Vikings Make Final Call On Starting Qb Against Raiders

BY Robert j. matthews

After the bye last week, Minnesota Vikings head coach Kevin O'Connell struggled to decide who to start at quarterback. On Wednesday, December 6, he arrived.

In a press conference, O'Connell confirmed that Josh Dobbs will start at quarterback against the Raiders in Sin City on December 10.

“We will start Josh Dobbs in the football game on Sunday,” O'Connell said. “We love our Josh plan.

O'Connell chose Dobbs above Nick Mullens, Kirk Cousins' backup, and rookie Jaren Hall, who suffered a concussion in the first quarter of his first start against the Atlanta Falcons a month ago.

Mullens was out for weeks in early October with a back issue. 

O'Connell claimed the QB has improved and will play against the Raiders if needed.

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