Even though they got a big win over the San Francisco 49ers in Week 7, there were still some disappointing aspects of the Minnesota Vikings performance.
Maybe it was the power of Creed that took them higher, or maybe the Minnesota Vikings just caught the San Francisco 49ers at the right time, but whatever the reason, the Vikings shocked the world on Monday night with their improbable victory.
Minnesota played their most complete game of the season, and maybe even their most complete game of the Kevin O'Connell era. The Purple had a balanced offensive attack, the defense was flying around making plays, and special teams were also good (for the most part).
This was a huge win for the Vikings and one that could potentially turn their season around. Hopefully, the team can build off of this victory and go on a run that gets them right back in the playoff hunt.
While this game was an impressive and huge victory, there were some things that occurred that were disappointing to see. These may be a bit nitpicky when Minnesota played so well, but they are areas that will need to get cleaned up.
Let's go over three disappointments from the Vikings' huge win over the 49ers.