The Minnesota Vikings are no closer to placing in the top-10 of the 2022 NFL Draft after their 37-10 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.
The location is Paradise, Nevada, but Vikings supporters may find themselves in hell if the team doesn't find a player who can help them immediately away. The odds go worse as you travel further away from the top-10, which was the case with the Vikings in NFL.com's most recent draught order estimates.
They have officially dropped from 12th in line to now 13th.
The Cleveland Browns are the team to blame if you're seeking for someone to point the finger at. After losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday night, they were moved up to No. 12. Naturally, there is still one week of regular season football left, and things could change depending on what occurs.
Despite the fact that the Vikings have nothing to gain by beating the Chicago Bears on Sunday, it appears like they will play their available starters and handle the game as if it were a regular game. It appears that treating it as a glorified preseason game and playing the backups, including rookie quarterback Kellen Mond, would be the smarter decision here. Coach Mike Zimmer, on the other hand, is definitely uninterested.