Sam Bradford will be without his top focus on Thanksgiving.
The Minnesota Vikings declared Thursday that wide beneficiary Stefon Diggs won’t play against the Detroit Lions. Diggs was at first recorded as faulty by the group Wednesday.
Diggs sat out practice on Tuesday and Wednesday while nursing a knee harm. Joining Diggs on the sideline will be cornerback Terence Newman, who was recorded as far fetched not long ago with a neck damage. Linebacker Eric Kendricks (hip), in any case, is dynamic after a flawed label Wednesday.
Losing the second-year Diggs is a major hit to the Vikings passing diversion against a Lions barrier that has permitted a 108.5 passer rating (most astounding in the NFL) and 73 percent of tosses to be finished.
Sans Diggs, Adam Thielen will see a support in targets and Cordarrelle Patterson will probably assume a greater part in the each down offense. Additionally expect a major day from Kyle Rudolph against a Detroit group that battles to cover tight closures.