What decisions made by the Minnesota Vikings during the 2020 offseason should be regarded as the worst?
It’s now been more than five months since the Minnesota Vikings last played in a meaningful football game. Since then, the Vikings have undergone a lot of changes.
This has arguably been the most active offseason for Minnesota since they hired Mike Zimmer to be their head coach in 2014. During the last few months, the Vikings have parted ways with a number of longtime contributors, switched around which coaches will be running the offense and the defense for next season, and added a ton of youth to their roster.
Despite all of the changes, there are still plenty of players and coaches returning from the Minnesota team that made the playoffs last year.
During the upcoming season, the Vikings will attempt to earn back-to-back playoff berths for the first time since 2009. In fact, Minnesota has qualified for the postseason in back-to-back years just once since 2000.
A number of decisions made by the Vikings this offseason should benefit the team in 2020. But out of all the moves Minnesota did and didn’t make this year, which should be viewed as the worst?