The Entire Team’s 2019 Resolution:
Leave 2018 behind
Overall, 2018 was a strange year for the Vikings.
It started when Tony Sparano unexpectedly passed away prior to training camp and things just snowballed from there.
Some of these things were out of their control as injuries happen and Everson Griffen needed to miss time to improve his mental health for a month. Others hiccups during the season centered around poor execution that ended up torpedoing Minnesota’s year.
With the book closed on a rough season, the Vikings have a chance to regroup and gear up for a better 2019.
They should be healthier than they were coming out of last season and hopefully the sting of falling short of the playoffs will inspire them to get back to how they performed in 2017.