Vikings won't name starting QB leading up to Packers game

Is two weeks enough time for Sam Bradford to be ready?

That’s the unanswered question the Vikings will have to figure out before Sunday night’s nationally-televised matchup against the Green Bay Packers, when they’ll be making the regular season debut inside the new and luminous U.S. Bank Stadium.

Head coach Mike Zimmer said he will not publicly name a starter, just as he didn’t last week before Shaun Hill started the season opener in Tennessee.

“I just figured it’d be good for sports talk radio,” Zimmer said Monday, in jest.

He added the decision has not been made.

Fantasy Impact: 

Given what the team gave up for Bradford, the story concluded that whenever the team deems him ready he's likely going to be in there.

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