50 greatest Minnesota Vikings players from the 2010s

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30: Steve Hutchinson – OG

One of the newest members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame (scheduled to be inducted in 2021 now due to the current pandemic), Hutchinson’s final two seasons with the Vikings came during the early part of the last decade. While his career was nearing the end, he was still easily one of the best offensive linemen to suit up for Minnesota since 2010.

29: Marcus Sherels – PR/CB

The ultimate underdog of the decade, Sherels somehow managed to fight his way onto the Vikings’ roster in 2010 and remain with the team for a total of 10 seasons. He was at his best when returning punts and he currently holds the Minnesota franchise records for career punt return yards and career punt return touchdowns.

28: Teddy Bridgewater – QB

After helping lead the Vikings to the playoffs in his first full season as a starter in 2015, Bridgewater’s career appeared to be heading in the right direction. However, a severe knee injury in 2016 altered his plans in Minnesota, and the team decided to part ways with the quarterback in 2018.

27: Anthony Harris – S

Harris patiently waited for his opportunity to get a chance as a starting safety for the Vikings and he certainly hasn’t disappointed since the decision was made. During his first full season as a member of Minnesota’s starting defense in 2019, all he did was end the year tied for the NFL-lead in interceptions.