The Vikings have only had one big playmaker on their offense this season and it looks that player won't be available for Thursday's game in Detroit.

According to ESPN.com, Stefon Diggs is unlikely to play against the Lions due to a knee injury that he's dealing with. The wide receiver was listed as questionable on the team's final injury report that was released on Wednesday.

If Diggs is out, that will be a big blow to a Vikings offense that has already been struggling this season. With 67 catches for 747 yards this year, Diggs has been the Vikings' leading receiver by far in 2016. No one else on Minnesota's roster even has 550 yards receiving.

The good news for the Vikings is that their offense can't technically get any worse in the rankings. Through 11 weeks, the Vikings' offense is ranked dead last in total yards behind teams like the Rams, 49ers and Browns.

The Lions defense will get a huge break if Diggs isn't on the field as the Vikings receiver torched Detroit's secondary in Week 9 with 13 catches for 80 yards. Despite Diggs' performance, the Lions still pulled off a 22-16 overtime in that game.

Diggs also caught 13 passes in Week 10, becoming the first player in NFL history to catch 13 or more passes in back-to-back games.

The Vikings-Lions game kicks off at 12:30 p.m. ET on Thanksgiving Day. You'll be able to stream the game live on CBSSports.com by clicking through to this link. You'll also be able to watch the game on almost any other device, including: Apple TV, Roku, XBox One, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV and Chromecast.