ARLINGTON, Texas – Dalvin Cook has done enough to hold an NFL rushing lead.
Minnesota running back could have his biggest play in the passing game while two-time rushing champion Ezekiel Elliott easily played.
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Cook rushed for 97 yards, including a go-ahead touchdown in the fourth down, and had 86 yards receiving that helped with three more scores, leading Minnesota. Vikings with the Dallas Cowboys 28-24 on Sunday night.
Cook's 183 scrimmage yards gave him the lead league category as well as 1,415 as the Vikings (7-3) beat a winning team on the road for the first time in almost two years. Minnesota is 0-9-1 in the past 10 such games.
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Amari Cooper has the most circuits available on a night full of them for both teams, including one toe tapping the TD for Dallas' only leads in the third quarter.
Kirk Cousins threw for two touchdown passes, both to Kyle Rudolph, for his second victory in nine prime-time road games.
Elliott had 47 yards on 20 carries after three straight 100-yard games as the Cowboys (5-4) fell to a first-place tie with Philadelphia in the NFC East.
Despite throwing for 397 yards and three touchdowns, Prescott lost to the Cousins for the first time after going 4-0 against the former Washington quarterback as a division divider. -leading Green Bay. Riding in four in the last two minutes, the Cowboys had their first down at Minnesota 19 but insisted on continuing to force the ball to Elliott as the Vikings clearly proved they were blocking him first.
Two minutes passed for 3 yards, and the Cowboys went back to Elliott in the fourth down despite a pass. Linebacker Eric Kendricks broke the sideline throw against Elliott, a threat similar to Cook's but not tonight. He had two blows for 16 yards.
The Cowboys got the ball with 17 seconds left, but Jayron Kearse blocked Prescott's despair from near midfield in the end zone.
The Vikings thought they were ahead of what was ruled a 17-yard touchdown by Alexander Mattison, but he was ruled 1 in the review. After a false start and a third-down object by fullback CJ Ham from 1, Cook scored a fourth-goal from 2 in the final play of the third quarter.
Rudolph, who started the night in the circus with a hand in the back of the end zone and scored another short TD, put Minnesota up 28-21 by winning a jump ball with cornerback Chidobe Awuzie for a 2-point conversion.
Rudolph's 14 points were 14 points. the most in 122 career games for ninth-year players. two incompleteness.
With the Cowboys trailing 14-0, Cooper kicked off their first TD drive with a third-and-12 drag, followed by two plays later on a 23- yard scoring grab by Michael Gallup.  Then, the Dallas player surrendered a first-round pick for midseason last year with two catches of toe-to-toe Debt, the second a 12-yard touchdown strike that put the Cowboys up front for the first time 21-20 in the third quarter. Cooper had 11 catches for 147 yards.
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Randall Cobb made a lunging catch in the end zone on a 22-yard touchdown catch to catch Dallas at 14.
Cook caught 29 and 27 yards on screens to get the Vikings rolling in their first two touchdown drives, finishing the first quarter with 69 yards receiving. He was another 8-yarder for a first down early on a drive to a field goal in the final play of the first half for a 17-14 lead.