50 greatest Minnesota Vikings players from the 2010s

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46: C.J. Ham – FB

In just three years, Ham has quickly emerged as one of the top fullbacks in the NFL. In addition to his blocking abilities, he has displayed the skill to be a reliable receiving target out of the backfield during his time with the Vikings.

45: Brett Favre – QB

Favre only spent one year with Minnesota during the last decade and it’s probably a year he would like to forget. However, he did manage to throw for 446 passing yards while leading the Vikings to a Week 9 win over the Arizona Cardinals during what would end up being his final season in the NFL.

44: Blair Walsh – K

Like Matt Kalil, Walsh’s career with Minnesota got off to such a hot start. Unfortunately, he was never able to match his rookie performance, and he will forever be known as the guy who missed a 27-yard chip shot that cost the Vikings a playoff win over the Seattle Seahawks in 2015.

43: Matt Asiata – RB

For someone who seemed like he only gained a yard or two every time he touched the football, Asiata ended up playing a significant amount of time during his tenure with Minnesota. His 18 rushing touchdowns were the second-most of any Vikings player during the last decade.