1. Brian O'Neill - RT
While many people are focusing on the holding call on Brian O'Neill late in the game that negated a long touchdown run, that should not overshadow the stellar outing that he produced on Sunday.
The veteran right tackle went up against a solid Saints defensive line, and he responded by allowing zero pressures. While O'Neill's run-blocking hasn't been optimal, his pass-blocking ability has been top-tier all season, and Sunday was no different.
O'Neill might have been dethroned by Christian Darrisaw as the best Vikings offensive lineman this season, but the longevity and consistency from O'Neill cannot go unnoticed.
Minnesota was missing a strong offensive line for years, and the selection of O'Neill in 2018 was the beginning of the Vikings creating a solid unit in front of their quarterback.
O'Neill was solid against the Saints, putting together another underrated performance in what is an underrated career so far for the big man out of Pitt.
Not only does O'Neill deserve more love for his game this week, but his contributions to the team as a whole during his career deserve more praise.