Who will be out for the week 7 game between the Minnesota Vikings and Philadelphia Eagles and whose status is up in the air? Check out the injury report!
Injuries can make or break an NFL team who are hoping to make a run at the postseason. Last year, the Minnesota Vikings made the playoffs and are hoping to return and make a deep push toward the Super Bowl.
But first, there are many challenges in the way. This week, the Vikings are travelling to Philadelphia to take on the Eagles. While both teams have lost quite a few players to get to week 7 of the National Football League season, there aren’t a lot of players in danger of missing the game.
The Friday injury report has been released with the official statuses going into the game, and it doesn’t look too bad for each team involved. Here is the list according to NFL.com:
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- MyCole Pruitt, TE – Knee
- Stefon Diggs, WR – Groin
- Laquon Treadwell, WR – Thumb
- Bennie Logan, DT – Groin
- Mychal Kendricks, LB – Ribs
MyCole Pruitt has been out of action for a while, so for him to be out isn’t a surprise. Diggs has been dealing with his hip issue and was held out last week, so that was also not a shocker. But having first round draft pick Laquon Treadwell on the list was a bit of a surprise, but not one that should have a major impact on the outcome of the game.
Meanwhile, it doesn’t look as though anyone will be missing for the Eagles, as no players are listed as doubtful or worse. Although, if Logan or Kendricks are to miss the game due to their injuries, they would be a significant blow to a tough defense.
Don’t miss the Minnesota Vikings taking on the Philadelphia Eagles. The week 7 game could be one of the biggest of the week, so be sure to be ready for the noon central kickoff time on Sunday, October 23, 2016.