Griffen had two sacks, three tackles, two tackles for a loss and defended a pass in Sunday's win at Jacksonville. Griffen ended a streak of five consecutive games without a sack. He now has eight sack and could match last season's 10.5 sacks in his last three games.
Griffen had seven total tackles, two tackles for a loss and a sack in Sunday's loss to Detroit. Minnesota's three-game losing streak and struggles on defense can't be blamed on Griffen as he has two sacks and 13 tackles the past three games. He has six sacks on the season.
Griffen notched a sack and five tackles Monday against the Bears. Griffen broke a three-game drought by recording his fifth sack of the season. In addition, his five tackles represented the most he's had in any contest this year. His strong play hasn't always been represented on the stat sheet, but after recording double-digit sacks in each of the past two campaigns, he's in position to reach that milestone yet again.
Griffen (shoulder) is active for Sunday's wild-card contest against the Seahawks. Coming off back-to-back double-digit sack campaigns, Griffen may have difficulty bringing down the ever-elusive Russell Wilson. Nevertheless, Griffen has notched 22.5 sacks over the last 31 games during the aforementioned stretch.
Griffen (shoulder) is listed as probable for Sunday's playoff game against the Seahawks. Griffen was limited earlier in the week to help rest his shoulder issue, but returned as a full participant in Friday's practice. Following a pair of sacks and a fumble forced last weekend, Griffen is expected to play through any discomfort once again this Sunday.