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The Vikings decided to keep S Mistral Raymond inactive as he makes a measured return from a partially dislocated ankle, but TE Allen Reisner, promoted to the 53-man roster on Saturday, is active.
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Leslie Frazier seems like a perfectly nice guy. He is in his second season as the head coach of the Minnesota Vikings and, after a very surprisingly successful start to the 2012 NFL season, it is now looking as if Frazier is afraid of success. He is either afraid of success for both the Vikings as well as Adrian Peterson, or he just has no idea as to how momentum and football both...
Vikings coach Leslie Frazier insists that quarterback Christian Ponder is in no danger of losing his job despite another subpar effort Sunday against the Seahawks.Fantasy Spin:Ponder finished the afternoon with just 63 yards passing and a 37.3 quarterback rating. He's thrown at least one interception in each of his last five games and certainly won't fare much better next...
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Percy Harvin said he felt he was "done" after being tackled for a three-yard loss late in the third quarter of the Minnesota Vikings' 30-20 loss at Seattle on Sunday.
The league's leading receiver with 62 catches this season sprained his ankle in three places, but Harvin and coach Leslie Frazier are calling his status day to day and hoping...
The Minnesota Vikings still don't have wide receiver Percy Harvin back.
Coach Leslie Frazier said Harvin won't practice Wednesday. He severely sprained his left ankle on Nov. 4 at Seattle and has missed three games since. The Vikings play Chicago on Sunday, but Frazier sounded pessimistic about Harvin's return. The coach said it's ''hard to say''...
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson didn't practice much this week, but he's a full go against a tough Seattle defense.Fantasy Spin:Peterson didn't let major knee surgery get in the way of his season so an ankle sprain wasn't going to stop him. Peterson is averaging 109 ypg rushing over his last five contests.
Vikings wideout Percy Harvin suffered a mild ankle sprain Sunday versus the Seahawks.Fantasy Spin:Harvin went for an MRI on Monday and this is what the doctors found. Harvin returned to action after the initial injury on Sunday but sometimes injuries like this are worse the day after when swelling begins to occur. It's unknown whether or not he'll be available for next week...
Percy Harvin's ankle injury appears to be more serious than the Vikings had originally thought.Fantasy Spin:Harvin's ankle is sprained in three places and was described by ESPN Twin Cities radio host Judd Zulgad as "a big-time long shot" to play Sunday against Detroit. Wideout Michael Jenkins should see a boost in fantasy ownership this week with Harvin unlikely to suit up.
The Vikings didn’t have much go right for them Sunday in Seattle, but Adrian Peterson accounted for the Vikings’ top five gains when the deep passing game once again struggled. Stats and reaction on both those fronts, as well as Percy Harvin’s frustration, A.J. Jefferson starting, and Allen Reisner being the most productive tight end against Seattle.
Christian Ponder has been a sore point in the Vikings’ passing game, but he isn’t the only thorn causing irritation. We review the numerous aspects of the passing offense that went wrong, patched together with reaction from Leslie Frazier and others.