As evidenced by this game, the Vikings’ starters are starters for a reason.
Minnesota rested less players this week against Indianapolis, and put together a much-improved performance, especially on defense. The Vikings caused turnovers and made some nice plays on special teams.
In the end, the Vikings lost the game, but winning isn’t entirely important in the preseason. What is important: Minnesota looked better than it did in the preseason-opening defeat to Denver. The Vikings have something to build off heading into the team’s next game.
Here is everything we know about the Vikings’ preseason loss to the Colts on Saturday at U.S. Bank Stadium: