Week 11 injury report: Minnesota Vikings vs Arizona Cardinals

Who will be sit out week 11’s game between the Minnesota Vikings and which injured players could be suiting up? Check out the injury report to find out!

Week 11 of the NFL season will present a big test for the Minnesota Vikings. With the Arizona Cardinals coming to town, this is sure to be a very intriguing game for both of the teams involved.

For Minnesota, they are looking to end a four game slid. After opening the season 5-0 and looking like Super Bowl contenders, the team has crashed down to earth, losing hold of the division race and landing outside the playoff picture.

Of course, it will be a real benefit to have players healthy and available for the game. That is why looking at the injury report to see who is out, doubtful, or questionable is important. So, here is the report from the official websites of the Vikings and Cardinals.

Arizona Cardinals

OUT

  • -none-

DOUBTFUL

  • Corey Peters, DT – foot

QUESTIONABLE

  • Deone Bucannon, LB – ankle
  • Tyrann Mathieu, S – shoulder
  • Tharold Simon, CB – ankle

It appears as though the Cardinals will be close to full strength against the Vikings. With only one player listed as doubtful or worse, they will enter the game mostly healthy. However, if something happens and players like Bucannon or Mathieu are unable to go, it would be a huge loss for Arizona.

Minnesota Vikings

OUT

  • Sharrif Floyd, DT – knee

DOUBTFUL

  • -none-

QUESTIONABLE

  • Eric Kendricks, LB – hip
  • Captain Munnerlyn, CB – ankle
  • Marcus Sherels, PR/CB – ankle

Sharrif Floyd out is no surprise. He’s been a regular injured inactive for what seems like an eternity. The good news here is that Munnerlyn, Kendricks, and Sherels all missed last weeks game and appear to be on track to return in week 11.

This should be considered a must-win game for the Minnesota Vikings. The team desperately needs to end their losing stream and get back to their winning ways. Getting that win over a tough team like the Cardinals could be a big statement for the franchise going forward.

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