Minnesota Vikings: Midseason Report Cards for Each Positional Unit

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Minnesota Vikings: Midseason Report Cards for Each Positional Unit
There have been plenty of disappointments for the Minnesota Vikings in 2013.

After finishing the 2012 season with a 10-6 record and a playoff berth, the expectations for the Minnesota Vikings in 2013 were pretty high.

They opened the season with a healthy Adrian Peterson, the reigning MVP, as well as an upgraded set of wide receivers, including free-agent addition Greg Jennings and rookie Cordarrelle Patterson.

They lost a key veteran in cornerback Antoine Winfield, but they still had Jared Allen, Chad Greenway and Harrison Smith to pace an improved defense. 

Even with an improved roster, however, something didn't feel right. They Vikings had a tough schedule, and another 10-6 season seemed like a stretch—even my preseason prediction of a 9-7 record now seems absurd. 

As the Vikings currently sit with a 1-6 record, they are one of the worst teams in the NFL

Here are the midseason grades for each positional unit—don't expect many passing grades.  

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