Which members of the Minnesota Vikings provided the most disappointment during the team’s overtime loss to the Baltimore Ravens?
The Minnesota Vikings went on the road and with a depleted defense and they still took the Baltimore Ravens to overtime on Sunday. Unfortunately, the Vikings fell short by a final score of 34-31.
With injuries and players out due to COVID-19 restrictions, Minnesota was playing a plethora of backups and rookies this past weekend, and they still went toe-to-toe with one of the better teams in the AFC.
While the effort and performance of these young players was impressive, it wasn’t enough for the Vikings to overcome the shortcomings of the offense’s second-half performance, and the constant three-and-outs that ultimately led to this team’s demise on Sunday.
It’s usually not difficult to pinpoint five players who disappointed in a Minnesota loss, as oftentimes there are plenty to choose from. This game was a little different though, as the majority of the team played their hearts out but just came up short.
That being said, who were the three most disappointing Vikings in the team’s overtime loss to Baltimore on Sunday?