Only Bradford on Vikings' injury report heading into Week 3

Only Bradford on Vikings' injury report heading into Week 3

Only Bradford on Vikings' injury report heading into Week 3

Dr. James Andrews confirms that Minnesota Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford does not have any structural damage in his left knee, according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero.

The Vikings stood along their sideline with arms locked together during the "Star Spangled Banner" on Sunday before their game against Tampa Bay. Keenum's completion percentage in Week 2 was the worst by a Vikings quarterback since Christian Ponder in Week 5 of the 2014 season. The game kicks off at 1:00 PM EST in U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Vikings Head Coach Mike Zimmer made it clear that Sam Bradford will be missing his second consecutive game on Sunday.

In the meantime, the Vikings are turning to Case Keenum, who started again on Sunday seven days after a rough afternoon in Pittsburgh. Keenum has always had a little gunslinger in him, and he played Sunday's game without fear, feeding Stefon Diggs relentlessly for big gains. The rookie now has 285 rushing yards in his first three games, surpassing the 271 that Adrian Peterson posted in the first three weeks of his career. Diggs caught passes for 47 and 59 yards, the two longest of his career.

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Winston went 28 of 40 for 328 yards and tossed touchdown passes to tight end Cameron Brate and DeSean Jackson for Tampa Bay (1-1).

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- or whether they'll have to - remains in question.

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