Vikings defensive end Brian Robison had six total tackles, one tackle for a loss, defended two passes and a quarterback hit in Sunday's win over Detroit. Robison doesn't have a sack in two games, but he's been disruptive enough in the passing game that the sacks will come.
The Vikings have ruled out linebacker Anthony Barr (knee) and guard Charlie Johnson (ankle) out for Sunday's contest against Miami, per the team's final injury report. Tight end Kyle Rudolph (ankle, knee) was deemed as doubtful, while safety Robert Blanton (ankle, knee) was deemed as questionable. Meanwhile, running back Matt Asiata (foot), defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd (knee), linebacker Chad Greenway (non-injury related), wide receiver Greg Jennings (hamstring), safety Andrew Sendejo (thumb), defensive end Brian Robison (ankle), defensive tackle Linval Joseph (illness) and cornerback Xavier Rhodes (wrist).
Aside from ruled-out tight end Kyle Rudolph (abdomen/groin), the Vikings are in fine shape as they await their Sunday game against Washington. Listed as questionable is cornerback Jabari Price (hamstring). The probables are defensive end Brian Robison (glute), cornerback Josh Robinson (ankle), defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd (ankle/knee), linebacker Gerald Hodges (hamstring), safety Antone Exum (ankle/shoulder) and tight end Chase Ford (foot).
Vikings starting defensive end Brian Robison criticized his teammates Friday for their demeanor in the locker room during halftime of their lopsided defeat Thursday night in Green Bay. "The mood was like, almost like some people had checked out," he told the Minneapolis Star Tribune. The Vikings fell behind 28-0 at the half and 42-0 after three quarters before scoring two touchdowns in the fourth.
Vikings defensive end Brian Robison was excused from practice Monday to handle a personal matter, the Star Tribune reports.