Percy Harvin, arguably the Vikings' most important offensive weapon, appears to have a serious ankle injury he will have examined Monday at Winter Park.
Harvin twisted his left ankle in the field turf at Gillette Stadium in the first quarter and had to be helped off the field by the medical staff. He taped it up and was able to return, ultimately catching six passes for 104 yards.
But Harvin was limping severely in the locker room after the game and expects to be even sorer today.
"It's hurting pretty bad and it probably was adrenaline that got me through," he said. "I couldn't do much but I was able to fight through it. Go and see the trainer's (today) and we'll know then."