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National Football League injury updates: Vikings lose rookie rusher; Titans QB out

National Football League injury updates: Vikings lose rookie rusher; Titans QB out

An MRI tomorrow will determine the fate of Cook's season.

Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook scores on a 5-yard touchdown run against the Detroit Lions.

The way Dalvin Cook reacted to his knee injury should scare #Vikings fans.

The Vikings were already without quarterback Sam Bradford for the third straight game because of a sore left knee, and the scars from last year's ruinous injuries starting with quarterback Teddy Bridgewater's left knee dislocation have not quite faded.

Cook scored Minnesota's lone touchdown and had 13 carries for 66 yards, along with an 8-yard reception, prior to his injury. However, Abdullah, who missed the final 14 games last season with a broken foot, limped off the field with what appeared to be a foot or ankle injury late in the game.

Abdullah came up short though on Sunday in the Lions' 14-7 victory over the Minnesota Vikings.

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The sluggish Lions run game showed surprising effectiveness against a stout defense that had allowed an average of just 62 yards the first three weeks.

Lions QB Matthew Stafford, on whether he thinks he'll be hurting from the six sacks he took: "A little bit".

Keenum, coming off a career game, was only able to manage 16 completions for 219 yards. There has to be a human being somewhere in the world that can regularly hit makeable field goals for the Minnesota Vikings. Cook was off to great start to not only this game but his entire rookie season.

We saw what backup quarterback Case Keenum could do with superior pass protection and soft coverage when he carved up Tampa Bay last week. He fell to the ground before making contact with a Detroit defender and fumbled the ball. That put the Vikings in a fourth-and-14 situation from the Detroit 14 and Keenum ended up launching an uncatchable pass toward the back of the end zone for Adam Thielen with 2 minutes, 19 seconds remaining.

But the momentum started to swing in the Lions' favor early in the second half when Zettel recovered a botched handoff out of the wildcat formation, setting up a second Prater field goal. I can't really nail down and say at (what) point in the game I thought it was going to be a big day.

"We missed out on a lot of turnovers", Rhodes said. I was excited to see them go for it, but quickly surmised that it was going to be one of those woefully unsatisfying failed attempts to draw the defense offside.

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