The Vikings defense is still collectively trying to put together a complete game after struggling at the start of Sunday's 30-17 win over the Seahawks.
Aside from missed tackles and some poor coverage, players were sometimes out of position to stop Seahawks running back Chris Carson, who had 10 carries for 74 yards by halftime. According to coach Mike Zimmer, the problems included a veteran defense freelancing a little too much.
"We got a chance to be good, a really good team," defensive end Everson Griffen said. "I feel like we just have to not get greedy in the first part of the game and play our blocks and play the run a little better.