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Vikings to Start Nick Mullens

According to NFL Network Insiders Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero, the Minnesota Vikings have made the decision to start quarterback Nick Mullens in their upcoming game against the Cincinnati Bengals. The announcement was later confirmed by the team.

Mullens, who played in the fourth quarter of the Vikings' game against the Las Vegas Raiders last Sunday, has been selected to start over Josh Dobbs, who has been the starting quarterback for the past four games following his trade to Minnesota from the Cardinals.

During Week 14, Mullens showcased his abilities by completing 9 of 13 passes for 83 yards, contributing to the Vikings' victory after replacing Dobbs in the game.

Mullens' upcoming start will mark the fourth different quarterback to start for the Vikings this season. Previously, Kirk Cousins, rookie Jaren Hall, and Josh Dobbs have all taken snaps under center for Minnesota.

As the Vikings prepare to face the Bengals with Mullens at the helm, fans and analysts alike will be eager to see how he performs in this pivotal matchup. The decision to start Mullens adds a layer of intrigue to the game and sets the stage for an exciting and closely watched contest between the Vikings and the Bengals.

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