The Vikings were without a doubt the league’s least-inspiring 3-1 team.
But they’re halfway to 4-1 with another effective game, leading the Titans 13-0 at the break.
They’ve held the Titans to 87 yards of total offense, and forced two turnovers, dominating them at the line of scrimmage.
And even though Christian Ponder threw his first interception of the year, they’ve had just enough offense to get by.
Percy Harvin has 95 yards and a touchdown on six touches, running for the score. Adrian Peterson has 10 carries for 35 yards, as they continue to be not much to look at.
But it’s working.