After catching a quick screen pass from Kirk Cousins with 3 minutes, 1 second to play in the first quarter against the Green Bay Packers, Cook took the reception 26 yards to the house for a touchdown. Immediately after crossing into the end zone, the Minnesota Vikings running back motioned to his teammates to join him for a celebration.
👨🍳👨🍳👨🍳— Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) November 26, 2018
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The team that brought "Duck, duck, goose" to the NFL and reenacted a Thanksgiving dinner in the end zone reached deep into its bag of creative celebrations to act out the limbo, complete with Compton and Hill holding up wide receiver Adam Thielen, who served as the limbo bar, for Cook, Latavius Murray and Brian O’Neill to shimmy under.
It was Cook’s first receiving touchdown and second-longest catch of his career. Up until this point, the Vikings had 15 yards total on all screen passes thrown to running backs combined.