The inactives list is out for both teams in the Lions-Vikings game, including marquee players like Teddy Bridgewater and Harrison Smith (in) and Chad Greenway, Reggie Bush and Calvin Johnson (out). For the Vikings:

NAME POSITION INJURY WED. THU. FRI. STATUS GAMEDAY
Mauti, Michael LB Foot FP FP FP Probable Active
McKinnon, Jerick RB Ankle FP FP FP Probable Active
Bridgewater, Teddy QB Ankle FP FP FP Probable Active
Asiata, Matt RB Groin FP FP FP Probable Active
Patterson, Cordarrelle WR Hip LP LP FP Probable Active
Floyd, Sharrif DT Elbow LP LP FP Probable Active
Smith, Harrison FS Ankle DNP LP LP Questionable Active
Greenway, Chad LB Hand/Rib DNP DNP DNP Doubtful Inactive
Rudolph, Kyle TE Abdomen DNP DNP DNP Out Inactive
Wentworth, Austin OL None Inactive
Watts, Brandon LB None Inactive
Line, Zach FB None Inactive
Yankey, David OG None Inactive
Crichton, Scott DE None Inactive

A large injury report, but no real worries, as nearly every play who is active, save Harrison Smith, participated fully in practice on Friday. Nothing hugely unexpected: the Vikings were optimistic about Harrison Smith this last week and pessimistic about Chad Greenway. With Kyle Rudolph and Greenway out, the Vikings have said that Rhett Ellison and Gerald Hodges are the starters.

Teddy Bridgewater is active and starting, like Vikings fans hoped.

It looks like Zach Line was promoted to see the bench.

For the Lions:

NAME POSITION INJURY WED. THU. FRI. STATUS GAMEDAY
Couplin, Jerome S Ribs LP FP FP Probable Active
Bell, Joique RB Concussion FP FP FP Probable Active
Riddick, Theo RB Hamstring FP FP FP Probable Active
Vaughn, Cassius CB Ankle FP FP FP Probable Active
Bush, Reggie RB Ankle DNP DNP DNP Questionable Inactive
Fauria, Joseph TE Ankle DNP DNP DNP Out Inactive
Johnson, Calvin WR Ankle DNP DNP DNP Doubtful Inactive
Lewis, Travis LB Quadricep DNP DNP DNP Out Inactive
Moore, Kellen QB None Inactive
Webster, Larry DE None Inactive
Reynolds, Garrett OT None Inactive

Huge deal: the Lions are without star receiver and potent running weapon Calvin Johnson and Reggie Bush, which figures to be a huge downer for them. The Lions are 1-4 without Calvin (though admittedly that may not mean a lot—they are 36-74 with him) and one of those wins (and one loss) was against Minnesota. With the Lions performing this well despite their 3-2 record, this may not turn out to be the easy game fans were hoping for, even with Johnson and Bush out, but it may be easier than they would have gotten all year, especially at home—so they need to find a way to take advantage.