The Vikings Final Injury Report: Week 6
The Minnesota Vikings travel to Florida for a date with the Miami Dolphins on Sunday at noon CST, the sixth regular season game of the 2022 season. The Vikings won, and the Dolphins lost in Week 5, positioning Minnesota in the driver’s seat for postseason positioning while Miami hopes and prays to stabilize quarterback injuries.
The Vikings lost rookie safety Lewis Cine for the season in Week 4, a ruthless blow for Cine, the Vikings, and fans. The Dolphins have a plethora of injuries in Week 6.
Miami has six players formally on the injury report.
These are each team’s injured players one day before Week 6.
Vikings Injury Report
OUT – D.J. Wonnum (EDGE, illness)
QUESTIONABLE – Alexander Mattison (RB, shoulder)
Dolphins Injury Report
Out – Tua Tagovailoa (QB, concussion)
DOUBTFUL – Kader Kohou (CB, oblique)
QUESTIONABLE – Terron Armstead (OT, toe)
QUESTIONABLE – Raheem Mostert (RB, knee)
QUESTIONABLE – Durham Smythe (TE, hamstring)
QUESTIONABLE – Elijah Campbell (DB, foot)
Dolphins players Teddy Bridgewater (QB), Melvin Ingram (EDGE), Clayton Fejedelem (DB), Xavien Howard (CB), Robert Jones (G), Emmanuel Ogbah (DE), Zach Sieler (DE), Tanner Conner (TE), Tyreek Hill (WR), Brandon Jones (S), Greg Little (OT), Jaylen Waddle (WR), and Erik Ezukanma (WR) were hampered or didn’t partake in practice at points throughout the week but were removed from the final injury report.
The Vikings are favored by 3.5 points over the Dolphins in Week 6. Miami leads the all-time win-loss series over Minnesota, 8-5 (.615). Too, the Vikings haven’t won in Miami in 46 years.
Dolphins quarterback Skylar Thompson is slated to make his first career start on Sunday.
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Dustin Baker is a political scientist who graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2007. Subscribe to his daily YouTube Channel, VikesNow. He hosts a podcast with Bryant McKinnie, which airs every Wednesday with Raun Sawh and Sally from Minneapolis. His Viking fandom dates back to 1996. Listed guilty pleasures: Peanut Butter Ice Cream, ‘The Sopranos,’ and The Doors (the band).