Remmers not listed on injury report for Vikings

Remmers not listed on injury report for Vikings

Minnesota's offense was hit or miss throughout, but it was able to put pressure on the Lions (3-1) late in the fourth quarter. The immediate assumption was that someone had missed an assignment ... badly. And it turns out, Keenum was to blame for the blown protection. Furthermore, those 94 yards are the most by a single Lions rusher during Jim Caldwell's tenure as head coach. "Changed the protection to the wrong protection".

Detroit Lions players lock arms during the playing of the national anthem before an NFL football game against the Minnesota Vikings, Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017, in Minneapolis.

Only the game-ending fumble by Adam Thielen was forced. He finished the game 16 of 30 for 219 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions (76.9 quarterback rating). He exited after running for 66 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries. The second-round pick quickly ascended to a starting role with the team and tallied 288 yards and a touchdown in his first three games.

But that career-best performance came against a banged-up and atrocious Bucs secondary.

Georgia football delivers an early knock out blow in rout of Tennessee
But according to senior linebacker Lorenzo Carter, getting production out of McGhee should not be a problem going forward. Tennessee broke out the checkerboard design in the stands at Neyland Stadium on Saturday as they hosted No. 7 Georgia .

Through four games the combination of Peterson, Kamara, and the returning veteran Mark Ingram hasn't worked in the eyes of Peterson.

Cook suffered the injury in the third quarter of the Vikings' 14-7 loss to the Detroit Lions.

Murray and Jerick McKinnon round out the Vikings running back depth chart behind Cook. There's still things he needs to work on, but he's got such great athletic ability that he just needs to continue to use it.

The Vikings' initial diagnosis for Cook is a almost complete ACL tear, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Keenum said there was an issue with the headsets. This week Keenum had a smaller margin for error against a better Detroit secondary and he was unable to make the kind of plays needed to engineer the comeback. "Still, that's not an excuse". It was a non-contact injury as Cook started to fall before getting tackled and subsequently fumbled on the play. But until Taylor Decker gets back, Detroit might have to sacrifice Ebron on some plays for the extra blocking Fells provides. But it perfectly describes the Vikings as they find themselves at another watershed moment.