(Eagan, MN)  —  The Vikings are making a change at quarterback for their upcoming game against the Bengals.  Minnesota head coach Kevin O’Connell has named Nick Mullens the team’s starter for Saturday’s matchup in Cincinnati.  Mullens will become the fourth different starter for the team since Kirk Cousins suffered a season-ending injury in Week Eight.  The 28-year-old was on injured reserve due to a back injury when Cousins went down, paving the way for rookie Jaren Hall and veteran Joshua Dobbs to start.  Mullens has thrown for over 51-hundred yards, 27 touchdowns and 23 interceptions over his six-year career.


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