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10-3, 1st in NFC North

Courtney Cronin ESPN Staff Writer 

Vikings adding some tackle depth to the practice squad today with both Riley Reiff and Mike Remmers injured. Rookie tackle Storm Norton (Toledo) was signed to the PS today. To make room, Minnesota released safety Jack Tocho.

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Floyd thanks Vikes for helping him change

Vikings receiver Michael Floyd thanked the Vikings and Patriots for taking a chance on him after he was arrested for DUI.

Courtney Cronin ESPN Staff Writer 

TV broadcast showed Mike Zimmer peeved at the no-catch call on Adam Thielen's touchdown before halftime. His thoughts on the overturned TD: "I just think the whole thing's messed up. I've been doing this for 30 years and I know what a catch looks like. The ball moved a little bit, yeah, but he caught the ball."

Courtney Cronin ESPN Staff Writer 

Case Keenum will start moving forward, per Mike Zimmer.

Courtney Cronin ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Zimmer said Riley Reiff's ankle injury is a lot better than he thought it was going to be. The ankle is not broken. No specifics given on what the injury is or whether he'll play on Sunday.

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Vikings DE Griffen playing with plantar fasciitis

Minnesota Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen revealed on Monday that he's battling plantar fasciitis. The injury hasn't caused Griffen to slow down. Griffen returned to action in Week 11 against the Rams and has registered three sacks since the injury.

Courtney Cronin ESPN Staff Writer 

Trae Waynes had one of his better games of the year against Carolina. Per PFF, Waynes allowed four of the six passes thrown into his coverage to be caught for a total of 33 yards and allowed only one yard after the catch. His 13 stops against the run on the year are the most of any cornerback in the NFL.

Courtney Cronin ESPN Staff Writer 

The Vikings offensive line allowed 16 total pressures in Week 14, yielding three sacks, four hits and nine hurries, according to Pro Football Focus. Riley Reiff gave up a sack for a second straight game after not allowing a sack in Weeks 1-12, which was the only pressure he allowed vs. Panthers. Rashod Hill and Jeremiah Sirles were forced to shift spots after Reiff went down (Hill from RT to LT, Sirles from LG to RT) and each allowed five pressures.

Courtney Cronin ESPN Staff Writer 

Everson Griffen revealed the injury he sustained against the Browns is plantar fasciitis. It's something he's been able to play through after missing Week 10 and an injury he expects to heal over time as his foot is "only getting better." Griffen played 93 percent of snaps in the last three weeks and detailed the key to keeping his body in top shape revolves around an extensive rehabilitation process that includes four hour massages, cyrotherapy, use of a hyperbaric chamber and meeting with his movement coach on Monday's.

Battle of the backup QBs in NFC? (2:13)

Courtney Cronin ESPN Staff Writer 

Vikings had four of five offensive linemen playing out of position to compensate for injuries in Week 14. Hill, Sirles, Berger and Easton played all 74 snaps. Reiff was limited to 51. Once he went down, Hill moved from RT to LT, Sirles from LG to RT and Danny Isidora came off the bench to play 23 snaps at LG.

Uncharacteristic mistakes cost Vikings in loss to Panthers (1:24)

Courtney Cronin ESPN Staff Writer 

The Vikings will have to wait another week to lock up a postseason bid after a 31-24 loss to Carolina. The good news? They get to head home after three weeks on the road and end their season with an easier stretch of games, starting with the Bengals in Week 15.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Here's how the race for the No. 1 seed in the NFC moved throughout the day. Keep in mind: these are live probabilities and do not account for any potential injury to Carson Wentz.

Vikings' miscues led to win for Panthers (1:14)

Team Stats

Passing Yards248.210th
Rushing Yards121.18th
Points For23.813th
Points Against18.13rd