Minnesota Vikings: Grading the Disaster That Was 2010.

January 3, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Minnesota Vikings completed their lackluster season with a lackluster performance, losing 20-13 in the season finale to the Detroit Lions.
The loss dropped the Vikings into a last place tie in the NFC Central with the Lions.
A 6-10 record is about all these two team have in common as they appear to be heading in different directions.
For the Lions they end the season with a four game winning streak—their first in 12 seasons.
For the Vikings it represents a six game drop from last season, and for the seventh year over the past 10, watching the playoffs instead of participating in them.
The expectations for the 2010 season were extremely high after coming so close last year.
The Vikings' failure this season can be correlated to one main factor—the play of Brett Favre. 
Favre's two seasons in Minnesota were the opposite ends of the spectrum.
Just as a pendulum swings from one extreme to the next, so was his play at quarte...

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