50 greatest Minnesota Vikings players from the 2010s

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38: Jarius Wright – WR

Wright was never one to blow up the stat sheet, but he always seemed to get open when the Vikings needed him the most. Of his 153 catches in a Minnesota uniform, 67 percent of them resulted in a first down.

37: Captain Munnerlyn – CB

One of the first notable free-agent signings of the Mike Zimmer era, Munnerlyn manned the slot for three seasons with the Vikings. He played a large part in the turnaround of the Minnesota pass defense after Zimmer took over as the head coach.

36: Sharrif Floyd – DT

What seemed like a promising career was unfortunately cut short in 2016 thanks to a bad surgical procedure. Floyd was able to generate a ton of pressure on opposing quarterbacks as the Vikings three-technique and the team still hasn’t really been able to find a permanent replacement for him since he last stepped on the field.

35: Greg Jennings – WR

One of Rick Spielman’s first big free-agent signings after being promoted to Vikings general manager in 2012, Jennings did what he could despite being forced to catch passes from a wide range of quarterback talent. In his 31 appearances with Minnesota, he managed to finish with at least 100 receiving yards in a single game just once.