By BOB McGINN
Pat Elflein and Brian O’Neill, probably the Minnesota Vikings’ two best offensive linemen, weren’t in the lineup on Sept. 16 when the Vikings tied the Green Bay Packers, 29-29, at Lambeau Field.
When the two teams meet again Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium Elflein will start at center and O’Neill will start at right tackle. They’ve been the only bright spots for a unit that remains the Vikings’ weakest position.
Elflein was a third-round draft choice in 2017 after following Green Bay’s Corey Linsley as the center at Ohio State. He started as a rookie but suffered a broken an...
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