50 greatest Minnesota Vikings players from the 2010s

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50: Joe Webb – QB/WR

Webb spent four seasons with the Vikings, three as a quarterback and one as a wide receiver. His most memorable moment came during the 2010 season when he led Minnesota to a win in a Tuesday night showdown (yes, Tuesday) with the Philadelphia Eagles.

49: Brian O’Neill – OT

O’Neill has only been a member of the Vikings for two years, but he seems like he’s on track to remain with the team for a long time. In just his second season with Minnesota in 2019, he emerged as the clear-cut choice as the team’s top offensive lineman.

48: Jasper Brinkley – LB

Brinkley got his shot to be a part of the Vikings’ starting defense back in 2012. He responded by racking up more than 100 tackles and forcing three fumbles. That, however, would end up being the most impressive year of his NFL career.

47: Matt Kalil – OT

After Kalil’s first season in Minnesota ended with a trip to the Pro Bowl, the team likely felt they had landed their next franchise left tackle. But he was never the same player after his rookie campaign and he left the Vikings after the 2016 season.