The Vikings battled a few injuries early in Sunday’s game against the Packers.
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Posted: Sunday, November 21st, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Anthony Herrera, Bernard Berrian, Green Bay Packers, John Sullivan, Korey Hall, Minnesota Vikings, Ryan Pickett, Sidney Rice, Week 11 inactives
Vikings QB Brett Favre will have his favorite target back against the NFC North rival Packers, as WR Sidney Rice is active for the first time this season.
Posted: Friday, November 12th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Alex Smith, Andre Johnson, Arizona Cardinals, Beanie Wells, Ben Roethlisberger, Bernard Berrian, Carolina Panthers, Carson Palmer, Chad Ochocinco, Chris Johnson, Cincinnati Bengals, DeAngelo Williams, Detroit Lions, Houton Texans, Jahvid Best, Joel Dreesen, Jonathan Stewart, Mario Manningham, Mike Singletary, Minnesota Vikings, New England Patriots, New York Giants, Owen Daniels, Percy Harvin, Pittsburgh Steelers, San Francisco 49ers, Shaun Hill, Sidney Rice, Steve Smith North, Tennessee Titans, Tim Hightower, Tom Brady, Tyrell Sutton, Vince Young
Titans QB Vince Young (ankle) is a true game-time decision (a decision that will be brought to you on NFL.com Fantasy LIVE on Sunday morning) against the Dolphins.
The Vikings and Cardinals will have their top playmakers on the field Sunday at the Metrodome.
The absence of Randy Moss in Minnesota means a major drop in fantasy appeal for two major players.
Posted: Monday, November 1st, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Brett Favre, Con Air, Donovan McNabb, Minnesota Vikings, Nicolas Cage, Oakland Raiders, Percy Harvin, Randy Moss, Rex Grossman, Sidney Rice, Visanthe Shiancoe, Wes Welker
Randy Moss did not put up the huge fantasy numbers that most expected when he went back to Minnesota. But it would be foolish to overlook the impact he had on some of his teammates. Most notably, WR Percy Harvin.
Vikings WR Sidney Rice is off the crutches according to Jeff Zulgad (via Twitter). There is no word on when he will be able to resume football activities.
Sidney Rice is one of many Vikings excited over the return of Randy Moss.
One way to make sense of Brett Favre’s struggles is through a little exercise of compare and contrast.
You can’t sit Vikings WR Percy Harvin, which is enough to frustrate fantasy owners.
Vikings RB Adrian Peterson told reporters this week that he would like 40 to 50 carries per game (via the Star Tribune). And you know what, he might need to reach that total for the Vikings to win.
Vincent Jackson could be back sooner than later for fantasy owners … if the Chargers deal him in the next few days.
The time has come. And Brett Favre will be sitting on my bench.
Posted: Tuesday, August 31st, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Adrian Jones, Adrian Tracy, Al Harris, Andy Tanner, Atari Bigby, Bill Noethlich, Bobby Sewall, Brandon Renkart, Brett Lockett, Cecil Newton, Chris Scott, D'Anthony Smith, Darren Mougey, Darry Beckwith, Darryl Richard, David Pittman, Derrick Ward, Donald Butler, Dwayne Wright, Edwin Williams, Gary Banks, Gerard Lawson, Glenn Pakulak, Hall Davis, J Leman, Jack Williams, James Dearth, James Starks, Jim Sorgi, John Bowie, John Estes, John Malecki, John Phillips, Jon Alston, Josh Barrett, Josh Gordy, Julius Williams, Kareem Brown, Kevin Boothe, Kevin O'Connell, Lance Long, Lee Grimes, Leigh Bodden, Lendy Holmes, Malcolm Kelly, Marcus Mason, Marko Mitchell, Matt Giordano, Mike Rivera, Nate Garner, Nehemiah Broughton, Nyan Boateng, O'Brien Schofield, Patrick Watkins, Pete Ittersagen, Phillip Merling, Ricky Schmitt, Roren Thomas, Sean Canfield, Sidney Rice, Sinorice Moss, Stephen Hodge, Taurus Johnson, Terrence Johnson, Terrence Nunn, Thomas Johnson, Titus Adams, Tyler Polumbus, Will Ta'ufo'ou
The cutdown deadline for NFL teams to reduce their rosters to 75 players passed at 4 p.m. EST, and was surrounded by a flurry of activity.
No Sidney Rice. Teams taking liberties with his health. And now Brett Favre has fumbled and is seen shaking his hand. The overreaction here is that Favre is regretting coming back and he is going going to be the player that he was last year.