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Sport Cook leads Vikings to 28-24 prime-time road win over Cowboys

06:45  11 november  2019
06:45  11 november  2019 Source:   ap.org

Cowboys vs. Vikings odds, prediction, betting trends for 'Sunday Night Football'

  Cowboys vs. Vikings odds, prediction, betting trends for 'Sunday Night Football' Here's everything to know about betting on Cowboys vs. Vikings in Week 10, including updated odds, trends and our expert's prediction for "Sunday Night Football."Dallas is looking to go up a full game and head-to-head tiebreaker on idle second-place Philadelphia in the NFC East. Minnesota, depending on what happens with Green Bay against Carolina, hopes to get closer to first place in the NFC North.

Cook , the NFL rushing leader, easily outplayed two-time rushing champion Ezekiel Elliott as the Vikings (7-3) beat a winning team on the road for the first time in almost two Kirk Cousins threw for two touchdowns, both to Kyle Rudolph, for just his second victory in nine prime - time road games.

Before you make any Vikings vs. Cowboys picks of your own, you need to hear what NFL expert The veteran quarterback faced Dallas seven times while with Washington, winning just one of those Dalvin Cook leads the NFL with 894 yards on the ground and hopes to become the Vikings ' first 1

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Dalvin Cook ran for 97 yards, including the go-ahead touchdown on fourth down, and had another 86 yards receiving to set up three other scores, helping the Minnesota Vikings beat the Dallas Cowboys 28-24 on Sunday night.

Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (33) runs the ball as Dallas Cowboys' Robert Quinn (58) and Leighton Vander Esch (55) give chase during the first half of an NFL football game in Arlington, Texas, Sunday, Nov. 10, 2019. (AP Photo/Michael Ainsworth)© Provided by The Associated Press Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (33) runs the ball as Dallas Cowboys' Robert Quinn (58) and Leighton Vander Esch (55) give chase during the first half of an NFL football game in Arlington, Texas, Sunday, Nov. 10, 2019. (AP Photo/Michael Ainsworth)

BOX SCORE: VIKINGS 28, COWBOYS 24

Cook, the NFL rushing leader, easily outplayed two-time rushing champion Ezekiel Elliott as the Vikings (7-3) beat a winning team on the road for the first time in almost two years. Minnesota was 0-9-1 in its previous 10 such games.

Cousins downplays signature win on SNF: 'I've played well in prime time'

  Cousins downplays signature win on SNF: 'I've played well in prime time' Kirk Cousins downplayed his triumphant Week 10 appearance on Sunday Night Football, saying his previous lack of success under the spotlight hasn't always reflected his level of play. "Winning is all that matters," he told reporters after leading the Minnesota Vikings to a 28-24 road victory over the Dallas Cowboys. "I actually feel, looking back, I've played very well in prime time. I've played good football." Cousins went 23-for-32 for 220 yards and a pair of touchdown passes against the Cowboys, earning the type of signature win he's struggled to get in the past.

The Vikings actually win a big game on the road against an over .500 team. The halfway point of the NFL season has passed and time has flown by. Other notable games on the Week 10 slate include the Minnesota Vikings at Dallas Cowboys and Los Angeles Raiders at Oakland Raiders.

The NFC East- leading Dallas Cowboys are once again on the prime time stage and host the Minnesota rides Dalvin Cook for the majority of their carries, and he has responded by leading the Vikings : Minnesota needs to rely on Cook to carry the load once again since receiver Adam Thielen

Amari Cooper had the most circus catches on a night full of them for both teams, including a toe-tapping TD for Dallas' only lead in the third quarter. Dak Prescott threw for 397 yards and three touchdowns.

Kirk Cousins threw for two touchdowns, both to Kyle Rudolph, for just his second victory in nine prime-time road games.

Elliott had 47 yards rushing after three straight 100-yard games as the Cowboys (5-4) fell into a first-place tie with Philadelphia in the NFC East.

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The 2019 NFL mid-season All-Pro team .
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