4 biggest overreactions from the Vikings loss to the Colts in Week 2

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Is the season already over for the Minnesota Vikings?

Two weeks into the 2020 season and things couldn’t have turned out much worse for the Minnesota Vikings. After falling to the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, the Vikings are now sitting with an 0-2 record for the first time with Mike Zimmer as their head coach.

Despite the underwhelming performance put forth by them in their matchup with the Colts, Minnesota still has 14 games left to play on their schedule, and plenty of time to turn things around.

For those who have experienced the self-inflicted torture of watching the Vikings first two matchups this season, it’s not hard to understand that some might think this year is already a lost cause.

Minnesota hasn’t given people many reasons to think differently during the past two weeks, however, this still isn’t the time to give up hope on this franchise. Not with Zimmer still in control as he has already proven in the past that he can get the Vikings back on track when things appear to be going off the rails.

Minnesota’s panic meter for 2020 hasn’t reached its peak yet, but it certainly grew a bit after their trip to Indianapolis. Needless to say, there were a few overreactions from Vikings fans following Sunday’s results.

Let’s check out what of a few the biggest overreactions have been during the last 24 hours since Minnesota added a second loss to their 2020 record.