5 Vikings who have offered almost nothing to the team in 2021

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Wyatt Davis – OG

During his college career at Ohio State, Wyatt Davis was a two-time First-Team All-American. So when the Vikings were able to land him in the third round of this year’s NFL Draft, it felt like a bit of a steal.

However, Minnesota fans are still waiting to find out if getting Davis in the third round actually was a steal since he still hasn’t been on the field for a single offensive snap this season.

Currently, Davis is listed as the backup right guard behind Oli Udoh on the Vikings’ depth chart. Minnesota not giving the rookie a shot yet continues to get even more confusing as Udoh has consistently struggled as the team’s starting right guard this year.

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Unfortunately, it seems like it will likely take an injury for Davis to get his first shot with the Vikings’ offense this season. Which for a team like Minnesota that hasn’t really had just an average offensive line for more than a decade, it doesn’t make a lot of sense.