Minnesota’s Season Ends in Kansas City 22-17


The Minnesota Vikings season lasted all of 4 games this year, three of which they had significant leads at halftime, yet they were still unable to win any of them. In all reality they still have 12 games to play, but the Kansas City Chiefs in effect ended any Vikings hope of playing postseason football winning 22-17.

In Leslie Frasier’s first full year as head coach of the Vikings, it almost appears that he has already lost the locker room. Other than the Miami Dolphins no team in the NFL looks worst consistently as the Vikings do.

McNabb performed terribly once again, completing 18 of 30 passes 202 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. At this point it doesn’t even make sense why McNabb is still the starting quarterback, unless the coaching staff has absolutely no confidence in Christian Ponder, however it would still behoove them to take a look.

For Minnesota to win a game they are going to have to have Adrian Peterson rush for over 200 yards and three touchdowns, otherwise you just know that McNabb and the defense will find a way to screw things up and prevent the team from winning. The Vikings face the Arizona Cardinals this week, a week after the Cards lost their 3rd consecutive heartbreaking game at the hands of the Giants.

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