When I talked about game timing issues from running real routes in preseason not just in practice, the first touchdown attempt to Kirk was the perfect example. That ball should have anticipated the cut point and been out sooner. Kirk was open. The announcers incorrectly said it was an overthrow; it wasn’t. It was just late. Murray got a lesson in NFL speed when he tried to option left. The following play he got the pass batted down when he failed to put more arc on the ball or slide to a cleaner passing lane. He should correct that with experience. A good blitz package and some poor receiving attempts concealed how poor the coverage was. Receivers were open all day. I wouldn’t get concerned about the long TD run. It’s a teachable moment that illustrates why there’s a preseason. Cook is a great back but rarely healthy. Worst 2 minute drive ever on Hundley’s first drive. Dump the clap. I still think the confusion between practice and game plays may be destroying offense. Safety play was sloppy all day. Don’t get running up the middle on 3rd & 2 during 2 minute drill. It was certain to waste the last timeout. I don’t see how they use Edmonds to protect QB. I said before he’s going to get Murray hurt. Horrible time management at the end of half. KK looked like a rookie. Hundley looked shaky but again it may come down to practicing what they’re not using. Defense was better but a tougher opponent would have buried them through the air. Some think the Vikes are major, but I don’t think the win the Central. The O-line could lead league in penalties: no outside depth. Overall you could see hope for the future but expect quite a bit of heartbreak during the journey. This is sort of free flow thoughts. I didn’t tear the tape apart this time.