, 2, 1, 8, 4, 4, 2, 3, 2, 3, 5, 1

    2018

    Wk Vs Score FPts Snp Snp% MS% Opp RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuTD Tgt Rec ReYd ReAvg ReTD FL
    1 SF W 24-16 12.5 57 80.3 32.4 23 16 40 2.50 0 7 6 55 9.2 0 1
    2 @GB T 29-29 10.5 50 68.5 20.5 15 10 38 3.80 0 5 3 52 17.3 0 0
    4 @LAR L 31-38 2.0 18 24.3 13.5 10 10 20 2.00 0 0 0 0 - 0 0
    9 DET W 24-9 12.9 28 57.1 28.6 14 10 89 8.90 0 4 4 20 5.0 0 0
    11 @CHI L 20-25 2.5 59 88.1 17.9 12 9 12 1.33 0 3 3 -2 -0.7 0 1
    12 GB W 24-17 15.1 41 58.6 18.6 13 10 29 2.90 0 3 3 47 15.7 1 0
    13 @NE L 10-24 14.6 47 77.0 31.1 19 9 84 9.33 0 10 8 22 2.8 0 0
    14 @SEA L 7-21 16.8 49 84.5 34.5 20 13 55 4.23 0 7 5 28 5.6 1 0
    15 MIA W 41-17 28.8 42 60.9 30.4 21 19 136 7.16 2 2 1 27 27.0 0 0
    16 @DET W 27-9 12.3 46 75.4 31.1 19 16 73 4.56 0 3 3 35 11.7 0 0
    17 CHI L 10-24 8.0 53 93.0 28.1 16 11 39 3.55 0 5 4 21 5.3 0 0

    Touchdown Distances
    Rushing: 13, 21
    Receiving: 26, 6