Published on The Viking Age
Through the first 6 weeks of the NFL season, the Minnesota Vikings reached a winning record of 4-2. They only had their starting quarterback Sam Bradford for the first game of the season. Bradford was sidelined due to a knee injury that is causing uncertainty for his future as an NFL quarterback. Despite the quarterback situation, the Vikings have performed well as a team. A large reason is that of their defense.
Pro Football Focus recently ranked the Minnesota Vikings as the top defense in the NFL through the first six weeks. Harrison Smith graded as their best player with a rating of 93.9. The player with the worst rating was Trae Waynes who scores a 46.4. (READ FULL STORY HERE)