Vikings-Seahawks Gameday Updates

12:07 AM - The Vikings take the first loss of the preseason 20-13 in Seattle.

*11:58 PM - *Heinicke throws a 21-yard pass to rookie tight end Bucky Hodges. The Vikings pull within a touchdown with 2:49 to play. 20-13 Seahawks.

11:51 PM - After a pass interference penalty of Vikings CB Sam Brong, LB Eric Wilson recorvered a fumble and took it to Minnesota's 24-yard line. There is 04:14 remaining in the game.

11:43 PM - The Vikings come up short on a first down on a Taylor Heinicke rush after the play was challenged. The Vikings are forced to punt and the Seahawks take over inside their own 10-yard line after an illegal block in the back by Seattle.

11:31 PM - On a deflection off of Isaac Fruechte Taylor Heinicke is intercepted by the Seahawks. Seattle takes over with 10:23 remaining in the fourth quarter.

11:28 PM - QB Taylor Heinicke is in at quarterback for the Vikings.

11:17 PM - The Vikings trail 20-6 at the end of the third quarter.

11:03 PM - Seattle adds to its lead with a field goal and the score is 20-6.

10:54 PM - Minnesota's drive stalls at midfield but Ryan Quigley's punt pins Seattle inside the 5-yard line. Seattle will start at its own 2-yard line with a 17-6 lead.

10:47 PM - Tashawn Bower and Ifeadi Odenigbo each get sacks on the drive as Seattle settles for a 42-yard field goal. The Vikings trail 17-6.

10:45 PM - The Vikings fumble the opening kickoff return of the second ha;f as Seattle takes over on Minnesota's 18-yard line.

10:30 PM - The Vikings trail 14-6 at the half. Koehn and Forbath each hit field goals in the first half. Sam Bradford was 7 of 11 for 95 yards in the half while Stefon Diggs had four catches for 65 yards. Dalvin Cook had eight offensive touches for 50 yards. The Vikings will get the ball to start the second half.

10:28 PM - Case Keenum takes over at quarterback for the Vikings and leads Minnesota on a scoring drive as Forbath hits a 51-yard field goal. The Vikings go 41 yards in 10 plays and trail 14-6.

10:13 PM - Seattle adds to its lead with a 22-yard touchdown pass. The Vikings trail 14-3 at the 2-minute warning in the second quarter.

10:04 PM - Bradford and Diggs connect for a first down but the Vikings first-team offense can't get anything going past midfield. Taylor Symmank's punt travels to the 20-yard line for a fair catch.

10:01 PM - Seattle kicker Blair Walsh misses a 53-yard field goal as his attempt bounces off the crossbar. The Vikings will start at their own 43-yard line after the miss.

9:47 PM - Dalvin Cook breaks off three straight runs for 33 yards but Minnesota's drive stalls just past midfield. The Seahawks muff Ryan Quigley's punt but Seattle recovers as the Seahawks will start at their own 15-yard line.

9:35 PM - Danielle Hunter ends Seattle's drive by sacking Russell Wilson for a 13-yard loss on third down. Marcus Sherels returns the punt to the 20-yard line as the Vikings  will take over possession from there.

9:29 PM - The Vikings offense puts together a lengthy drive but settles for a 29-yard field goal from Marshall Koehn to cut the score to 7-3. Sam Bradford completed 5 of 6 passes for 76 yards while Stefon Diggs had three catches for 54 yards on the drive. The Vikings had two penalties inside the red zone — a false start and a delay of game.

9:15 PM - Seattle strikes first with an 11-play, 77-yard drive that is capped off by a 1-yard touchdown pass. The Vikings trail 7-0 early in the first quarter.

9:04 PM - Anthony Barr, Sam Bradford, Stefon Diggs and Brian Robison are tonight's captains for the Vikings. The Vikings win the toss and elect to defer. Seattle will start with the ball.

8:19 PM - Below are the players that are not expected to play for the Seahawks:[

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View the pregame photos as the Vikings take the field in Seattle and photos of Vikings fans at the game as Minnesota takes on the Seahawks on Friday night.

*7:30 PM - *Below is the list of Vikings not expected to play against the Seahawks on Friday night:

11 Laquon Treadwell, WR

25 Latavius Murray, RB

26 Trae Waynes, CB

34 Andrew Sendejo, S

40 Kentrell Brothers, LB

71 Riley Reiff, T

75 Alex Boone, G

Minnesota Vikings Starter Changes

Defense

WLB – 42 Ben Gedeon

LCB – 23 Terence Newman for 26 Trae Waynes

SS – 32 Antone Exum Jr. for 34 Andrew Sendejo

Offense

LT – 69 Rashod Hill for 71 Riley Reiff

LG – 62 Nick Easton for 75 Alex Boone

C – 65 Pat Elflein for 62 Nick Easton

RB – 33 Dalvin Cook

The Vikings will look to move to 2-0 on the preseason tonight as they take on the Seattle Seahawks at 9 CT live on FOX 9 and on KFAN 100.3 FM. Fans can watch the game live or on-demand via NFL Game Pass. Click here to start your free trial.

All eyes will be on the Vikings’ first-team offense after Head Coach Mike Zimmer said this week that he needs to see more out of the group after the unit’s play last Thursday against the Bills. The Seahawks have one of the NFL’s top defenses and the atmosphere at CenturyLink Field will be sure to provide a tough challenge for Sam Bradford and Co.

Zimmer also indicated that there could new some new combinations on the offensive line, with Riley Reiff and Alex Boone potentially sitting out due to injuries. The likes of rookie Pat Elflein, who drew praise from Zimmer and Offensive Coordinator Pat Shurmur after his play vs. the Bills, and Nick Easton figure to get plenty of snaps as the team looks to solidify the five linemen who will take the field on opening night vs. the Saints.

On the other side of the ball, Seattle’s offense put up over 40 points last week against a pretty solid Chargers team, so Zimmer and George Edwards will be tested by a diversion attack. Seattle has ruled out RB Thomas Rawls so the Vikings will get a dose of ex-Packer Eddie Lacy.

And of course, this marks the first game for former Vikings K Blair Walsh to go against his former team. Walsh was 2-2 on field goals and 6-6 on extra points during the Seahawks win in Los Angeles last weekend.

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