The Minnesota Vikings have some players who are in make or break seasons. If they don’t produce this year, the infamous “bust” label could start being floated around when their names are mentioned.
The term “bust” is never one a player wants to get labeled with. Usually, that means that after a couple of seasons that player will not live up to their draft status.
There are different levels of being a bust. There are the ones who are just flat out bad and get cut early in their careers. Or there are ones like Laquon Treadwell, who while he made the Vikings roster for three seasons and signed for a fourth, he didn’t come close to living up to his first-round status, and was an afterthought in the Vikings’ passing attack.
The Minnesota Vikings have some players on the roster who could get labeled a bust or at least start getting that term floated around them if they don’t have better seasons than they did in 2019. These are mostly second-year players, but a few are guys who have been around longer than that. Here’s a list of five Vikings who could begin to be considered a bust at the end of the 2020 season.