Which Minnesota Vikings players were the most disappointing in Week 8?
The Minnesota Vikings got their biggest win of the season when they went into Lambeau Field and knocked off the division rival Green Bay Packers.
The Vikings were led by a strong performance on the ground by Dalvin Cook who rushed for over 160 yards and three touchdowns. He also scored on a long screen pass and he was the difference in the game.
Minnesota also got solid play out of their defense against the Packers. Despite being down to about their fifth-string cornerbacks, the Vikings were able to keep Green Bay’s receivers contained.
Minnesota’s defense ended up holding Aaron Rodgers and the green and gold offense to just 22 points on the day. The Vikings defense held when it had to and got a key pressure late in the game when D.J. Wonnum hit Rodgers, forcing the game-sealing fumble.
While Minnesota had plenty of players who stepped up in this game, there were a few who didn’t perform up to snuff.
In a contest when most of the guys wearing white and purple played very well, this list can get a little nit-picky. Whether it’s fair or not though, let’s go over some of the Vikings players who were the most disappointing in the team’s huge win on Sunday.