In 2017, rookie running back Dalvin Cook was on the cusp of fantasy stardom. In just four games, he amassed 74 carries for 354 yards with two touchdowns, and also caught 11 balls on 16 targets for 90 yards. However, in the blink of an eye, his season was over as he tore his anterior crucial ligament. While returning from the knee issue, Cook battled a soft tissue injury – damn hamstring—and that definitely limited him over the course of the season. However, he was able to end the season on a higher note, and with a full offseason to recover from the injuries of the yesteryears, there is plenty of optimism surrounding Cook for the 2019 season.

The final three weeks of the season were excellent for Cook. He rushed for the seventh-most yards during that span, and his 5.4 yards per carry during that span blows his season mark out of the water. Furthermore, the way he was running the ball showcased that he was healthier than ever over the final weeks of the season. Only Derrick...