It has been a rough couple weeks for Minnesota. Although they may be 2-0 thanks to some stellar play by their crazy defense, they will now be without their best player for up to four months. What first seemed to only be a slight meniscus injury that would keep him out a few months has turned into meniscus surgery. Well, that went 0-100 real quick alright. It was bad enough the their Bridgewater tore his ACL during the preseason and had to get Sam Bradford from Philly but this is a much bigger blow. Bradford (as he showed Sunday night) has the ability to actually be a decent quarterback in the NFL after throwing for 286 yards, two touchdowns and having 121.2 QBR. The backup for AP though, the speedster Jerick Mckinnon will be decent but no where close to the level his mentor is. Adrian might have had a slow start to the season but he was bound to glow up eventually. The Vikings offense line is already sus as it is, and now with a running back he has not really proved much of anything it will be much more difficult to run the ball. I feel bad for this team, what looked like a sleeper Super Bowl team months ago has been absolutely killed by the injury bug. Good think they have a stud in Stefon Diggs at receiver and one of the best defenses in the league. It will be a tough test staying a top the NFC North, but if every player does their part I think they can stay in the race until their leader comes back. Who knows, maybe Mckinnon can completely wow the NFL and make the Vikings completely forget about their old friend Mr. Peterson.