New York Jets vs Minnesota Vikings Friday Injury Report

By Mike Nash

On Sunday, Harvin will face the team that originally drafted him.

On Sunday, the New York Jets ( 2-10) will travel to Minnesota to take on Teddy Bridgewater and the Vikings ( 5-7) for a 1:00 PM kickoff. The Jets are riding a two game losing streak, while the Vikings are coming off a 31-13 victory over the Carolina Panthers. Both teams are dealing with injuries this week that will undoubtedly change the game-plan for both teams.

Minnesota Vikings-

Out- RB Jerick McKinnon ( Back)Analysis- With McKinnon out, and obviously Adrian Peterson out while his situation is being taken care of, the Vikings are depleted at the running back position.

Doubtful- LB Anthony Barr ( knee) , CB Jabari Price ( Hamstring)Analysis- The Vikings will be without first round pick Anthony Barr Sunday. Barr has had a very impressive rookie season, so he is a big loss for the Viking defense.

Probable- TE Kyle Rudolph ( Abdomen, Groin) , TE Chase Ford ( Hamstring, Foot) , DT Shariff Floyd ( Knee) , TE Rhett Ellison ( Ankle)Analysis- Expect all of these players to be active on Sunday. Rudolph has the potential to give the Jets defense fits.

New York Jets-

Out- DE Muhammad Wilkerson ( Toe) , TE Jace Amaro ( Concussion)Analysis- Arguably, Wilkerson is the Jets best player, so not having him is a huge loss any way you look at it. Amaro has also been very solid in his rookie season. These are two big losses for the Jets.

Probable- OL Willie Colon ( shoulder, knee) , TE Jeff Cumberland ( Illness) , K Nick Folk ( Hip) , RB Chris Johnson ( Knee) , WR Jeremy Kerley ( Illness) , DB Josh Thomas ( Illness)Analysis- All of these players will be active for the Jets on Sunday, which is certainly good news for the Jets.