4 biggest disappointments in Vikings loss to the Eagles in Week 2

Minnesota Vikings safety Lewis Cine
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The Minnesota Vikings fell to 0-2 on the season after losing to the Philadelphia Eagles. What were the biggest disappointments about the Vikings' performance?

The Minnesota Vikings went on the road to a hostile environment on the East Coast and lost to the Philadelphia Eagles 34-28. The Vikings somehow kept it close, despite turning the ball over four times and being down to their third-string left tackle.

There were plenty of positives in the loss. The fact it was so close was encouraging,d and the Vikings saw some very good performances from their offense. Kirk Cousins went off for 364 yards and four touchdowns, and Justin Jefferson hauled in 11 receptions for 159 yards.

Defensively, Cam Bynum turned in another stellar performance with 14 tackles and a tackle for a loss. Ivan Pace Jr. had eight tackles and half a sack, and Danielle Hunter went nuts with seven total tackles and three sacks.

Those were the positives, but there were plenty of negatives and things that were just disappointing to see. Here are four of those disappointments that we saw from the Vikings' loss to the Eagles in Week 2.