Dalvin Cook [url=http://www.vikingscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-matt-wile-jersey]Matt Wile Jersey[/url] , Everson Griffen OUT vs Buffalo It’s Friday, and in addition to getting down on Friday, this is the day that teams across the National Football League release their final injury reports before Sunday’s games. The Minnesota Vikings are no different, as their final injury report has just come out, and there are several key names that will not be suiting up against the Buffalo Bills at U.S. Bank Stadium.Most notably, both running back Dalvin Cook and Everson Griffen have been declared as “out” for Sunday’s contest.Cook left last Sunday’s game against the Green Bay Packers with a hamstring issue, and did not practice all week. Latavius Murray is set to get the start at running back, and he could be backed up by Roc Thomas, as Mike Boone is now listed as “questionable” on the injury report with a groin issue. Boone was a full participant in Friday’s practice.Likewise [url=http://www.vikingscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-kirk-cousins-jersey]Cheap Kirk Cousins Jersey[/url] , Griffen hasn’t practiced all week with what is being listed as a knee issue. He was on the injury report last week with a toe injury, but played the full game against Green Bay. Stephen Weatherly will likely get the start in Griffen’s stead, and it would not be surprising to see Danielle Hunter rotate over to Griffen’s spot at right defensive end against the Bills.Also listed as “out” for Sunday are tight end David Morgan (knee) and punt returner Marcus Sherels (ribs). Tyler Conklin will likely see significantly more time at tight end in Morgan’s place, while we will likely see rookie Mike Hughes handle punt returns in Sherels’ absence.At his press conference today, Mike Zimmer also noted that center Pat Elflein will see his first action on Sunday, now fully recovered from his injuries, but will not start. Brett Jones will continue to start at center, and it will be interesting to see how the team works Elflein in.Below is the full injury report for the Vikings. We’ll have the Bills’ injury report in a separate post.Minnesota Vikings injury report vs Buffalo BillsPlayerPositionInjuryWednesdayThursdayFridaySunday StatusPlayerPositionInjuryWednesdayThursdayFridaySunday Status After several years of Minnesota domination in the Vikings and Lions divisional rivalry that has spanned 57 seasons, Detroit has started to claw back in recent years. The Lions have actually had a winning record in the rivalry over the past five years. They’re 5-3 against Mike Zimmer; they’re the only NFC North team that can boast a winning record over the Vikings Head Coach.Let’s take our weekly look at some of the history between the Vikings and their upcoming opponents. As always [url=http://www.vikingscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-rashod-hill-jersey]http://www.vikingscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-rashod-hill-jersey[/url] , all of the numbers used in this post come from the good folks at Pro Football Reference.Total regular season games between the Lions and the Vikings: 113All-time record: Vikings, 72-39-2Total Vikings points scored, head-to-head: 2432 (21.5 points/game)Total Lions points scored, head-to-head: 2099 (18.6 points/game)Longest Vikings winning streak vs Lions: 13 (6 October 1968 - 22 September 1974)Longest Lions winning streak vs Vikings: 5 (19 November 1961 - 27 October 1963, first five games between these two teams)Most recent Vikings home win in series: 20 September 2015 (final score 26-16)Most recent Lions road win in series: 1 October 2017 (final score 14-7)Biggest Vikings home win in series: 34 points, 9 November 1980 (final score 34-0)Biggest Lions road win in series: 27 points, 19 November 1961 (final score 37-10, first game between the two teams)Current streak: Vikings, 1 winThe Lions are actually undefeated at U.S. Bank Stadium [url=http://www.vikingscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-eric-kendricks-jersey]http://www.vikingscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-eric-kendricks-jersey[/url] , winning both of their games there so far. After winning in 2016 thanks to an overtime touchdown from the recently departed Golden Tate, they came back last year and won a 14-7 battle that seemingly put the Vikings’ season on the brink after just four games. Dalvin Cook tore his ACL in that game, the Vikings dropped to 2-2, and seemed to be going nowhere with Case Keenum at quarterback. Of course, the Vikings lost just one other time the rest of the regular season.Fortunately, the Vikings were able to exact revenge at Ford Field last Thanksgiving. They jumped out to a 20-3 lead in the second quarter and held on down the stretch to win by a score of 30-23. Keenum had 282 yards and three total touchdowns while Latavius Murray had 84 yards and a score on the ground. Danielle Hunter recovered a fumble and Xavier Rhodes had the game-clinching interception on fourth down late in the game.That’s a quick look back at the history between the Detroit Lions and the Minnesota Vikings. Hopefully the purple can get their first home win against the Lions in three seasons this weekend at U.S. Bank Stadium.