QB - MIN
Week 14 Outlook
Vikings QB Jaren Hall is officially inactive for a Week 11 matchup with the Broncos.
Hall continues to deal with a concussion and will remain inactive until he can clear the league’s protocol. Joshua Dobbs is expected to remain the starter moving forward.
Vikings QB Jaren Hall (concussion) was a limited participant in practice Wednesday.
Hall remains in the NFL’s concussion protocol after suffering a concussion in Week 9. Hall will continue to attempt to clear the protocol and is expected to serve as Joshua Dobbs’ backup once he returns.
Vikings QB Jaren Hall (concussion) has officially been ruled out for a Week 10 matchup with the Saints.
Hall suffered a concussion in his first NFL start last week against Atlanta. The Vikings will turn to Joshua Dobbs to make the start against the Saints Sunday. Fantasy managers should expect Dobbs to likely remain the starter moving forward.
Minnesota Vikings rookie QB Jaren Hall has been ruled out of the Week 9 contest with a concussion suffered early in the game.
Hall was receiving his first career start against the Atlanta Falcons following the injury to QB Kirk Cousins. He completed five of six passes for 78 yards and had 11 yards rushing before his premature exit. Newly acquired QB Joshua Dobbs is in at QB now for Minnesota.
Vikings’ HC Kevin O'Connell announced the team plans to start rookie QB Jaren Hall against the Falcons.
Minnesota traded for Josh Dobbs from the Cardinals, but it'll still be Hall starting this week. He will get the chance to prove himself with Dobbs potentially starting in the next game if he struggles as the Vikings look to remain in the wildcard conversation.