Raiders Vs. Vikings Injury Report: Inactives Include Darren McFadden, Jacoby Ford

The Oakland Raiders and Minnesota Vikings released their week 11 inactive lists and there are no surprises for the Silver and Black. As expected, Darren McFadden and Jacoby Ford are both inactive for Sunday's game. Michael Bush will get the start at running back, while Denarius Moore will likely be the primary beneficiary of Ford's absence.

Beyond Moore, it will be interesting to see how Carson Palmer and the Raiders spread the ball around in the passing game. Darrius Heyward-Bey has been a non-factor since Carson Palmer took over, in spite of being the team's most consistent receiver through the first month and a half of the season.

The most significant "inactive" for the Vikings is not even listed. Cornerback Antoine Winfield was placed on injured reserve earlier this week, which leaves them short-handed at cornerback. Add in the team-imposed suspension of Chris Cook, and it opens up the secondary considerably for the Raiders passing attack. 

Oakland Raiders Inactives: QB Terelle Pryor, QB Jason Campbell, WR Jacoby Ford, RB Darren McFadden, CB Chris Johnson, FB Manase Tonga, OL Bruce Campbell

Minnesota Vikings Inactives: CB Chris Cook, S Husain Abdullah, LB Erin Henderson, OL Anthony Herrera, OL Demarcus Love, CB Stephen Burton, DE D'Aundre Reed

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