The U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis is a Dome stadium. Weather is not expected to impact the game.
The Titans will be without starting wideout A.J. Brown for a second consecutive game due to that bone bruise that he has been dealing with. Corey Davis will be expected to take on the lead receiver role again which has worked well through two weeks.
Cornerback Chris Jackson and EDGE Derick Robinson will also miss the game on Sunday, though it isn’t all bad news for the Titans on the injury front.
“Prized” free agent EDGE Vic Beasley and rookie running back Darrynton Evans have been full participants at practice all week and are expected to see the field for the first time this season.
The Vikings will be without two of their top cornerbacks in rookie Cameron Dantzler and Mike Hughes.
Without their leading corners, the Vikings will be thin in the secondary, but maybe not as thin as they are at linebacker where Anthony Barr and Troy Dye were placed on injured reserve earlier this week as well.
A struggling Vikings defense is worse on paper now than they were two weeks ago, which should be good news for the Titans offense.