Viking No. 3
Andrew Booth Jr. - CB
There are definitely other players who could be in this spot, make no mistake about that. However, Andrew Booth Jr., the Vikings' second-round pick from 2022 and a player that many fans had already given up on, showed signs of life against the Bears this past Sunday.
It was a small sample size, but in a game that was ugly for all four quarters, Minnesota fans should take Booth's performance as a win.
Booth played 26 defensive snaps against Chicago, only allowing one reception for seven yards while also having one pass breakup.
Booth ranked among the top-10 Minnesota defenders in Week 6, according to PFF, giving Vikings fans just a sliver of hope that all is not lost with the promising, yet often injured, cornerback.
Only time will tell if Booth can make more of a name for himself after a disappointing start to his career. But the first step is to continue making the most of the reps that he's given each week.