Vikings activate Patrick Peterson to play vs. Packers

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Vikings cornerback Patrick Peterson is ready to return on Sunday against the Packers.

The Vikings activated Peterson from injured reserve today. Peterson has been out since suffering a hamstring injury against the Panthers in Week Six.

After 10 seasons with the Cardinals, Peterson signed with the Vikings this year. He started the first six games of the season.

The Vikings also elevated safety Myles Dorn from the practice squad to the active roster.

25 responses to “Vikings activate Patrick Peterson to play vs. Packers

  1. Well that means no Adams scoring, no Aaron Jones scoring…all on Dillon who will fail. Vikings 31, Packers 17.

  2. King of giving up big plays. I hate the Packers, but Karon Rodgers is gonna be throwing towards P2 all day.

  3. The Packers will get shut out. They won’t even get the ball past the half court line.

  4. At his best, he was still overrated – burn reels of Peterson could keep you busy this afternoon, if you’re bored and looking for a timekill. He’s not garbage, just not *good* anymore. Average, and suspect – apt to be burned.

  5. This week Vikings activate Patrick Peterson. Next week, Peterson activates his AARP card.

  6. Hey Pat, you ready? In 25 meetings against the Minnesota Vikings since becoming a starter in 2008, Rodgers has thrown 50 touchdowns to just seven interceptions, a 7.1 TD-to-INT ratio that is the best by any quarterback versus a single opponent ever, according to Elias.

  7. Seems like there are a whole bunch of Viking fans hoping and praying for a win against a team missing 1/3 of their starters. If they don’t the house cards will start to fall.

  8. bunners1 says:
    November 20, 2021 at 7:44 pm
    Seems like there are a whole bunch of Viking fans hoping and praying for a win against a team missing 1/3 of their starters. If they don’t the house cards will start to fall.

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    How quickly you forget Cooks 4 TD performance form last year a Lameblow, with a bunch of back ups in the secondary and defensive line…..lol

  9. hbudgess says:
    November 20, 2021 at 5:30 pm
    Gonna need him against the Pack and their refs.
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    Not going to lie. Its always a tall order taking on the Packer referees

  10. How quickly you forget Cooks 4 TD performance form
    +++++
    To bad that isn’t the last time domestic dalvin played smash mouth.

  11. One third of their starters? I don’t think that’s true. Lazard, Jones, the left tackle, Gary is questionable…who else? That’s not 1/3, it’s not even 1/5. If Gary plays that’s only 3 out of 22. You’re math is lacking.

  12. bunners1 says:
    November 20, 2021 at 7:44 pm
    Seems like there are a whole bunch of Viking fans hoping and praying for a win against a team missing 1/3 of their starters. If they don’t the house cards will start to fall.
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    What kind of math they teaching in Wisconsin? Breeland is questionable and Wyatt Davis is out….only two guys on the injury report..lol.

  13. harryhands09 says:
    November 20, 2021 at 8:48 pm

    One third of their starters? I don’t think that’s true

    +++++

    Alexander, Myers, Zadarious, and Tonyan. Keke is also questionable.

  14. I’m not sure what the overall concerns about Dalvin Cook is.
    The Packers ain’t got any women on their team.
    What the Hell is he really gonna do?

  15. Wonder how many “NEW” PACKOOOS owners will be watching/
    Fleecing monies from them poor cheese heads. They know no better.

  16. The Vikings could very well win this game.

    It’s well known that with the piped in crowd noise, hometown refs who never call holding even when blatant (every play), and the Vikings only caring if they beat GB once (as opposed to wanting to win the Super Bowl), that the Vikings always overachieve when playing the Packers.

  17. No team benefits from bad calls by the refs more than the zero-time World Champion Minnesota Vikings.

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