Every weekday, our Vikings reporters walk you through what's happening with the team that day.
WHAT YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED
— Rookie QB Teddy Bridgewater missed practice for a second straight day.
— Packers QB Aaron Rodgers might not recognize this Vikings defense.
— CB Josh Robinson might be the most improved player under head coach Mike Zimmer.
— CB Captain Munnerlyn was back at practice after a bout with food poisoning.
— Here are five Vikings stats that stand out this week.
TWEET OF THE (YESTER)DAY
Zimmer on Rodgers: “We're going on our 3rd first-ballot Hall of Famer in 4 weeks. They're all pretty dang good.” So no HOF for Shaun Hill?
— Mark Craig (@markcraignfl) September 30, 2014
BEHIND ENEMY LINES
— Packers WR Randall Cobb is showing how dangerous he can be.
— RB Eddie Lacy and the Packers’ running game is still stuck in neutral.
— Packers head coach Mike McCarthy wants RB James Starks to be more involved.
— Vikings WR Greg Jennings' latest comments might not sit well with Packers fans.
TODAY'S VIKINGS SCHEDULE
The Vikings have, in Zimmer's words, "a jog-through" today before heading to Green Bay tomorrow.
SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT
The Vikings have gained 10 yards or more on 63.6 percent of Bridgewater’s completions this season. That is the highest rate in the league. The next highest among starters is 55.7 percent and the league average is 46.5 percent. So yeah, Teddy has done OK so far.