3:13 PM - The Vikings suffer their first loss of the season as they fall 21-10 to the Eagles in Philadelphia. Minnesota was hurt by four turnovers and struggles inside the red zone. Cordarrelle Patterson caught a touchdown for the Vikings, who are now 5-1. Minnesota will travel to Chicago for Monday Night Football next week.
3:11 PM - The Vikings offense gets their first touchdown of the day as Cordarrelle Patterson hauls in a 14-yard touchdown catch. Blair Walsh adds an extra point as Minnesota trails 21-10.
2:56 PM - The Vikings turn it over on downs with just under five minutes left in the game. Minnesota trails 21-3.
2:48 PM -Philadelphia tacks on a 21-yard field goal as the Vikings trail 21-3.
2:41 PM - Minnesota's defense forces a quick three-and-out but Marcus Sherels fumbles on the punt. Philadelphia takes over at midfield.
2:36 PM - The Vikings can't convert on fourth-and-1 and turn the ball over inside Philadelphia's 10-yard line.
The Eagles take over on their own 6-yard line with an 18-3 lead.
2:30 PM - The Vikings trail 18-3 at the end of the third quarter but are driving on offense. Minnesota will have the ball on the 9-yard line to begin the fourth quarter. The Vikings have four first downs on this drive.
2:13 PM - Philadelphia scores on 5-yard touchdown pass after a lengthy drive as the Eagles lead 18-3 with just under six minutes left in the third quarter.
2:00 PM - Bradford is sacked twice on the Vikings opening drive of the second half as Minnesota is forced to punt. The Eagles take over on their own 23-yard line.
1:41 PM - The Vikings head into the locker room for halftime trailing the Eagles 11-3.
1:37 PM -The Eagles capitalized on the Vikings third turnover of the day with a 35-yard drive that lasted 10 plays and ended with a 35-yard field goal by Caleb Sturgis for an 11-3 lead with seven seconds left in the first half.
1:21 PM -The Vikings have suffered another fumble by Sam Bradford just before the two-minute warning.
The Eagles blitzed from their right side of the defense, and safety Rodney McLeod forced a fumble that was recovered by Beau Allen.
The Eagles will face second-and-8 on the first play after the two-minute warning.
1:17 PM - The Vikings are forced to punt after a quick three-and-out. Jeff Locke's 38-yarder is well away from Darren Sproles. Eagles will have the ball at their own 36, up 8-3 with 7:12 left in the first half.
1:09 PM - Carson Wentz with a quarterback draw gives the Eagles an 8-3 lead with 8:48 left in the first half.
1:08 PM -The Vikings went on the board first with a 48-yard field goal by Blair Walsh that put Minnesota up 3-0 with 9:01 left in the first half.
Walsh capped a 12-play, 50-yard drive that opened with four straight run plays and included a 21-yard completion from Sam Bradford to Kyle Rudolph.
Philadelphia, however, answered with a 98-yard kickoff return touchdown by Josh Huff that gave the Eagles a 6-3 lead with 8:48 remaining.
The Eagles are going for two after a roughing-the-kicker penalty.
12:56 PM - The Vikings were able to stall the Eagles drive shy of midfield. Philadelphia suffered a false start penalty and then a drop. A deep heave by Carson Wentz on third-and-15 was out of the reach of Nelson Agholor.
Minnesota will have the ball at the 20 after a touchback.
12:50 PM -A mistake-laden first quarter has come to an end.
The Eagles have driven 33 yards after starting with the ball at their own 2-yard line and will open the second quarter with a first-and-10.
Sam Bradford opened the session 3-of-9 passing for 16 yards with his first interception of the season and also lost a fumble. The Vikings also only netted 16 rushing yards in the opening period.
12:43 PM - Cordarrelle Patterson saved the punt by Jeff Locke from going into the end zone with a behind-the-back pass to Marcus Sherels.
12:41 PM - The Vikings were able to move the chains with three straight run plays, but the drive stalled.
Officials initially flagged Jalen Mills for pass interference while guarding Stefon Diggs on second-and-10 but picked up the flag.
Eagles cornerback Ron Brooks was injured after a short completion from Sam Bradford to Jerick McKinnon.
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12:33 PM - Xavier Rhodes just nabbed his second interception of the season, picking off Carson Wentz deep down the middle of the field.
It is the fifth straight possession by the Vikings or Eagles to end with a turnover.
Andrew Sendejo is questionable to return with an ankle injury.
12:28 PM -Turnovers may have ended the past four possessions.
Anthony Barr recovered a fumble by Carson Wentz, but Connor Barwin forced a fumble by Sam Bradford on the very next snap. The fumble was recovered by Malcolm Jenkins. Barwin was able to get past Jake Long at left tackle.
Jenkins got up and ran the ball into the end zone, but officials reviewed and determined that Kyle Rudolph touched Jenkins down.
12:21 PM - The Vikings offense has committed its first turnover of the season. Sam Bradford tried to float a pass to Adam Thielen in the end zone, but it was picked off by Rodney McLeod.
12:18 PM -Andrew Sendejo picked off an overthrow by Carson Wentz and returned the ball to the Philadelphia 2-yard-line.
It is the second interception of the season by Sendejo and fourth of his career.
12:13 PM - The Vikings and Eagles have swapped punts after quick opening possessions.
The Eagles were limited to a three-and-out with help from a dropped pass by Dorial Green-Beckham.
The Vikings first drive was briefly extended by a running-into-the-punter penalty.
The Eagles will take over at their own 11 after a 50-yard punt by Jeff Locke that was fair caught by Darren Sproles.
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10:56 AM -Minnesota quarterback Sam Bradford was able to chat with a few former teammates, including Philadelphia rookie Carson Wentz before both began warming up.
Today's forecast calls for a high of 64 degrees with winds of 15 to 25 miles per hour.
The Vikings are set to see Stefon Diggs return to action. Diggs, Minnesota's leading receiver with 25 catches for 372 yards, missed Week 5 because of a groin injury.
Here are three questions that will be answered:
High score or low score?
The matchup could provide a challenge for Minnesota's top-ranked scoring defense. The Vikings have allowed 12.6 points per game. The Eagles are tied for fourth in points for (27 per game).
Philadelphia is plus-25 in average scoring margin in two home games this season. The Eagles defeated the Browns 29-10 to open the season and blasted the Steelers 34-3 in Week 3.
The Vikings have limited nine straight opponents (including the Wild Card game) to 17 or fewer points.
Positioned for success?
This game also features explosive and effective units on special teams.
The Eagles rank first in average start after kickoffs (28.3-yard line) and benefitted from an 86-yard kickoff return for a touchdown by Wendell Smallwood last week. Philadelphia is second in opponents' average start after kickoffs (22.3).
The Vikings rank second in average start after fielding kickoffs (27.5-yard line). Minnesota is 21st in average start by opponents after kickoffs (25.0).
Will teams capitalize in the red zone?
The Vikings tied for the fewest trips by an opponent inside the 20-yard line (11), but are tied for 22nd in red zone defense percentage. Minnesota has allowed a touchdown on seven opponents' trips (63.6 percent).
The Vikings also are tied for the fewest trips inside an opponent's 20-yard line (13). Minnesota has scored seven touchdowns (53.8 percent) and added five field goals.
The Eagles have scored 10 touchdowns out of 19 red zone trips (52.6 percent—tied for 19th). Philadelphia is tied for ninth in red zone percent defense, allowing touchdowns on eight of 16 trips to the red zone by opponents. (50 percent).
10:30 AM - The Vikings and Eagles have announced their inactives.
For the Vikings: Laquon Treadwell, Jarius Wright, Kentrell Brothers, Nick Easton, Willie Beavers, Sharrif Floyd and MyCole Pruitt are inactive.
For the Eagles: WR Bryce Treggs, S Terrence Brooks, CB C.J. Smith, C/G Josh Andrews, G Dillon Gordon, G Isaac Seumalo and DT Bennie Logan are inactive.
The Eagles announced that Beau Allen will start in place of Logan.
6:00 AM – The Vikings are preparing to load up the team buses and head to Lincoln Financial Field to take on the 3-2 Philadelphia Eagles today at Noon CT.
Rookie QB Carson Wentz got the Eagles off to a hot start this year, winning their first three contests, but have dropped back-to-back road games heading into today's matchup. The former North Dakota State standout has played well all season though, committing just one turnover in his five starts. With a bye week to prepare, it will be interesting to see how Mike Zimmer looks to attack the first-year signal caller.
For the Vikings, Zimmer hinted on Friday that Jake Long, he was signed on Oct. 11, could start today. T.J. Clemmings has started at LT since Matt Kalil was put in Injured Reserve with a hip injury, so it will be interesting to see what combination of five the Vikings role out later today.
WR Stefon Diggs (groin) was limited in practice on Wednesday and Thursday but was full-go on Friday. He's listed as questionable after missing the Oct. 9 game vs. the Texans. Inactives will be announced at approximately 10:30 AM.
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