Who are a few Minnesota Vikings players that disappointed in their win over the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 10?
The Minnesota Vikings went out west and came out with a hard-fought victory against the Los Angeles Chargers. The Vikings played very well on both sides of the ball and many players who don’t normally see a lot of action stepped up and contributed to the victory.
While plenty of inexperienced players helped this team win, there were also plenty of familiar faces who stepped up in a major way. On offense, it was Justin Jefferson who shone the brightest. Jefferson made highlight-reel catch after highlight-reel catch and came up big in some very clutch situations. He also scrapped and pushed for extra yardage, willing himself to first downs.
Defensively, the star was Eric Kendricks, who made plays all over the field, including a big sack early in the game, and later an interception that lead to a Vikings‘ touchdown. He was the heart and soul of the defense, and the entire unit fed off of his energy.
Those players were some of the bright spots, but not everyone wearing purple had a great day. Here are the three most disappointing players in the Vikings win over the Chargers.