4 most disappointing Vikings in their Week 11 win over the Packers

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The Minnesota Vikings got a huge victory over their hated rival last Sunday. Who were the most disappointing Vikings from that win over the Green Bay Packers?

This past Sunday, the Minnesota Vikings got back to the .500 mark with what could be a season-changing win against their despised rival the Green Bay Packers.

Minnesota‘s defense was stout in the first half and was especially tough against the run. Eventually, Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay offense figured out how to move the ball on them, but they held up just enough to get the victory.

The Vikings’ offense was aggressive all day and was determined to push the ball down the field. That mentality led to 34 points against one of the league’s best defenses.

Justin Jefferson was, once again, amazing, hauling in eight balls for 169 yards and two touchdowns. Adam Thielen made some huge catches, Dalvin Cook ran the ball very hard, and Kirk Cousins was clutch in key moments. This all equated to a huge win for the Purple.

While plenty of Minnesota players stepped up in this big game, there was a handful who didn’t have their best performance. Who are a few Vikings that were underwhelming and disappointing during the victory over the Packers?