5 Vikings positions that have worsened since the start of training camp

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What are five positions that have gotten worse for the Minnesota Vikings since training camp started in July?

The Minnesota Vikings have high expectations for the 2021 season. They stocked up on the defensive side of the football to ensure they won’t be an embarrassment again this year. They also added some key players in the draft to make their roster complete and very competitive.

The Vikings kicked off their training camp at the end of July, and throughout the last month, they have come to the realization that some positions on their team aren’t as solid or deep as they initially thought.

These positions could be because a key player has been injured, or maybe it’s just because the guys they have in place haven’t performed well in the opportunities they’ve had.

There’s still time to rectify many of these positions, and new guys could always step up, but for now, here are five positions on Minnesota’s current roster that appear weaker than initially thought since training camp started in July.