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1-1-0 2-1-0
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Top Vikings News

  • Vikings' C.J. Ham: Records two catches Sunday

    Ham hauled in two of three targets for 15 yards in Sunday's 28-24 win over the Lions.

    Though he was only on the field for 11 snaps on offense, Ham had two key receptions on the first of the Vikings' two touchdown drives in the second quarter. With Dalvin Cook (shoulder) uncertain to suit up Week 4 against the Saints, Ham could see a modest uptick in snaps with one less option available out of the backfield. However, the fullback is unlikely to see an appreciable increase in touches as a runner or pass catcher, as Alexander Mattison would step into Cook's three-down lead role if Cook ends up sitting out in New Orleans.

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  • Vikings' Eric Kendricks: Double-digit tackles in win

    Kendricks registered 11 tackles (five solo) and two pass defenses during Sunday's 28-24 win over the Lions.

    Kendricks popped up on the injury report Friday as a limited participant and was labeled as questionable, but he didn't appear limited as he played every defensive snap for a third straight game. Across three appearances, the veteran linebacker has 23 tackles and three pass defenses.

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  • Vikings' Jordan Hicks: Posts 14 stops in win

    Hicks recorded 14 tackles (10 solo) and one pass defense during Sunday's 28-24 win over the Lions.

    Hicks notched his second outing of the season with at least 14 tackles and has totaled 31 stops, two pass defenses, one sack and one interception through his first threes games with Minnesota. The veteran linebacker will look to continue his hot start against the Saints on Sunday.

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  • Vikings' Josh Metellus: Gets start at free safety

    Metellus started at free safety and had 11 total tackles, an interception and two pass defensed in Sunday's win over Detroit.

    Metellus got the start with Harrison Smith sidelined due to a concussion and had a strong game by allowing just four receptions on five targets for a total of 23 yards and just one missed tackle, according to Pro Football Focus. He could continue to have a large role if Smith remains sidelined in Week 4.

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  • Vikings' Jalen Reagor: Just one reception

    Reagor had one reception for two yards on his lone target in Sunday's win over Detroit. He also returned two punts for an average of 10 yards.

    Reagor played just one snap on offense Sunday, so his role didn't grow after playing a surprise 10 snaps on offense Week 2. He's primarily working as a punt returner.

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  • Vikings' Johnny Mundt: Two receptions Sunday

    Mundt had two receptions for 23 yards on two targets in Sunday's win over Detroit.

    Mundt wasn't on the field as a starter like the previous two games and played fewer snaps than Irv Smith, Jr. (37 to 28). Mundt will remain part of the offense but won't get more than a few targets per game.

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  • Vikings' Ben Ellefson: Career-high two receptions

    Ellefson had two receptions for 24 yards on two targets in Sunday's win over Detroit.

    Ellefson is primary a blocking tight end, as he has just four receptions in three seasons. However, three of those have come this season and Sunday's output was a career high. He ran four routes on 13 snaps on offense.

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  • Vikings' Dalvin Cook: Deemed day-to-day

    Vikings head coach Kevin O'Connell said Monday that Cook (shoulder) is considered day-to-day, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.

    Per Tomasson, Cook has a subluxed shoulder injury, which means it's in and out of the socket. Cook has dealt with this injury in the past, missing Week 13 last season. On this occasion, the Vikings are hopeful that Cook will be able to play through the issue while wearing a harness. However, his activity level in practice this week may provide further clarity on his status for Sunday's contest against the Saints in London. If the star running back is unable to suit up this weekend, Alexander Mattison would be the primary beneficiary.

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  • Vikings' Harrison Smith: Expects to play Sunday

    Smith has cleared the NFL's concussion protocols and is expected to play Sunday against New Orleans, Alec Lewis of The Athletic reports.

    Smith sustained a concussion during the Vikings' Week 2 loss to the Eagles and was unavailable for Sunday's win over the Lions. However, he should be ready to return following a one-game absence as the Vikings prepare to travel to London to face the Saints in Week 4.

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  • Vikings' Irv Smith: Only two catches in Week 3

    Smith caught two of six targets for 32 yards in Sunday's 28-24 win over the Lions.

    Smith took a step back after breaking out with five catches and a touchdown Week 2 at Philadelphia. He also had another prominent drop after missing on a long potential touchdown pass that hit him in the hands in that game. Third receiver K.J. Osborn led the way with 73 yards and a touchdown against Detroit, and Smith's role likely will remain inconsistent moving forward in a Minnesota passing game with a lot of mouths to feed.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 103.7
Def. 137.7


Player Injury
D. Cook RB Dalvin Cook RB Shoulder
H. Smith FS Harrison Smith FS Concussion
T. McGill DT T.Y. McGill DT Ankle
A. Booth Jr. CB Andrew Booth Jr. CB Quadriceps
E. Griffen DE Everson Griffen DE Personal

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