Sam Bradford practices again on Saturday; will he play on Monday?

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Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford has participated in practice all week, a week after not practicing at all. After practicing on Saturday, the question becomes whether he’ll finally make his return to the field for Monday night’s game at Chicago.

If he does, it will be the first time he has played since four weeks ago, when he had a career game in the Monday night opener against the Saints. The Vikings are 1-2 without him, including most recently a loss to the Lions fueled by a season-ending knee injury suffered by rookie running back Dalvin Cook.

Bradford’s return would boost a passing game that currently has two of the top three yardage generators through four weeks of the season in Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen.

The 2-2 Vikings host the Packers next Sunday.

18 responses to “Sam Bradford practices again on Saturday; will he play on Monday?

  1. I wish my Packers had two of the top three yardage generators through four weeks of the season.

  2. He will sneeze before the start of the game and pull his back. Bradford has been
    a fragile QB his whole NFL career.

  3. The Vikings will lose both GB games because that’s what the NFL wants. GB is not as good as the Vikes as a team. The only reason why GB has had success the last how many years is because the NFL wanted it. They get favorable call after favorable call, and the only ones that don’t see it are the the puppets of this team, and the league.

    I don’t care how good of a team you have, when you are constantly battling a full team and 7 officials, and a whole front office at NFL headquarters. I don’t know what favors Vince Lombardi did for NFL back in the day, but the league shouldn’t show such biased and obvious favoritism.

  4. ad28bestever says:
    October 7, 2017 at 1:47 pm
    The Vikings will lose both GB games because that’s what the NFL wants.

    Spoken like a true homer with an empty trophy case.

  5. If he plays, Sam Bradford is hopeful Viking players don’t ignore and reject their coaches like they did in a blowout loss to the Packers last year.

  6. You can’t ignore the help the packers get. The packers will play back to back teams coming off Monday Night Football. They gave Dallas a short week and the pack had 10 days for their game. Thanks NFL. And you can’t ignore the calls during those games.

  7. If he plays, Sam Bradford is hopeful Viking players don’t ignore and reject their coaches like they did in a blowout loss to the Packers last year.

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    Kinda like how the green bay packers completely quit on their coach before even taking the field last year for the nfc championship.

  8. ad28bestever says:
    October 7, 2017 at 1:47 pm
    The Vikings will lose both GB games because that’s what the NFL wants. GB is not as good as the Vikes as a team. The only reason why GB has had success the last how many years is because the NFL wanted it. They get favorable call after favorable call, and the only ones that don’t see it are the the puppets of this team, and the league.

    I don’t care how good of a team you have, when you are constantly battling a full team and 7 officials, and a whole front office at NFL headquarters. I don’t know what favors Vince Lombardi did for NFL back in the day, but the league shouldn’t show such biased and obvious favoritism.
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    Just another prime example of the most delusional fan base in the entire NFL.
    And what’s even funnier, are the sorry losers who agree with your sentiment instead of just admitting their team sucks.
    Sucked for the last 57 years.
    But, I must add, your tears are certainly delicious. skoLOL!!!

  9. I think with cook and bradford both healthy, the vikes stood a chance against GB. But w/o cook, and with an injured bradford, it will be tough. Honestly, GB has had a bunch of injuries as well, and have come out 3-1. They will get guys back and become very difficult late in the season.

  10. Wisconsin’s Favorite Son Jeffrey Be Dahmed says:
    October 7, 2017 at 12:38 pm
    I wish my Packers had two of the top three yardage generators through four weeks of the season.
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    Yes, ariana, I honestly believe these things are what’s important to you.
    Me? I would much rather have my team battling it out for 1st place in the division and conference, rather than commiserating with the other bottom feeders.
    But Hey, that’s just me. Enjoy your stats.

  11. cheeseisfattening says:
    October 7, 2017 at 3:47 pm
    I am digging the tribute!
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    Are you? That’s only because skunks enjoy their own smell.

  12. ad28bestever says:
    October 7, 2017 at 1:47 pm
    The Vikings will lose both GB games because that’s what the NFL wants. GB is not as good as the Vikes as a team. The only reason why GB has had success the last how many years is because the NFL wanted it. They get favorable call after favorable call, and the only ones that don’t see it are the the puppets of this team, and the league.

    I don’t care how good of a team you have, when you are constantly battling a full team and 7 officials, and a whole front office at NFL headquarters. I don’t know what favors Vince Lombardi did for NFL back in the day, but the league shouldn’t show such biased and obvious favoritism.
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    The biggest excuse making post in history! Our team is better than yours but the league and officials are all against us so we can’t win, no matter how good we are scenario??
    How convenient, it’s never your teams fault. Even when the Pack has twice as many penalties than who they are playing, then you will say the timing of the penalties saved them.

    Your team hasn’t even lost yet and you are already complaining about the officials in advance?! Except of course when the Packers lose and you call them the biggest chokers in the league. Vikings trolls, sore winners but excuse making losers.

  13. truthbetold109 says:
    The biggest excuse making post in history! Our team is better than yours but the league and officials are all against us so we can’t win, no matter how good we are scenario??
    How convenient, it’s never your teams fault. Even when the Pack has twice as many penalties than who they are playing, then you will say the timing of the penalties saved them.
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    I agree 100%, as if the refs were telling the Vikings as to what DB to put on Jordy Nelson last year.

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