Just two targets Monday
Osborn had two receptions for 25 yards on two targets in Monday's loss at Philadelphia.
It's not a good sign for Osborn's role in the offense that he was targeted just twice in a game where the Vikings were forced to air it out after falling behind early (Kirk Cousins had 46 passing attempts). Adam Thielen and Justin Jefferson had 19 combined targets and Irv Smith had eight targets, so while Osborn was on the field for 47 of the offense's 61 snaps and ran 42 routes, he wasn't really in the game plan. Despite a new head coach in Minnesota, the No. 3 receiver continues to be an afterthought in the offense.
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Cook suffered a dislocated shoulder during Sunday's 28-24 win versus the Lions, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Coach Kevin O'Connell said Cook had "a little bit of a shoulder deal" that forced him out of Sunday's 28-24 win against the Lions, and the running back will be "day-to-day."
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