5 most disappointing Vikings from their Week 2 loss to the Colts

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Who are the five most disappointing Minnesota Vikings players from their Week 2 loss?

The Minnesota Vikings look like a team that is lost and uninterested when it comes to playing football. They haven’t been competitive in their first two games and they lost quite handily to an Indianapolis Colts team in Week 2 that was missing a handful of starters on both sides of the football.

Minnesota was embarrassing in all facets of the game and blame can’t be pointed at any one specific position. From the offense’s inability to move the football to the defense’s ability to get off the field consistently, this was a total team failure from top to bottom.

The Vikings are loaded with players who need to look in the mirror and accept blame for the poor product on the field. While we will only mention five players who were disappointing in the game against the Colts, there were plenty more to choose from.

Coaches aren’t exempt from blame either as the entire Minnesota coaching staff deserves an “F” grade through the first two weeks of the season.

The Vikings will try to regroup and perform much better against the Tennessee Titans in Week 3, but Minnesota will need these five players to play much better than they did against the Colts.