The Minnesota Vikings have lost to some of the best teams in the league this year. A loss to the Rams, another to the Saints and now one to the New England Patriots on the road. In each of those three games, the same trends seem to pop up.
The Vikings aren't as sharp with the football, they're not communicating as much on defense, their turning the ball over and leaving opportunities on the football field.
Just ask Dalvin Cook who joined KFAN after the game and echoed these sentiments.
"We just didn't capitalize on some of the opportunities that was presented to us," Cook told KFAN. "We was ready for everything they threw at us. They did a lot of moving around but it's just only for decorations and to get you to eye violate."
Cook went on to say that the Vikings NEED to win a game on the road.
"We haven't put a full game together yet," he said. "This could be the point where we just put it all together. We've got a bunch of great guys in the locker room, ballers on the field."
You can listen to the full interview with Dalvin from the locker room in the player below...