Minnesota Vikings' Most Positive Preseason Surprises so Far

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Minnesota Vikings' Most Positive Preseason Surprises so Far
Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

The Minnesota Vikings broke from training camp last week in Mankato and are now back at their headquarters at Winter Park in Eden Prairie. It was basically an uneventful camp, which is a good thing, as NFL news in the first half of August is usually injury-related.

Going injury free hasn't been the only positive for the Vikings, though, as many players and positional units have stood out as positive surprises from camp thus far.

On the field, the Vikings have started slow in their preseason schedule, dropping games to both the Houston Texans and the Buffalo Bills

Neither loss is worrisome at all in these glorified practice sessions, but the hope is that the team looks a little more battle ready when it takes on the San Francisco 49ers this coming Sunday evening.

The third preseason game normally sees NFL teams use their starters for at least a half of football, before letting Game 4 go to the players fighting to make the squad.

Yes, the Vikings are 0-2 so far in the preseason, but that hardly means it's been an unsuccessful camp. Here are the most positive preseason surprises for Minnesota so far.

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