Packers at Vikings Friday Injury Report

Green Bay

Out: T Chad Clifton (knee, hamstring), LB Jamari Lattimore (shoulder), DE Mike Neal (knee), LB Frank Zombo (knee)

Doubtful: CB Sam Shields (concussion)

Questionable: DE Ryan Pickett (concussion)

Probable: S Morgan Burnett (hand), C/G Ray Dominguez (not injury related), LB Clay Matthews (quadriceps), T Marshall Newhouse (not injury related), TE Andrew Quarless (knee), G Josh Sitton (knee), CB Charles Woodson (foot, knee)


Doubtful: S Jamarca Sanford (concussion), C John Sullivan (concussion), CB Antoine Winfield (neck)

Probable: WR Percy Harvin (ribs), LB E.J. Henderson (knee), G Steve Hutchinson (knee), T Phil Loadholt (knee), LB Kenny Onatolu (hamstring)

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5 Responses to “Packers at Vikings Friday Injury Report”

  1. Lost Viking says:

    New Feature: Fail for Kalil

    DOLPHIN: 0-5 The Dolphin still haven’t won a game and Sparano could walk next week. Third most QB pressures in 2011 but prime contender in Suck for Luck

    RAM: 0-5 Sam Bradford took every snap as a rookie but O-line may put him on bench. Fourth most QB pressures in 2011

    VIKING: 1-5 – Christian Ponder performance could confirm O-line as major need. Fifth most QB pressures

    PANTHER: 1-5 – The Panther play their next three games at home and should win at least one. Jeff Otah placed on IR and may not be back for last contract year in 2012.

    JAGUAR; 1-5 The Jag showed some heart last week. Eugene Munroe starting LT

    CARDINAL: 1-4 – The Cardinal return home after a bye. Levi Brown continues to be among worst starting LT in NFL

    COLT: 0-5 Anthony Castonzo – rookie LT seems to be working out. Other needs beyond O-line and inside track in ‘Suck for Luck’

    BRONCO: 1-4 – Tim Tebow will have his chance but thin at receiver. O-line not main priority.

  2. Lost Viking says:

    Friday means another visit from the Handle who hasn’t necessarily given up on the guys wearing the purple…..

    MINNESOTA +9 over Green Bay

    The Viking have finally opted to start a quarterback that wasn’t born in the 70’s. Rookie Christian Ponder gets the start for Minnesota and why not? He may have his hands full against the champs but there is enough room and enthusiasm in a divisional matchup to warrant our support.

    Taking: Minnesota +9

  3. Lost Viking says:

    And here’s Handle’s bonus picks for another wild NFL weekend

    Atlanta +3½ over DETROIT

    How can we handicap this game without mentioning the handshake heard round the world? After all everybody hates losing so we totally understand Coach Schwartz getting torqued off over the handshake, the backslap, the yelling in the ear, the bouncing around the field like Daffy Duck at the end of an old Looney Tunes cartoon. Hey coach, this is the pros. It’s your job to help the team kick ass on the field. And when you do, act like you expected to. Save your “teenage girl at a Justin Beiber concert” routine for appropriate situations.

    Detroit needed three comeback victories before finally losing to the Niner last week. Lost in the Lion improbable start is their inability at stopping the run. If Matt Forte, Frank Gore and Adrian Petersen ran them over, Atlanta’s Michael Turner can certainly do the same. Falcon always comfortable indoors and taking points. Taking: Atlanta +3½

    Chicago –1 over Tampa Bay (At London, England)

    Seems fitting that these two will play in the city where Dr. Jekyll-Mr. Hyde resided. Both squads have shown split personalities this season but given that both are on good behavior, prefer having Jay Cutler’s arm over a Tampa defense that has allowed six touchdown passes in its past three games. Also note that the Buc are coming off intense filled win over Saint while Bear barely broke a sweat in a pasting over the Vike. Taking: Chicago –1

    ARIZONA +4½ over Pittsburgh

    The schedule makers have once again been kind to the Steeler. Home games against the Seachicken, Titan and Jaguar have produced a perfect 3-0 mark and last week the Steeler had to hang on to beat the Jagwire by a measly four points. Leaving Pittsburgh hasn’t been as successful. The Steeler only road win was a narrow 3-pt win at still winless Indianapolis with losses occurring at Baltimore and Houston by a combined 52-17. While the Cardinal may not exactly be a formidable opponent, they are best as hosts and they’ve had an extra week to prepare. In its last two home games, Arizona held the Panther and Giant to 56 and 57 yards, respectively on the ground. Additionally, Steeler have the Patriot up next week followed by games against the Raven and Bengal, thus, Pittsburgh is in real danger of overlooking this one. Taking: Arizona +4½

  4. krugjr says:

    Kevin Williams wants Leslie Frazier to name names

    Posted by Josh Alper on October 21, 2011, 5:12 PM EDT

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    In the aftermath of Minnesota’s 39-10 loss to the Bears on Sunday night, coach Leslie Frazier said that his team’s defensive line wasn’t physical enough to compete with Chicago.

    The fact that the Vikes gave up 377 yards to a previously struggling offense, 119 of them on the ground, seems to support that notion. That’s not enough to convince defensive tackle Kevin Williams that everyone on the defensive front was worthy of getting called on the carpet, however. Jeremy Fowler of the Pioneer Press reports that Williams said Friday that Frazier was wrong to paint the entire defensive line with the same brush.

    “If you want to call somebody out, call who you’re talking about out. Don’t say the whole group got out-physicaled. I don’t believe that at all. I saw that on the news and I was like, ‘You show a play where two guys are double-teaming me, of course you’re going to get out-physicaled if you’re getting double-teamed on a run block. One guy’s trying to hold me up and the other guy’s trying to take a run at my side’ … If you want to call somebody out, you can do that. A couple of guys might have gotten pushed off the ball, but the whole group, no.”

    At some point, it really doesn’t matter whether it is one guy, two guys or every guy on the line getting pushed around by an offensive line that had drawn nothing but criticism in the first five weeks of the season. That point was reached fairly early on in Sunday night’s blowout, although you can certainly level some blame on a Vikings secondary that struggled despite the Bears using much more max protection than they previously employed under Mike Martz. Williams brought that point up, although he declined to name any specific defensive backs that he thinks should be playing better.

    oh oh…hope this isn’t the beginning of frazier losing his team…..

    • Lost Viking says:


      K-Will was advised of the $ 15K fine for helmet to helmet yesterday.

      Might have been a factor in speaking out.

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