Vikings No. 5 and No. 6
Garrett Bradbury - C
Despite struggling in three of his first four years with the franchise, the Vikings made the odd decision to re-sign center Garrett Bradbury to a three-year extension during the 2023 offseason.
It was a choice that was questioned by many when it was made, and for those who had their doubts about Minnesota bringing Bradbury back, they were proven right this season.
Whatever progress the Vikings saw the veteran center make in 2022, that didn't continue this season. Instead, Bradbury reverted to his old ways of giving up way too much interior pressure to opposing defenders week after week after week.
He will still have two years remaining on his contract after this season, but Minnesota can easily cut bait with him this offseason without creating a huge salary cap problem for the future.
Bradbury shouldn't have been re-signed by the Vikings last year, and after this season, the team will have the opportunity to fix their mistake by showing him the door.
Greg Joseph - K
Speaking of player Minnesota surprisingly re-signed last year, kicker Greg Joseph is right at the top of that list.
Joseph was one of the worst kickers in the entire NFL in 2022, but because he hit a few clutch kicks, the Vikings felt that was worthy enough to deserve another contract.
Well, to the surprise of no one outside of Minnesota's front office, Joseph has still been awful this season.
In 16 games, he's made 78.6 percent of his field goal attempts, which is actually worse than what he finished with during the 2022 campaign (78.8 percent).
Just like Bradbury, the Vikings mistakenly gave Joseph another chance that he didn't deserve, and it's safe to say that after the kicker becomes a free agent following the end of this season, his next kick in the league won't be in a Minnesota uniform.