Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins was injured during the game against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday afternoon. The Vikings were leading 24-10 in the fourth quarter when Cousins suffered a non-contact injury. Kenny Clark sacked Cousins on the play, and Cousins limped to the sideline unable to put any weight on his right foot after his ankle appeared to buckle.
The slow-motion replay of the injury shows how severe it is. The Vikings are currently in the playoff race, but if Cousins is out for the season, they will have to rely on a backup quarterback unless they can make a big trade before Tuesday’s trade deadline or look at a free agent.
— – (@Spicoli_____) October 29, 2023