MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook earned the NFC Offensive Player of the Week for his performance against the Dallas Cowboys Sunday night.

In the prime-time matchup, Cook notched 97 rushing yards and 86 receiving yards to total 183 yards, surpassing 100 scrimmage yards a league-leading eight times in 2019.

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Cook leads the NFL with 991 rushing yards and 1,415 scrimmage yards. His 10 rushing touchdowns rank third in the league.

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It’s the second NFC Player of the Week award in Cook’s career. He last got it in Week 15 in the 2018 season against the Miami Dolphins.

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Vikings beat the Cowboys 28-24. The team faces the Denver Broncos at U.S. Bank Stadium Sunday.