This is the November 29, 2012 news archive. View today's Vikings rumors and news.
Share TweetOf the six Bears starters who were injured on Sunday against the Vikings, half of them officially won’t play in Week 13. Guard Lance Louis previously had been placed on injured reserve. Ruled out on Thursday for a home game against the Seahawks were gSource: profootballtalk.comShare TweetA blindside block on an interception return cost Vikings defensive end Jared Allen a $21,000 NFL fine and cost Bears guard Lance Louis the rest of his season when he hurt his knee on the play. Now Allen is saying he’s sorry. “I feel bad he got hurt,”
Percy Prognosis: still iffy at best as Vikings continue preparing for PackersUpdated Nov 29, 2012 Share TweetHarvin's sprained ankle may keep him out for a third consecutive game this weekend.
Williams on Pack's receivers: `Biggest test we'll face all year'Updated Nov 29, 2012 Share TweetDefensive coordinator can't focus on any one target.Share TweetEDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- For years, Adrian Peterson has insisted he would rather run out of a single-back set rather than follow a traditional lead blocker. As recently as Thursday, the Minnesota Vikings tailback said: "My preference is to be back th…Share TweetRudolph returns after missing Wednesday's practiceShare TweetMinnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson says he missed the team bus to Soldier Field on Sunday because he overslept.
Behind Enemy Lines: Vikings' upset bid in Green Bay hinges on pressure from d-lineUpdated Nov 29, 2012 Share TweetThis week's opponent scouting report comes from Tyler Dunne, who covers the Packers for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Plenty to digest on Green Bay's offensive line shortcomings, the emergence of Randall Cobb and the respect for Adrian Peterson.
Preview: Minnesota Vikings vs. Green Bay PackersNov 29NFL Films previews the Week 13 matchup between the Minnesota Vikings and the Green Bay Packers.
AFC playoff races wrapping up early -- John Clayton's First & 10Nov 29The AFC playoff races are on the verge of wrapping up early, John Clayton writes.
The Sports Guy's Thursday NFL PickNov 29There are two ways that a blackjack dealer can ruin your night. I don't mind the first way — if he's grimly dealing himself face cards and black...