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Dalvin Cook Tweets Reaction to James Cook's First Career TD

Isaiah De Los Santos
Vikings star Dalvin Cook tweeted his reaction to brother James' first career touchdown score in Week 5.
Vikings star Dalvin Cook tweeted his reaction to brother James' first career touchdown score in Week 5. / (AP Photo/Adrian Kraus)

The Buffalo Bills used one of their top draft picks to select Georgia standout James Cook, brother of NFL star Dalvin, this past April. He showed why he was one of the top prospects at his position in Week 5, when he broke loose for a 24-yard touchdown score, the first of his young career.

After seeing his brother find pay dirt, Dalvin celebrated with a classy tweet on Sunday.

The elder Cook tweeted a heart emoji in honor of James' first TD score. The rookie's usage has been unpredictable so far during the 2022 campaign, but he made the most of his appearance in the fourth quarter during Buffalo's blowout win and sliced through Pittsburgh's defense for the score.

Sunday will likely be well-remembered by the Cook family. Not only did James find the end zone for the first time in the pros, but Dalvin went off for the Minnesota Vikings, recording 94 yards and 2 TDs to defeat the Chicago Bears.

It'd be no surprise if both brothers have Nov. 13 circled on their calendars. That's when James' Bills will host Dalvin's Vikings, setting up a truly special matchup between these RB brothers.

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