50 greatest Minnesota Vikings players from the 2010s

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34: Terence Newman – CB

One of Mike Zimmer’s old friends decided to come and help him in Minnesota in 2015 and he remained with a team for three seasons. Newman was able to line up in the slot or on the outside for the Vikings, and in 2015, he led the defense in pass breakups with 12.

33: Latavius Murray – RB

Originally believed to be the guy who would replace Adrian Peterson in Minnesota’s offensive backfield in 2017, but then the team went and drafted Dalvin Cook. Still, Murray proved to be useful in his time with the team, and his 14 touchdowns were the fourth-most of any Vikings running back in the last decade.

32: Andrew Sendejo – S

After spending a bunch of time playing snaps on Minnesota’s special teams, Sendejo was eventually able to earn a spot on the team’s starting defense in 2015. While it got him in trouble sometimes, his aggressiveness on the field added an edge to the Vikings’ defense when he was in the starting lineup.

31: Case Keenum – QB

Keenum’s one-year run in Minnesota will forever be looked back on fondly with the team’s fan base. It appears his success in 2017 was just a one-time occurrence, but he certainly provided the Vikings with a number of memorable moments during his lone season with the franchise.