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Titans vs Vikings Wednesday Injury Report

TENNESSEE TITANS

Practice Report

DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE

Wednesday

LB Patrick Bailey (hand), WR Kenny Britt (ankle), G Leroy Harris (not injury related), QB Jake Locker (left shoulder), DE Scott Solomon (hamstring)

LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE

Wednesday

TE Jared Cook (shoulder), LB Colin McCarthy (ankle)

FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE

Wednesday

T Mike Otto (knee, finger)

MINNESOTA VIKINGS

Practice Report

DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE

Wednesday

DE Jared Allen (groin), WR Michael Jenkins (rib), S Mistral Raymond (ankle), S Andrew Sendejo (ankle)

LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE

Wednesday

LB Erin Henderson (concussion), G Charlie Johnson (back), QB Christian Ponder (knee), CB Marcus Sherels (quadricep), CB Antoine Winfield (knee)


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5 Responses to “Titans vs Vikings Wednesday Injury Report”

  1. robb says:

    Vikings by 21.The Titans won’t stand a chance against the tenacious and driving defense of the Vikings.Kyle Rudolph should have a good day as the Titans are horrible against tight ends.And Peterson should have his best game of the season so far.Look for Ponder to have a much better game than last week.I wonder if memories of last year at Detroit made Ponder a little apprehensive and skiddish last week.He got badly hurt last year in the Detroit game.Maybe it was a sub-conscience manifestation…or maybe not.Man,I love this sport.It gives people happiness(when we’re winning), a sense of worth,and a chance to live vicariously through this great team.Skol Vikings.

    • purplereign57 says:

      I swear robb, you are one optimistic son-of-a-gun. I’ve been a die-hard Vikings fan for forty years. There’s no way the Vikings will win by 21, although that would indeed be fun to watch. I think the Vikings D MIGHT keep Chris Johnson in check, but they have a talented group of wide-outs, and Hasselbeck ain’t nothin’ to sneeze at. HE CAN get the job done, but if we can get some pressure on him, make him move his feet,we’re liable to get some errant throws that our secondary COULD possibly pick off. Even though they’re 1-3, the Titans will surely come to play. I believe that. Vikings 27-21, and God forbid, maybe even an upset. I just hope the Vikings don’t get caught with their britches down, everybody gels well and plays some good mistake-free physical football.

      • Nume says:

        This is one time I’m happy you weren’t correct, though I’d have probably agreed with you before the game :P. Very happy to see the Vikings come out and play much strong, especially on defense, than I could reasonably expect.

        • robb says:

          Thanks for the reply and I’m glad you’re seeing it my way!lol.I predicted the Vikes over the Loins by ten week 4 and would have been on the money if not for Walsh’s only miss.Zulgad and Pelissero had the mighty Vikes losing both Detroit and Tenn.I’m surprised by that with all their in-depth,very comprehensive coverage.At the end of the week Pellisero and Zulgad have their game capsules and make their score predictions and I make mine.Vikings on to the playoffs and beyond!Skol Vikings the best team in the NFL(too soon.I think not).

  2. dynalee10 says:

    Seems you were both correct đŸ™‚

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