Kendricks had 12 total tackles, two tackles for a loss and an interception in Sunday's win over Carolina. While Minnesota's defense has struggled this season, Kendricks is having one of his best seasons. He's averaging a career-high 9.7 tackles per game along with three interceptions.
Kendricks made 14 tackles in Sunday's 40-23 loss to the Falcons. For the fifth time in six games, Kendricks recorded double-digit tackles, as he's now up to a whopping 67 stops this season. The 2015 second-round pick is a top IDP option, and barring an injury, Kendricks should shatter the career-high 113 tackles he posted back in 2017.
Kendricks (foot) is not listed on Friday's injury report, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Kendricks began the week with back-to-back missed practices, but he doesn't carry any sort of injury designation for Sunday night's contest in Seattle. The 28-year-old has played 100 percent of Minnesota's defensive snaps through four games, and he currently leads the league with 45 total tackles, so the Vikings may have simply been allowing Kendricks some rest. He's an automatic weekly start in IDP formats.
Kendricks (foot) didn't participate in Wednesday's practice. Kendricks has played every snap through four games, so it's unclear when he picked up the foot injury. It's concerning nonetheless, as Kendricks is sharp in coverage and leads the Vikings with 45 tackles -- two for a loss -- this year. If he's unable to play Sunday versus the Seahawks, expect either Todd Davis or Ryan Connelly to fill in.
Kendricks recorded a team-high 12 tackles (seven solo) and added a pass defensed in Sunday's 31-23 win over Houston. Kendricks has opened the season with four consecutive double-digit tackle performances and leads the league with 45 tackles through four weeks. The 28-year-old linebacker should be busy again in Week 5, as Minnesota will try to slow down a high-flying Seahawks offense that's averaging 35.5 points per game.