What to Expect From Amari Cooper and Dalvin Cook During the Cowboys-Vikings Game

The Minnesota Vikings are taking on the Dallas Cowboys this Sunday, a game that features a lot of studs in fantasy football.

The Minnesota Vikings, who are currently 6-3, and the Dallas Cowboys, currently 5-3, face off in Texas on Sunday night. 

The Cowboys--coming off of a win against the New York Giants--and the Vikings--coming off of a loss against the Kansas City Chiefs are are going head-to-head in the NFL's prime time game.

Bill Enright, co-host of Jim Cramer's Bull Market Fantasy live show, and Mike Fisher, CowboyMaven, sat down with Bull Market Fantasy to take a look at two of the most important players in Sunday's matchup--running back Dalvin Cook of the Vikings and Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper. 

Cooper, who was in limited practice on Wednesday and went in for an MRI on Thursday, will play on Sunday. 

Fisher--who has boots on the ground at Cowboys stadium--spoke to Cooper about his knee injury. 

Cooper told Fisher that his knee is "fine" and that he expects to be a "10" by Sunday's game.

While the Cowboys receiver expects to play, he has officially been listed by the team as questionable. 

Now, let's switch over to Dalvin Cook AKA "The Chef."

Cook is on Jim Cramer's fantasy roster and is beloved, for obvious reasons, by Cramer. 

This season, Cook has 894 yards which leads the NFL

So far, Cook has scored nine touchdowns , which places him second in the league, right behind Panthers running back, Christian McCaffrey, 

"He is, if it wasn't for McCaffrey, the Fantasy MVP," Enright said. "Boy, has he rewarded anyone who drafted him this year."

Watch the video above for more fantasy football analysis from the Vikings and Cowboys match-up.

Comments (4)
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I'm worried Cooper won't finish the game.


Cook has been my MVP so far


Looking forward to this game.

Jaime Eisner
Jaime Eisner


Cook should be a monster