There have been multiple reports that Teddy Bridgewater would have played if it happened on Sunday. It sounds like the Vikings worked nearly all week assuming that Christian Ponder would start, according to Ian Rapaport. The game plan shouldn’t change, however (again, according to him live on NFL Network). Interestingly, Brandon Watts—who had drawn the praise of coaches in the preseason playing time, along with the snaps—is inactive despite the injuries at linebacker and being cleared for full practice for the entire week the first time.
This also marks the first game that receiver Charles Johnson has been active, though don’t expect him to see more than ten snaps, barring injury.
Nothing very interesting about this. Jarrett Boykin is still nominally on the depth chart above Davante Adams, but Adams seems to be the better player. This does mean that Jeff Janis will likely see playing time. The Packers defense seems entirely healthy (aside from IR with BJ Raji and Khyri Thornton out for the season). Most eye-catching is that the player they just promoted from the practice squad, Luther Robinson, is active. Given the Packers’ general DT depth he might get some time.