5 most disappointing Vikings in the comeback win vs. the Colts
By Nik Edlund
Which members of the Minnesota Vikings helped contribute to their 33-point deficit against the Indianapolis Colts in Week 15?
The Minnesota Vikings dug themselves a hole that seemed impossible to climb out of against the Indianapolis Colts this past Saturday. After a series of miscues, the Vikings found themselves down 33-0 at the half.
Minnesota fans in attendance were leaving in droves, and many fans watching at home decided to get some last-minute Christmas shopping done instead of watching the disaster that was unfolding before them on the TV.
At halftime, something snapped in the Vikings, and they came out in the second half looking like a much different team. K.J. Osborn was the spark that got things going, and soon, Minnesota’s defense stepped up, then Justin Jefferson started making plays, and then Dalvin Cook said, “hold my beer,” and took a screen pass to the house.
The always-shaky Vikings kicker Greg Joseph even knocked the game-winning field goal through the uprights in overtime, and Minnesota once again became kings of the North.
While there were Vikings who willed this team to the division crown, there were also some members of the squad that definitely made the huge deficit against Indianapolis even possible. Who are a few members of the Vikings that disappointed the most against the Colts?