Up 17-13 at halftime, the Minnesota Vikings should feel good about their first half performance.
They are up on the defending Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers (6-0) who haven’t had a game decided by less than 10 points since their Week 2 win (30-23) over the Carolina Panthers.
But everyone knows Minnesota’s history. The Vikings have let three first-half leads greater than 10 points slip away. And the talent level across the field today is greater than it was in any of those three second-half meltdowns.
Going into halftime here are three things about which Minnesota should feel good: