Minnesota Vikings Have Shown More Good Than Bad, But Fixes Remain
EDEN PRAIRIE (AP) — The Minnesota Vikings showed plenty of resilience and potential during their loss at Denver.
There are more parts of this team going right than wrong.
But for the Vikings to become a playoff team, they've still got a lot to fix.
The offensive line is iffy. Blair Walsh hasn't been able to stop his pattern of missed kicks. The defense, so good against the run the previous two weeks, surrendered a devastating 72-yard touchdown on Sunday. In a game on the road against one of the best teams in the league, the Vikings (2-2) just couldn't quite get over that hump.
They've started their bye week now. Their next game is Oct. 18 against Kansas City.