4 most disappointing Vikings in the win over the Bears in Week 5

(Photo by Stephen Maturen/Getty Images) Ryan Wright
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The Minnesota Vikings improved to 4-1 in a home win over the Chicago Bears in Week 5. Who were the Vikings players that disappointed in the victory?

This past Sunday, the Minnesota Vikings improved their record in the NFC North to 3-0 and their overall record to 4-1 on the season with a 29-22 victory over the Chicago Bears.

The Vikings were able to come back and get the win after blowing a 21-3 lead. Minnesota’s offense started hot, taking what the Bears were giving them as Kirk Cousins completed his first 17 passes, which set a new Vikings all-time record.

Justin Jefferson was on the receiving end of the majority of Cousins’ passes, racking up 154 yards through the air. Minnesota running back Dalvin Cook was hot running the football against Chicago as he scampered for 94 yards and two touchdowns.

The Vikings’ offense was humming for the majority of the game and the unit was a big reason why the team was able to escape with a win over the Bears.

While Minnesota’s offense was hitting on all cylinders, the defense was, again, leaky, and special teams was also shockingly bad.

Who are some of the Vikings players from those units that really disappointed in the team’s Week win over Chicago?