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Andrew Krammer and Michael Rand discuss how the Vikings stack up against the Saints in London, and open the mailbag to answer your questions on the latest Access Vikings podcast.
Justin Jefferson was held to a career-low 14 yards on three catches against the Lions. But the Vikings found ways to work around his lack of production. How did they do it?
Running back Dalvin Cook will be monitored throughout the week with the hope that he'll be fit to play in Sunday's game against the Saints in London.
Dalvin Cook finished with 96 rushing yards and a touchdown as a focal point of the Minnesota Vikings offense, but he injured his shoulder while fumbling.
Ben Goessling, Andrew Krammer and La Velle E. Neal discuss the Vikings' 28-24 win from U.S. Bank Stadium, where quarterback Kirk Cousins helped put away the Lions.
Josh Metellus replaced safety Harrison Smith and helped a beleaguered Minnesota Vikings secondary stop another bad start against the Lions.
Kendricks was a late addition to the injury report Friday with a toe issue that limited him in practice. The Vikings defense will not have safety Harrison Smith against the Lions.
Head coach Kevin O'Connell did not say who would start in Smith's place: Josh Metellus or first-round pick Lewis Cine.
Defensive coordinator Ed Donatell defended his approach vs. Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts, who had 390 yards from scrimmage vs. the Vikings, and said he's not concerned with "missed assignments."
Cousins completed only three of 11 passes for 20 yards and two interceptions against Eagles rushes of five players or more. Up next is a Lions defense that has blitzed more than every team but one so far.