Minnesota Vikings kicker Dan Carlson also is under fire after he missed three field-goal attempts Sunday - including two in overtime - during his team's 29-29 Week 2 tie with the Green Bay Packers. During his postgame press conference, Vikings coach Mike Zimmer didn't exactly give Carlson a vote of confidence when asked if the rookie would stay on as kicker.
Zimmer was asked on Monday to explain why the Vikings chose to cut Carlson, and let's just say, he got kind of blunt with his answer. So as expected, questions about the move were what Zimmer had to answer first.
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With Carlson gone, the Vikings will look to add Dan Bailey, who was released by the Cowboys during the beginning of the month.
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Is this a decision the Vikings wanted to be making just two weeks into the 2018 season? Forbath was fine and all, but in a season with Super Bowl expectations, they drafted Auburn's Daniel Carlson in the fifth round, higher than any other kicker drafted in the history of a Minnesota franchise that's.