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Vikings at Chiefs Friday Injury Report


Questionable: LB E.J. Henderson (knee), S Jamarca Sanford (thigh)

Probable: CB Asher Allen (toe), CB Chris Cook (groin), S Tyrell Johnson (hip), TE Jim Kleinsasser (elbow), RB Adrian Peterson (calf), DT Kevin Williams (foot)

Kansas City

Out: WR Jon Baldwin (thumb)

Questionable: CB Brandon Flowers (ankle), S Jon McGraw (shin)

Probable: DE Brandon Bair (illness)

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2 Responses to “Vikings at Chiefs Friday Injury Report”

  1. Lost Viking says:

    Annoying wait for Handle picks is over. Here’s your bonus pick

    Bill (3-0) at Cincinnati (1-2)
    Bill take their undefeated record to Cincinnati to face the bumbling Bengal. Easy sledding, right? Not in this league. Emotion plays a big part each Sunday and after Buffalo’s ginormous win over the Patriot, the jubilation may not have worn off in time to focus on this opponent. Throw in the fact that the whole world is laying this seemingly cheap price and the red flags become even more prevalent. We would be very, very cautious about laying the tag because that’s precisely what the books want you to do.


  2. Lost Viking says:

    Its not only fans who Viking have let down the last three weeks. Handle is also jaded about Viking prospects….

    Viking (0-3) at Chief (0-3)


    Vike favored to win on the road? One of these dregs will be off the schneid. Style points matter, and these Vike are the master of the second half melt-down. Viking were ahead 20-10 late in the 3rd quarter when confronted with a 4th and 1 outside of field goal range. Leslie Frazier’s inclination was to punt and to try to pin the Lion offense deep, so he started to send out the punting unit. But then Adrian Peterson (who apparently has the power of veto) waved them back off. Peterson called the shots at a critical juncture of the game. However, when the ball was snapped, it was not Peterson, but Toby Gerhart that plowed into a brick wall of Lions who correctly foresaw the unimaginative play-call. Can’t wait to see if Peterson benches McNabb next week. When the coach loses control and respect of team, we all know what happens next. If Chief weren’t so unwatchable, this could’ve made our top plays.


    DALLAS –1 over Detroit

    Lion are flying high while the Cowboy are taxiing midair, trying to smooth out a bumpy ride, despite Dallas’ moderate success. That bodes well here as we get the benefit of the ‘Boys Monday night performance and the salty taste left in most mouths despite the win. While it took six field goals and zero touchdowns to secure that win, the most important aspect of that game may have been the sudden maturation of QB Tony Romo, displaying leadership qualities previously in question. Detroit had to overcome a 20-0 deficit before eking out an OT win in Minnesota. Now the Lion will play their third road game in the first four weeks and must travel on consecutive weeks to play a team that will have the luxury of being home again and having next week off. Young Lion also in danger of looking ahead to next week’s rare Monday night appearance against visiting Bear. Small price to spot under ideal conditions. Play: Dallas –1

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