Minnesota Vikings Running Back Elected To The Pro Bowl

The Minnesota Vikings offence was one of the best in football all season long, with Justin Jefferson once again proving to be the best wide receiver in the NFL, but that success in the passing game certainly overshadowed running back Dalvin Cook, who was a consistent force all season long.

Today, the NFL announced that due to his injury, Tony Pollard would not be able to compete in the 2023 Pro Bowl Games, and instead, Cook will take his place, officially securing the fourth Pro Bowl of his promising and still young career.

On the season, Cook racked up 1,173 rushing yards on 264 carries with 8 Touchdowns, while adding 295 yards and 2 Touchdowns through the air, and after six great years to start his NFL career, it looks like Cook is on the way to becoming one of this generations best backs. 

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