four most disappointing Vikings within the Week 14 win over the Steelers

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The Minnesota Vikings got a big win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Who were the most disappointing players from the game?

The Minnesota Vikings came out flying and dominated the first two and a half quarters in their Thursday night matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Vikings running back Dalvin Cook had a ton of room to run and was ripping off huge gains just about every time he carried the football. On the other side of the ball, Minnesota looked like the Mike Zimmer defense of old creating pressure up the “A” gap and making life very difficult for Ben Roethlisberger and the rest of the Steelers’ offense.

Eventually, the 2021 Vikings showed up and gave up 20 points in five minutes, allowing Pittsburgh back in a game they had no business being in. Ultimately, Minnesota was able to hang on for the victory, keeping their playoff hopes alive.

While the win was nice for the Vikings and many players contributed heavily to make it happen, other members of their roster were the reason why the Steelers still had a chance to win at the end.

So who were the most disappointing Minnesota players in a game that should’ve been the team’s first blowout victory of the season?

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