Another week, another great performance for Dalvin Cook, much to the happiness of both Vikings fans and his fantasy football beneficiaries. Cook had 142 yards and two touchdowns against Detroit on Sunday, continuing a fantastic 2019 season where he currently sits as the league’s leading rusher and scorer.
Dalvin Cook is a cheat code— Nick Olson (@NickOlsonNFL) October 21, 2019
No one better at creating a whole lot of something out of nothing pic.twitter.com/Xe8MgmidVc
October 20, 2019
Nothing makes a sore back better than not living in Jacksonville. Jalen Ramsey made his debut for the Los Angeles Rams this week, lining up against Julio Jones for most of the game:
Loved this rep from @jalenramsey. Was physical with Julio all throughout the route. Loved seeing him play a lot of press-man today! pic.twitter.com/0NWpB2ZOBD— Alex Kelly (@atkelly19) October 20, 2019
He also had this big hit on former Florida State teammate and national champion Devonta Freeman:
The Jalen Ramsey trade is already paying dividends for the Rams— CBS Sports HQ (@CBSSportsHQ) October 20, 2019
Speaking of Devonta, he probably would like to forget Sunday. Other than the fumble above, he had this lowlight against Aaron Donald:
Fight in Atlanta: Devonta Freeman went after Aaron Donald. Benches cleared.— NFL Update (@MySportsUpdate) October 20, 2019
Freeman was ejected.pic.twitter.com/W7sZ0ivLCt
The second-year professional didn’t match his fantastic performance from last week, but still had this impressive grab against the Jaguars:
Deep Completion? ✅— Next Gen Stats (@NextGenStats) October 20, 2019
QB under Pressure? ✅
Tight Window? ✅
Double Coverage? ✅ @Bengals Andy Dalton's 33 yard-completion to Auden Tate had a Completion Probability of only 12.0%, the lowest of the week and the 4th lowest of the season.#JAXvsCIN | #SeizeTheDey pic.twitter.com/z5qLBRJ2Rw
Walker followed up a two-sack week six performance with a five tackle, one sack game in a losing effort to the Chiefs. Walker seems to be finding more of a groove with the Broncos, playing 31 of 51 possible snaps on Thursday night. The 2017 draft pick is Denver’s current sack leader, with five on the season.
Both New England tight end Ryan Izzo and Washington running back Chris Thompson were inactive on Sunday, with Izzo dealing with a practice-sustained concussion and Thompson with a toe injury.
Jameis Winston (Tampa Bay Buccaneers), Brian Burns and Javien Elliot (Carolina Panthers) were all on a bye this week. Winston returns against Tennessee in week eight, while Burns and Elliot face off against the 49ers.