Game of the Week: Vikings vs. Cowboys on Sunday Night Football

Our game of the week for Week 10 the Dallas Cowboys facing off against the Minnesota Vikings in Dallas on Sunday.

It's time for Game of the Week.

The Minnesota Vikings are going head-to-head against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.

The Vikings are coming off of a loss against the Kansas City Chiefs, while the Dallas Cowboys are coming off of a Monday night win against the New York Giants. 

Currently, the Vikings are 6-3 this season, while the Cowboys are 5-3.

Mike Fisher, CowboyMaven, and Bill Enright, co-host of Jim Cramer's Bull Market Fantasy live show, broke down what they're watching in the game on Sunday Night Football.

So, how do the Cowboys plan to stay on top of the NFC East?

"Well, it's easier to stay on top of the NFC East than on top of the NFC," answered Fisher. 

Fisher, who is based in Texas,  spoke to Amari Cooper and asked him about the receiver's knee injury. Fisher wrote, "Cooper has contended all week that his knee is "fine,'' and that physically he plans on being a "10'' by the time Sunday night arrives. In the meantime, his MRI apparently revealed nothing more than a knee bruise; Amari tells SI.com, "Everything is OK.''

And from a fantasy perspective--who should viewers be watching in this game?

Enright, when asked, said he was watching Vikings running back Dalvin Cook, who--he added--has nine touchdowns. And then, of course, Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott.

Aside from Cook’s nine touchdowns, he also has 894 yards so far this season, which is leading the NFL.

Elliott, on the other hand, has 741 yards so far this season and six touchdowns both of which rank sixth.

Both Elliott and Cook are owned in 100% of Fantasy leagues and are must start players in all formats.

Comments (4)
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JBJ1991
JBJ1991

This or CAR/GB is the best this week

LetsGoEaglesSB52
LetsGoEaglesSB52

Which RB has the better day?

FFBChampx2
FFBChampx2

Cooper better play

Jaime Eisner
Jaime Eisner

Editor

Really excited for this game. Both teams should run well.