Chip Scoggins: Final act will define strangest Vikings season

The Vikings didn’t come out and apologize after Sunday’s overtime victory over the second-worst team in professional football, but they didn’t react as if the clock had just struck midnight on New Year’s Eve, either. The tone felt appropriate, their message on point. They won. They felt relieved. They know that type of performance won’t cut it moving forward. They can feel giddy if Justin Jefferson performs The Griddy in a victory Sunday at Tampa Bay. “We still haven’t put it all the way together yet,” coach Mike Zimmer said Monday. “If we do that, then I think we have a chance to be pretty go…

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