Vikings RB Adrian Peterson questionable against the Bengals

Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sport

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is listed as questionable with a groin and foot, but he expects to play.

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, who missed Thursday's practice with an injured foot and groin, is listed as questionable heading into Sunday's game against the Bengals. Peterson was a limited participant during Wednesday and Friday's session.

Despite the questionable label, Peterson expects to play.

Peterson last played against the Baltimore Ravens on Dec. 8, but was listed as inactive last weekend against the Philadelphia Eagles. Prior to the Ravens game, Peterson generated 357 yards rushing with a touchdown against the Packers and Bears combined.

Along with Peterson, backup Toby Gerhart, listed as probable with a hamstring, has been playing well recently, generating 89 and 91 yards rushing respectively in two of the past four weeks. And when both backs were out last week against the Eagles, Matt Asiata scored three rushing touchdowns.

OUT
CB Xavier Rhodes (ankle)

DOUBTFUL
TE John Carlson (concussion)

QUESTIONABLE
RB Adrian Peterson (groin, foot)
RB Matt Asiata (ankle)

PROBABLE
CB Chris Cook
LB Larry Dean
G Brandon Fusco
RB Toby Gerhart
LB Chad Greenway
LS Cullen Loeffler
CB Marcus Sherels
S Harrison Smith

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