X's and O's: Finding the Main Culprit in the Vikings' Loss to the Chicago Bears

After starting out red hot as the last undefeated team standing the MInnesota Vikings have quickly gone from hero to zero, in large part due to their porous offensive line play.

Their bye week during week six seemingly stopped all their momentum as they loss to the Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears in consecutive weeks.  However, the offensive line play was in large part to blame after giving up an astronomical 38 pressures, 20 quarterback hits, and 11 sacks in the two losses.

Whats even scarier is that teams are getting pressure on the Vikings with just four-man pressure, as the BEars only had to blitz just three times.

Luke Inman tried to figure out who the main culprit has been during the team’s two-game skid in his latest edition of “X’s & O’s”.

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