Eagles’ Zach Brown calls Kirk Cousins ‘weakest part’ of the Vikings offense

  • Eagles’ Zach Brown calls Kirk Cousins ‘weakest part’ of the Vikings offense

Eagles’ Zach Brown calls Kirk Cousins ‘weakest part’ of the Vikings offense

"DeSean, we're going to try and progress him this week", Pederson said, "and see what he can do from a rehab standpoint only, see where he's at and go from there". "He goes out there and he performs".

Jordan Howard has been one of the top running backs in the NFL over the past three seasons, yet he's still not getting the respect he deserves around the league. "Outside people got things a little shaky, but at this point, I'm a team guy. That's really all Coach Polamalu, who I think does an outstanding job managing that".

The Vikings will be without right guard Josh Kline (foot) and linebacker Ben Gedeon (concussion) for Sunday's game against Philadelphia at U.S. Bank Stadium.

Cousins has often been at his best against the Eagles. "But at the same time, hey, you make the bed you sleep in", he said. "So we're going to have to come off the ball with authority in order to neutralize that".

As the Philadelphia Eagles look to improve to 4-2 Sunday with a win against the Minnesota Vikings, one player with inside information on the opponent has dished on his team's recipe for success.

The notable injuries of the past week have been at running back, where the Eagles are down Darren Sproles (quadriceps) and placed Corey Clement (shoulder) on injured reserve. "It was a tough couple days, but I'm here now, so it's all good". Asked if he'll be 100 percent for Sunday's game, Thielen said, "I hope so".