Vikings receiver Percy Harvin missed a third consecutive game because of a sprained ankle.
For the second game in a row, Harvin did not travel with the team and was downgraded to "out" on the injury report on Saturday.
Coach Leslie Frazier said there was "no chance" Harvin could have played.
Asked about Harvin's potential return for next Sunday's game against Chicago, Frazier admitted it would be "hard to say" if the playmaking receiver will be on the field.
That doesn't sound good for Harvin owners as they head into what could be the opening week of the fantasy playoffs. However, it's still early. TE Kyle Rudolph seems to be benefiting the most as the Vikings completed just two passes to WRs against the Packers in Week 13.