3 most disappointing Vikings in the win over the Cardinals

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The Minnesota Vikings improved to 6-1 with a 34-26 victory at home over the Cardinals. Who were the players that were a little disappointing in the win?

The Minnesota Vikings earned another home victory this past Sunday with an eight-point win over the Arizona Cardinals. The Vikings were led by some stellar performances on defense, with Za’Darius Smith leading the way with three sacks and Patrick Peterson stepping up and making big-time plays against his former team.

Offensively, it was Minnesota running back Dalvin Cook who finally broke the 100-yard mark on the ground for the first time this season. Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson had another solid game, and quarterback Kirk Cousins was able to pick up some yards on the ground, rushing for a touchdown.

While those aforementioned players performed extremely well, there were a few members of Minnesota’s roster whose play wasn’t all that impressive against the Cardinals.

Who are the three Vikings that disappointed the most in Week 8? And the sad part is that a couple of these are no strangers to this list.