Considering the full gamut of odd, bad, strange, embarrassing and downright maddening losses to the Chicago Bears, the Vikings sunk to a new low.
We’ve seen this before: the Vikings lose to a beatable team due to turnovers (including another one on their first drive).
The Vikings hosted the NFC South Division-leading New Orleans Saints at U.S. Bank Stadium on Sunday, and we all know what happens when these two teams get together—stranger things.
The Vikings entered the game in position for postseason play (if the season ended then) despite losing their QB1 last week.
The Vikings beat the Packers 24-10 and that score does not do the win justice (a two-score win for the Vikings is a blowout, okay).
Vikings beat the Niners in a big win in Primetime. And amazing it was. Cam Bynum pulled down (literally) two interceptions to help ice the win.
The Vikings, who are supposedly better than their 2-4 record, should have throttled the Bears (particularly when their starting quarterback leaves the game with injury).
The Vikings are officially in trouble because after a season of close games, good luck and fortunate bounces of the football going their way.
It started very good for the Vikings on the first drive, when incredibly pear-shaped (as they say) with a 99-yard pick-six return for the Panthers. Joe Oberle and Mark Craig review the game.
There is always a new way to win a football game—or if you happen to be affiliated with the Minnesota Vikings (a player, coach or fan), a new way to lose one.