5 most disappointing Vikings from the preseason loss to the Raiders

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The Minnesota Vikings dropped their first preseason game to the Las Vegas Raiders 26-20. Who were the most disappointing players from that game?

The Minnesota Vikings got the 2022 season started and kicked off the Kevin O’Connell regime with a 26-20 loss to the Las Vegas Raiders in their first preseason game on Sunday.

The Vikings had a handful of players that didn’t even suit up in this contest, which led to more opportunities for some younger players and veterans down the depth chart to showcase their talents.

Some of these players rose to the occasion, including Ty Chandler, Kellen Mond, T.Y. McGill. and Albert Wilson, who all had solid games.

Mond may have put some distance between himself and Sean Mannion for the backup quarterback job, while also tossing some water on the flames of the Vikings bringing in an outside presence to be their No. 2 quarterback during the regular season.

While some members of the Vikings played well on Sunday, others had performances that weren’t so inspiring. Whether it was on offense or defense, these players either failed to make plays or didn’t perform with the same effort and enthusiasm as their teammates.

So which Minnesota players disappointed the most in the team’s first game of the 2022 preseason against the Raiders?