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Vikings, Packers Each List 3 Starters As Questionable

Posted by Mike Wobschall on November 19, 2010 – 2:05 pm

Both the Vikings and Packers have listed 3 starters as questionable for this Sunday’s NFC North tilt at Mall of America Field. Let’s get to the details…

For the Vikings
Out: S Eric Frampton (hamstring)
Questionable: WR Bernard Berrian, G Anthony Herrera (elbow) and C John Sullivan (calf)
Probable: CB Asher Allen (concussion), CB Chris Cook (knee), QB Brett Favre (ankle/foot), WR Percy Harvin (ankle) and S Jamarca Sanford (hamstring)

For Green Bay
Questionable: WR Donald Driver (quadricep), FB Korey Hall (back) DE/NT  Ryan Pickett (ankle)
Probable:LB Desmond Bishop (hip), LB Brandon Chillar (shoulder), T Chad Clifton (knee), CB Pat Lee (ankle), LB Clay Matthews (shin), TE Andrew Quarless (shoulder), Scott Wells (arch) CB Charles Woodson (toe)


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26 Responses to “Vikings, Packers Each List 3 Starters As Questionable”

  1. By purplerainmain on Nov 19, 2010 | Reply

    Questionable: The Offensive Line, Defensive Line, Secondary, Coaching Staff, Sidney Rice, Integrity, Heart, Chilly’s Firing in the next Decade.

    Not trying to be rude. I’m just saying.

  2. By Frederick Jones on Nov 19, 2010 | Reply

    Purple Rain, Purple Rain. I’m not a fan of the song, but it would be nice to hear it when the Vikings win the Super Bowl in the future. I’m not saying this year. Although anything is possible.

  3. By Frederick Jones on Nov 19, 2010 | Reply

    Purplerainmain, I do agree that the Vikings have to play better as a team. Brian Billick or Jon Gruden coming in and waving their magic wand isn’t going to solve the whole team’s problems. All it will do is give them excuses, which they might turn into a win or two, then we are right back where we started.

  4. By purplehaze on Nov 19, 2010 | Reply

    dont forget the pathetic special teams, that coordinator should have been fired weeks ago.. they’re a trainwreck that looked pathetic against the bears…

  5. By vikadan on Nov 19, 2010 | Reply

    Im the quarterback of chicago and i can have a picnic, a glass of wine and do a dance and still get 30 yards on 3rd and 7 !!!!!!!! put some pressure on green bay this sunday its time to cut loose!

  6. By Justin on Nov 19, 2010 | Reply

    John Sullivan always has a problem with his calf, it seems. Why can’t he take time off and heal (or better yet just take the rest of the season off?)

    And god help Favre. Him and Clay Matthews seem to be on a collision course (in more than 1 way) on Sunday.

  7. By fire childress on Nov 19, 2010 | Reply

    Fred, you don’t really know what your talking about. bringing in a new coach will take out all the old garbage. there are quite a few players on the team that will be either traded of cut for lack of effort

  8. By fire childress on Nov 19, 2010 | Reply

    John Sullivan is a horrible player, he gets blown off the line every single play. too bad Matt Birk left, just another player that wanted out because he hated Chilly

  9. By Stephanie on Nov 19, 2010 | Reply

    if Sidney Rice plays it should help a little, but only if Brett gets good protection. two of the offensive linemen are listed as questionable…that concerns me. it’s really important for the offensive line to have consistency.

  10. By purplerainmain on Nov 19, 2010 | Reply

    Word is Sidney will play. I’m wicked excited to see #18 out there.

  11. By fire childress on Nov 20, 2010 | Reply

    rice will not be a big factor. he might get in 20 plays is all.

  12. By sigg07 on Nov 20, 2010 | Reply

    GO VIKINGS KEEP THE SPIRIT ALIVE , JUSE WIN THE FRICKEN GAME

  13. By mike, the lost vike on Nov 20, 2010 | Reply

    Rice is milking it, he won’t change the outcome that we lose by at least a touchdown. The only thing positive from this upcoming loss, is childress getting fired.

  14. By Guest on Nov 20, 2010 | Reply

    Win or lose wont heal anything this underachieved team has no business being 3-6 fed up with failures this team sets up for themselves like it or not but favre has cost us some games o-line is getting mauled almost every play. Defense is basic no pressure upfront pass defense gets no help because qb’s have all year to throw in the pocket they can’t cover forever. Coach has no rhythm in playcalls has no brains for the game. Even if the vikes played lights out this weekend it proves nothing they cannot keep the consistency to become a successful team the turnovers are killing us everything that can go wrong is happening with this team. AP and harvin is the only positive.

  15. By fire childress on Nov 20, 2010 | Reply

    it’s too bad they didn’t get rid of Chilly last year. he ruined our only superbowl hope. we could be sitting at 8-1 with a good coach now !

  16. By plaxico furris on Nov 20, 2010 | Reply

    too bad we didnt get mankins! tom brady had like 8 seconds to throw while brett only gets two seconds of protection and is the second most hit qb in the league! mckinnie shud go back to the luv boat! we give the pats a free 3rd round pick and mankins just sits there for eight weeks while our quarterback gets killed all season!!!!!! management/childress sucks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i said get mankins all season up to the point he reported.!

  17. By rocksalt on Nov 20, 2010 | Reply

    I could be wrong ,but it appears that Sidney will stay out and market himnself next year……

  18. By TexasViking on Nov 20, 2010 | Reply

    Since Wilf will not fire Childress. Too bad Childress is not listed as being out for the game. We definetly do not need him showing up. He has never shown up to coach the majority of his career…. Loser…..

  19. By fire childress on Nov 20, 2010 | Reply

    yeah, all you have to do it look at Bill B.’s winning percentage compared to Chilly to see just how bad of a coach Chilly is. Chilly may end up with more losses then wins by the end of the year. Chilly is a 5 time loser.

  20. By Conner on Nov 20, 2010 | Reply

    Based on the year to year improvement in record, talent level, Childress deserves some credit. That being said. He has lost the team, they don’t follow or believe in him. He’s too predictable. His press conferences make Eeyore sound like he’s amped up on cappucino’s and skittles. If we win most from here on out, we get a so-so pick in the draft. If we continue losing, we’ll get a better pick. Unfortunately, if we draft like this past season, bring in Matt Millen for G.M. Millen was a horrible G.M. without question. But he wouldn’t have drafted as poorly as the Vikes. Hopefully, Webb get’s his chance to play at some point. Hopefully, Gerhardt continues to make progress. Other than that who has made any impact?

  21. By Conner on Nov 20, 2010 | Reply

    Draft O-line and secondary guys. Address our weaknesses now.

  22. By mrsmiff on Nov 21, 2010 | Reply

    So Halleberrian isn’t off his cycle yet?

  23. By mrsmiff on Nov 21, 2010 | Reply

    We don’t have to have a bad season to get good picks. Just ask the Patriots.

  24. By Rogerthevikefan on Nov 21, 2010 | Reply

    They way we are playing we will choice in the top 10. Prince Akamura best corner or AJ Green best wr. But if we draft first overall I really hope Andrew Luck comes out.

  25. By bass8 on Nov 21, 2010 | Reply

    WHAT WE NEED TODAY MORE THAN ANYTHING IS FOR JARED AND THE DEFENSE TO SHOW UP AND PRESSURE A. RODGERS (THEY SHOWED UP IN THE ARIZONA GAME, BUT THAT’S ABOUT ALL THIS YEAR) A.R. IS NOT THAT GOOD WHEN HE HAS ANY PRESSURE AT ALL…ALSO HOPE THE O-LINE CAN PROTECT BRETT FROM THAT LONG-HAIRED, CONCEITED MATTHEWS…NOW LET’S GO VIKINGS!!!YOU CAN WIN TODAY!!!!!THE NFC RACE IS CLOSER THAN YOU THINK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!GO VIKINGS!!!!!

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