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Saints at Vikings Thursday Injury Report

New Orleans

Did not participate: LB Jonathan Casillas (knee), RB Mark Ingram (toe)

Limited participation: DE Turk McBride (ankle), LB Jonathan Vilma (knee)

Full participation: DT Sedrick Ellis (hamstring), TE Jimmy Graham (back), CB Tracy Porter (wrist), LB Scott Shanle (shoulder)


Out: CB Chris Cook (not injury related)

Limited participation: WR Greg Camarillo (concussion), DT Letroy Guion (ankle), LB E.J. Henderson (shoulder), S Jarrad Page (hip), RB Adrian Peterson (ankle)

Full participation: CB Asher Allen (shoulder), QB Christian Ponder (hip)

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3 Responses to “Saints at Vikings Thursday Injury Report”

  1. Lost Viking says:

    Handle sends his continuing affection toward Viking:

    MINNESOTA +6½ over New Orleans

    Saint may not be as goofy as the Cowboy, Charger or Eagle but with previous losses at Tampa and St. Louis while barely holding on in Tennessee last week, we’re not anxious to endorse them at this price when outside of Louisiana. For a two-win team, the Viking remain tenacious and should maintain that here.

    Play: Minnesota +6½

  2. Lost Viking says:

    Other NFC teams of note

    CHICAGO –3½ over Seattle
    With three straight losses, Chicago’s playoff hopes aren’t quite down the drain but they are circling the bowl. Knowing that a trip to Green Bay is on deck and then finishing in division at Minnesota, this one becomes crucial. It sets up very well as price may be reduced because of the imprint placed in the betting public’s mind after Seahawk consecutive blowout wins in a pair of prime timers over Philadelphia and St. Louis.

    Seahawg stock is high and the Bear stock is low and buying low and selling high usually works out well. Tavaris Jackson is a bad QB so that leaves Marshall Lynch and a bag of Skittles as Seattle’s main weapon. Bear defense has to come up big and they know it. They have to dig down extra deep because they still have a good shot to make the playoffs and should they do so, Jay Cutler could return. Seattle’s last two aforementioned wins, both at CenturyLink Field, does not provide enough qualifications to be slotted in this price range against a cold-weather and desperate host.

    Play: Chicago –3½

    OAKLAND +1 over Detroit

    There’s not much shame these days in getting blown out in Green Bay and with the Raider returning home after dropping a pair on the road, don’t be surprised to see them rebound against the Lion. Detroit’s defense is imperceptibly poor and Oakland gets a playmaker back.

    Play: Oakland +1

  3. Lost Viking says:

    Then there’s Handle’s seasonal reminder to help out the homeless this Xmas:

    KANSAS CITY +14 over Green Bay

    You look at all the key injuries suffered by the Chief this season, and you wonder if a head coach deserves to be fired under those circumstances. Maybe not but that neck-beard in itself was reason enough to can Haley. Instead of just looking like a homeless dude, he has taken an important first step toward becoming one. Now back to the game.

    A premium is required when backing the Packer and despite obvious disparity between these two clubs, we can’t advise overpaying for the prized commodity. QB Kyle Orton should be able to start, a honeymoon surge is often occurs when a new coach arrives and Green Bay is being cautious with its starters after losing one last week.

    Play: Kansas City +14

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