Minnesota Vikings: 3 Lessons learned from Super Bowl 54

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With Super Bowl 54 concluding on Sunday between the Chiefs and 49ers, here are three lessons that the Minnesota Vikings could take away from the game.

Along with 27 other teams in the NFL, the Minnesota Vikings watched the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers battle it out in Super Bowl LIV in Miami on Sunday from home while failing to reach the league championship this year.

The two talented squads put on an entertaining title game at Rock Hard Stadium on the national stage, with the Chiefs ultimately coming away with a come-from-behind 31-20 victory to be crowned Super Bowl Champions.

Kansas City, which trailed by as much as 10 points in the game and fell behind San Francisco 20-10 going into the fourth and final quarter of Sunday’s matchup, went on to score 21 unanswered points led by Patrick Mahomes and company on offense to come away with a championship ring at the end of the night.

Throughout the game on Sunday, there were multiple things that both the Chiefs and 49ers displayed that teams could learn from going into the 2020 season and could take away from the contest to add to their teams and systems before the new year begins.

With games now officially in the past and the offseason now underway for every team throughout the NFL, let’s take a look back at the Super Bowl showdown and come up with three things that the Vikings should have taken away from the entertaining game in Miami on Sunday.

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