Minnesota Vikings Rookie Lewis Cine Set For Surgery On Fractured Leg

Minnesota Vikings rookie Lewis Cine set for surgery on fractured leg
Minnesota Vikings rookie Lewis Cine set for surgery on fractured leg

Minnesota Vikings rookie Lewis Cine set for surgery on fractured leg

Minnesota Vikings rookie Lewis Cine set for surgery on fractured leg

Minnesota Vikings safety Lewis Sain will undergo surgery in London after suffering a broken leg in Sunday’s win over the New Orleans Saints.

“It’s a tough time for our team,” Vikings coach Kevin O’Connell told reporters after the game. “[Sine] is a guy who, from day one, has been a personal favorite of mine and does everything we’ve asked. He was thriving in his rookie year and really special teams for us. was a dynamic character.”

Sane was injured late in the first quarter while blocking a punt return. He was on the field for several minutes and was given an air cast before being taken to a local hospital.

A first-round pick out of Georgia in April, Cine played extensively on special teams during the first four weeks of the season. He spent much of training camp and the preseason dealing with a knee injury that kept him limited on the depth chart for defensive snaps and behind other concerns.

It is expected that Chest will remain under the care of doctors in London until he is cleared to return to Minnesota.

No timetable has been set for his return, but given the severity of the injury, it would be surprising to see him play again during the 2022 season.

Cine was a first-team All-SEC selection and the CFP National Championship defensive MVP for the Bulldogs last season.

Week 4 of the 2022 NFL season began Thursday night with a win over the Cincinnati Bengals that was overshadowed by a gruesome injury to Miami Dolphins QB Tua Tagore, who suffered a concussion and was briefly sidelined. was admitted to the hospital.

Sunday’s games ended with the Kansas City Chiefs and quarterback Patrick Mahomes using some trickery and hustle in their second straight loss to Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Sunday’s action begins (9:30 a.m. ET) with the Minnesota Vikings taking on the New Orleans Saints at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London. The game came down to the final seconds when Will Lutz’s 61-yard field goal attempt hit the uprights and the crossbar but fell short.

Later in the day, the Cooper Rush led the Dallas Cowboys to a victory over the Washington Commanders, the Philadelphia Eagles and Jacksonville Jaguars battled through the rain, and the league’s top two teams — the Baltimore Ravens and Buffalo Bills — squared off. The game-winning field goal came down. Pittsburgh Steelers rookie QB Kenny Pickett made his debut in the third quarter and ran for his first two career touchdowns, but Zach Wilson (making his season debut) and the New York Jets won with a last-minute touchdown. Took home.

The Tennessee Titans picked up an AFC South road win against the Indianapolis Colts, and the Seattle Seahawks exploded offensively, scoring 48 points on the Detroit Lions, who tried to fight back but fell just short in the end.

The Las Vegas Raiders finally got into the win column in the later afternoon window, defeating the Denver Broncos to give coach Josh McDaniels his first victory in silver and black. The Green Bay Packers went 3-1 with a last-second, overtime win vs. a gritty New England Patriots team playing with a third-string rookie quarterback.

Our NFL Nation reporters react with the biggest takeaways and lingering questions coming out of this week’s matchups and look forward to what happens next. Let’s get to it.

Minnesota Vikings rookie Lewis Cine set for surgery on fractured leg
Minnesota Vikings rookie Lewis Cine set for surgery on fractured leg

Go to a matchup:

MIN-NO | MIA-CIN | JAX-PHI | TEN-IND

CLE-ATL | WSH-DAL | BUF-BAL | LAC-HOU

NYJ-PIT | CHI-NYG | SEA-DET | ARI-CAR

DEN-LV | NE-GB | KC-TB

  They have different areas of ​​strength. It’s not necessarily the wide receivers anymore, but the tight ends and running backs now. All five of his touchdowns were scored by tight ends or backs, including three touchdown passes to quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Mahomes has nine passing TDs this season, four more than any other quarterback.

Is there any reason to worry about the defense after its Week 4 performance? there is not. They forced the Bucs to go on long, time-consuming drives to get their points. The Chiefs made the biggest play of the game in the second quarter on L’Jarius Sneed’s sack and Tom Brady’s strip, a play that gave Mahomes and the offense good field position to score a touchdown that put them up 28. -10 leads. — Adam Teicher

Next game: vs. Raiders (Monday, 8:15 p.m. ET)

They opened with a 21-3 hole in the second quarter and then a 38-17 third. The turnovers didn’t help. The Chiefs scored 14 points in the first half on two fumbles — the first by rookie quarterback Rashad White on the opening kickoff and the second on a sack by quarterback Tom Brady. He began to find his rhythm with two touchdowns from receiver Mike Evans, who returned from a one-game suspension. But it was not enough.

No, let’s put things in perspective. The Bucks went 2-2 in the first four games of the regular season against teams that went a combined 46-22 last yeatttt try 5r. This is the seventh time Brady has finished 2-2 (2003, 2005, 2012, 2014, 2017, 2018) with four of those seasons (2003, 2014, 2017, 2018) ending in a trip to the Super Bowl. It was supposed to be the toughest part of the Bucs’ schedule, though. 

Next game: vs. Falcons (Sunday, 1 p.m. ET)

Should the Panthers consider turning to Sam Darnold? Darnold (ankle) is set to come off injured reserve this week, and while that’s because he’s lost the starting job to Mayfield in training camp, the Panthers at least have Darnold next week against the 49ers. Ready to play has to be considered if Mayfield struggles. Soon it’s no longer a small sample for Mayfield. At times last season, Darnold showed potential with a healthy Christian McCaffrey. McCaffrey is healthy, and the defense is playing at a top-10 level, so perhaps Darnold’s game management will give Carolina a chance. — David Newton

Next game: vs. 49ers (Sunday, 4:05 p.m. ET)

With quarterback, Jalen Hurts not at his best (16 for 25, 204 yards, 0 TD, 1 INT) and poor weather conditions at Lincoln Financial Field, the defense and ground game took over. Corner James Bradbury turned the tide, intercepting Trevor Lawrence late in the third quarter as the Jags threatened to cut a six-point deficit. The defense totaled five takeaways, while Philadelphia’s rushing attack put up more than 200 yards and four touchdowns against a Jacksonville defense that was holding teams to a league-low 55 rushing yards per game. The Eagles proved they can win shootouts and slop-fests four weeks alike.

Will growing wounds stop them?

Cornerback Darius Slay (arm), tackle Jordan Melita (shoulder), guard Isaac Seumalo (ankle), and linebackers Patrick Johnson (head injury) and Kyron Johnson (head) all left the game for the Eagles, who are already without Cornerback Avonte Maddox (ankle) and running back Boston Scott (rib). Philadelphia has enjoyed largely good health thus far, but the Cardinals have several injuries to monitor heading into next week’s game. — Tim McManus

(Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET)

What to know: The Jaguars are a better team under coach Doug Pederson, but they’re not good enough to overcome recklessness with the football. They turned the ball over five times Sunday after committing just one turnover in their first three games. 

How quickly will Trevor Lawrence rebound?

The reigning AFC Offensive Player of the Week had his worst game of the season, losing four fumbles and throwing an interception. While growing pains are still expected for the 22-year-old signal-caller, the Jags need him to play like the top-end talent he is more consistently this year to reach his limit. — Tim McManus

Minnesota Vikings rookie Lewis Cine set for surgery on fractured leg
Minnesota Vikings rookie Lewis Cine set for surgery on fractured leg

Next game: vs. Texans (Sunday, 1 p.m. ET)

What to know: The Titans felt Derrick Henry was close to being on the way entering Week 4 against the Colts, and it turns out they were right. Henry gained 99 yards in the first half and scored his longest touchdown of the season in the first quarter when he ran 19 yards on his second drive of the game. It was the fifth time in the past seven games that Henry has rushed for 100 or more yards against the Colts. The Colts allowed a league-best 2.6 yards per carrying before Henry crushed them for 114 yards on 22 carries (5.2 average).

What about the end of the second half?

The momentum swung back in the Titans’ favor on Indianapolis’ final drive when Danico Autry got a sack to force a 51-yard field goal attempt that Chase McLaughlin missed. The Titans were flat out on their first series of the third quarter and had to punt after three plays. The Colts scored on the next drive, bringing the crowd at Lucas Oil Field to life. Although they are now 2-2, the Titans need to start putting teams away when they get the chance. — Tavern Davenport

(Sunday, 1 p.m. ET)

What to know: The Colts are 0-2-1 in the AFC South after their third divisional game in four weeks, and already look set to win their first division crown since 2014. Facing a steep climb. Has lost games to the Jaguars and Titans and tied the Texans. The Colts’ lack of consistency on offense or defense was evident in this game, especially for an offense that committed three costly turnovers.

Is Colt’s running game broken?

Jonathan Taylor, the NFL’s 2021 rushing leader, was bottled up once again in what is becoming a worrisome trend for Indianapolis. Taylor finished with 42 yards on 20 carries (2.1 yards per attempt) as he was constantly beaten in the backfield by an insecure offensive line. The Colts offense was built around his productive running game, but if Taylor can’t step up, a disproportionate burden will fall on the passing game. — Stephen Holder

(Thursday, 8:15 p.m. ET)

One-score games aren’t the easiest way to be in the NFL, but with a team in transition, the Falcons are .500 in 2022 with a two-game winning streak in such games. It’s still a young team, but with the Seahawks and Browns following a similar style — a balanced pass rush and aggressive defense when it matters — maybe Atlanta’s young team is figuring things out.

Is the Atlanta Falcons’ run game real?

Cordarrelle Patterson entered questionable on Sunday with a knee injury. By the end of the game, the only question was how complete the run game was with or without him. Patterson’s backup was effective Sunday. Rookie Tyler All gear ran for 84 yards. Practice squad call-up Caleb Huntley scored 56 and cornerback Avery Williams had 21 yards a carry. –Michael Rothstein

(Sunday, 1 p.m. ET)

What to know: Blown coverages cost the Browns in a Week 2 loss to the New York Jets. A key fourth-quarter lapse in coverage doomed Cleveland again on Sunday. With three minutes to play, the game tied, and the Falcons at their 9, Olamide Zacchaeus scampered into an open field up the middle of the field for a 42-yard gain. And a facemask penalty on Denzel Ward put Atlanta within range of a game-winning field goal.

Can Brown’s defense get healthy up front?

With almost the entire Browns defensive line, including Myles Garrett, Atlanta ran the ball at will in the fourth quarter. Garrett and pass rusher Jadeveon Clowney should be back soon. But at 2-2 and facing one of the league’s toughest remaining schedules, Cleveland’s season may already be in tatters. — Jack Trotter

Minnesota Vikings rookie Lewis Cine set for surgery on fractured leg
Minnesota Vikings rookie Lewis Cine set for surgery on fractured leg

(Sunday, 1 p.m. ET)

What to know: The Cowboys’ defense is legit. For the first time since 1973, the defense did not allow 20 points in any of its first four games. Dallas’ defense was so good that even when Washington started a drive at the Cowboys’ 30 in the fourth quarter, it got a stop on a fourth-down play with a deflection by Trayvon Diggs in the end zone. Playing without Dak Prescott for the past three games, the defense knew it needed to carry the day. Did it…again.

Why the rush to return Dak Prescott?

It has nothing to do with Cooper Rush becoming the first Cowboys quarterback to win his first four starts and everything to do with science. Prescott had surgery on his right thumb on September 12. He hasn’t thrown more than a couple of flips since having a stitch removed on September 26th (yes, a stitch.) Will some practice be enough for him? Will he play next week against the Los Angeles Rams? By winning those three games, the Cowboys have bought themselves time with Prescott’s return. — Todd Archer

(Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET)

That’s not where the Commanders should be in coach Ron Rivera’s third season. On Sunday, there were too many penalties (11 for 136 yards; including two that erased interceptions) and a failure to win enough one-on-one matchups. Corner William Jackson III committed three penalties. One fumbled the puck, and two others combined for 65 yards. Yes, it’s still early and Washington could be fine. But the Commanders have yet to show they can be a consistent team, and that’s a huge concern. Problems run deep.

What happened to the passing attack?

After scoring 28 points in Week 1 — quarterback Carson Wentz threw four touchdown passes — Washington’s offense, and especially the passing game, has largely been poor. He averaged 3.6 yards per pass on Sunday. The Commanders still have talent at receiver, but Wentz and his protection haven’t helped. Wentz often rushes because of the rush, and often it leads to a mistake. This is a bad combination. — John Kim

(Sunday, 1 p.m. ET)

What to know: The Bulls ended their seven-game streak to lose one-score games through 2020 thanks to a second-half bounce back on the road. After trailing the Ravens by 17 points in the second quarter, quarterback Josh Allen led Buffalo on a quick scoring drive at the end of the first half and then went three of four in the second half. The defense also played a key role, holding the Ravens scoreless in the second half. 

Can the Bulls find a way to run the football consistently?

Coming into the game, the Bulls had the worst run block win rate (62.2%) in the league and were struggling to get the running game going outside of Allen. That streak only continued against the Ravens, as Allen had a team-high 70 rushing yards, contributing to the team’s early offensive struggles. The Bulls went into halftime with 34 rushing yards and finished with a combined 55 yards from their running backs on the ground. — Alaina Getzenberg

(Sunday, 1 p.m. ET)

What to know: For the second time this season, Baltimore lost at home after leading by 17 or more points. The Ravens built a 20-3 lead late in the second quarter before seeing Buffalo score 20 straight points. Baltimore became the first team in eight years to lose multiple games at home while leading by 17 or more points. In Week 2, Tua Tagovailoa threw four touchdown passes against Raven’s defense in the fourth quarter. The Ravens are 2-2 and host a Bengals team that will have 10 days of rest.

Why didn’t the Ravens kick a field goal?

Instead of kicking the go-ahead field goal, the Ravens went for a fourth-down and an n touchdown from the Buffalo 2-yard line. Jackson was pressured and threw an interception in the end zone, tying the game at 20 with four minutes remaining. The Bulls then marched down the field to kick the winning, 21-yard field goal as time expired. Ravens cornerback Marcus Peters had to be removed from yelling at coach John Harbaugh before the game-winning kick, throwing his helmet down on the sideline. It’s been a disappointing start for Baltimore. — Jamison Hensley

(Sunday, 8:20 p.m. ET)

What to know: A week after an embarrassing loss to the, e Jaguars, the Chargers corrected course, albeit in less convincing fashion against Texas. As important as the win, Bolt appeared to escape NRG Stadium without suffering any further significant injuries. The offensive line — rookie left tackle Jamari Salyer made his first career start — provided solid protection for Justin Herbert as the franchise quarterback plays through torn rib cartilage.

Who are the Chargers?

About a quarter of the way through the season — and after several significant injuries, including losing left tackle Rashon Slater for the season, placing edge rusher Joey Bosa on indefinite injured reserve and wide receiver Cannon with a hamstring injury. Playing three games without Allen — it’s still unclear if a Super Bowl-caliber roster will take the field on paper. — Lindsey Thierry

Minnesota Vikings rookie Lewis Cine set for surgery on fractured leg

(Sunday, 1 p.m. ET)

What to know: Texas trailed 27-7 at halftime, but quarterback Davis Mills ignited a comeback to pull Houston within three with eight minutes remaining. Mills and the offense started slowly, as he threw for 76 yards with one interception. But in the second half, the second-year quarterback had 170 yards and two touchdowns (and another interception). His most impressive play was when he unleashed a 58-yard bomb to wide receiver Nico Collins in the opening moments of the fourth quarter. Mills capped the drive with an 18-yard strike to Brandon Cooks. Mills is up and down but continues to tease promise. Minnesota Vikings rookie Lewis

Defense in a funk?

After starting the first two weeks holding opponents to 16 points per game, Texas has allowed 57 points over the past two. They allowed 34 points and 420 yards on Sunday as quarterback Justin Herbert threw for 340 yards and two touchdowns on 27-of-39 passing (69.2%). They rarely pressured Herbert, as he was fired only once. Coming in, the Texans’ strong point was their pass defense — as they were second in quarterback completion percentage allowed (55%) and fourth in sacks (10) — but they didn’t bail them out this time. can give — DJ Bien-Aime

Minnesota Vikings rookie Lewis Cine set for surgery on fractured leg

(Sunday, 1 p.m. ET)

What to know: QB Zach Wilson overcame three-quarters of rust in his 2022 debut and had the biggest comeback win of his career. He displayed courage and poise, qualities he didn’t often display as a rookie. He made big throw after big throw, leading the Jets on 81- and 65-yard touchdown drives to erase a 10-point deficit. He could have folded after two interceptions, but he made plays behind a makeshift offensive line and showed good accuracy on downfield throws. That’s what the Jets envisioned when they drafted him second overall in 2021. He showed great mobility. Have a wonderful day. — Rich Cimini

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If they can, it will be a minor miracle. Rookie RT Max Mitchell (knee) was the latest to go down, as he was carted off in the second quarter. With Mekhi Becton, Dwayne Brown, and George Fant already on injured reserve, the Jets are down to their fifth- and sixth-string tackles. The line was so messed up that RG Alijah Vera-Tucker started the game at left tackle — a surprising move. Brown is slated to come off IR this week, but it could take a week or two before he’s ready. It’s a bad situation, bound to affect Wilson’s progress. — Rich Cimini

(Sunday, 1 p.m. ET)

What to know: Has the Kenny Pickett era begun — or is it over?

The rookie QB from Pitt came off the bench to provide a temporary spark for the Steelers in the third quarter when he ran for two touchdowns and ignited a moribund offense. He threw just three incompletions — and they were all interceptions, the second-to-last one setting up the Jets’ game-winning TD. He fired up the offense and the crowd, but the turnovers were rampant. — Rich Cimini

Minnesota Vikings rookie Lewis Cine set for surgery on fractured leg

Pickett or Mitch Trubisky? One factor to consider: The next four games are tough, as the Steelers face the Bulls, Buccaneers, Dolphins, and Eagles. At 1-3, the Steelers can’t afford too many losses. Tomlin will have to weigh Trubisky’s experience and the upside of their upcoming opponents vs. Pickett. — Rich Cimini

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