6 Vikings offseason decisions in 2023 that already look like a disaster

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Looking back at some of the decisions made by the Minnesota Vikings during the 2023 offseason, which choices are already looking terrible two weeks into the season?

Two games into their 2023 regular-season schedule, and the Minnesota Vikings are still in search of their first victory.

Most figured the Vikings would have at least one win by now, but instead, they are sitting with an 0-2 record to begin a season for the third time in the last four years.

Blame for Minnesota's 0-2 start can be pointed in a number of different directions. However, the Vikings are also still dealing with a bunch of problems that created issues for them last season too.

This is probably one of the most head-scratching aspects of Minnesota's disappointing start to the 2023 campaign. Everyone with a working pair of eyeballs could see what the Vikings needed to fix this past offseason, and for some reason, it seems like the team believed some of these problems would just sort themselves out.

Yes, two games into a season might be a little early to review some of Minnesota's most recent offseason decisions. But we're going to do it anyway.

So let's take a look at some of the choices made by the Vikings during the last few months that are already starting to feel disastrous, beginning with the decision to make a career backup their top starter in the offensive backfield.