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Pat Williams to Be a Game-Time Decision


A very big key for the Vikings on Sunday will be a very big man, named Pat Williams.

Williams, a run-stuffing, toilet-clogging defensive tackle, missed the last two games of the regular season with a broken shoulder. Without him, the Vikings have given up 233 total yards rushing in two games. With him, the Vikings surrender on average only 71 yards.

Williams practiced Wednesday and Thursday on a limited basis, and his availability for the wild-card game will be a game-time decision, per the Minneapolis Star Tribune.

“He’s going to try to do a little bit more every time he comes out there,” coach Brad Childress said Thursday. ”It’s probably truly a game-time decision.”

The concern is that Williams could do further damage to the shoulder. And since the shoulder is an integral component in the use of the arm which is an integral component in the use of the hand which is an integral component in the use of a fork, it’s very important for Williams to make the right decision.

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