5 most disappointing Vikings from their Week 1 loss to the Packers

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Who were the most disappointing Minnesota Vikings players from the Week 1 loss?

The Minnesota Vikings showed up to their first game of the 2020 season with a surprising lack of defense. They weren’t able to get an ounce of pressure on Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers offense moved up and down the field on the Vikings with relative ease.

There were a number of Minnesota players who did not step up to the plate on Sunday and their lack of plays really hurt the team.

Whether it was a defensive lineman who couldn’t generate pressure or a cornerback who struggled to stay stride for stride with a Packers wideout, there were plenty of Vikings to share the blame this week.

These players are going to have to make adjustments to their games in a hurry if Minnesota is going to get back on track next Sunday on the road against the Indianapolis Colts. That being said, let’s go over the most disappointing Vikings players from their Week 1 loss to Green Bay.

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