3 biggest disappointments from the Vikings preseason loss to the Titans

Minnesota Vikings safety Lewis Cine
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The Minnesota Vikings lost their second game of the preseason this past Saturday, but several players lost more after a disappointing performance.

The Minnesota Vikings fell to 0-2 this preseason after falling to the Tennessee Titans on Saturday night, but you could make the argument that some of the players on the field lost more than just the game.

With the days counting down in training camp, opportunities are limited for Vikings players to make an impression. A bad performance in either of Minnesota's final preseason games or during a joint practice could be the difference between making the final 53-man roster this year or looking for a new team.

While some Vikings players took a step in the right direction, there were others who turned in a disappointing night against the Titans.

In this article, we’ll look at a few of the biggest Minnesota disappointments from Saturday’s preseason matchup and what it could mean for their hopes to make the roster, beginning with the team's top