T.J. Clemmings worst tackle in the NFL, according to PFF

After accumulating enough snaps to become eligible, T.J. Clemmings has now been rated as the worst offensive tackle in the NFL, according to Pro Football Focus.

Clemmings, who slid over from right tackle to left tackle to fill in for injured starter Matt Kalil, has struggled in his first two games since coming back in to the lineup. On Monday night, Clemmings' struggles were exposed by Giants defensive end Olivier Vernon, who routinely beat Clemmings on the snap and wreaked havoc in the Vikings' backfield at various times throughout the game.

The former fourth-round pick started all of 2015 at right tackle after being drafted out of Pittsburgh, however was replaced at the position by free agent acquisition Andre Smith.

The Vikings also saw reserve offensive lineman Jeremiah Sirles gain extensive reps after the injury Smith. Smith's injury is not thought to be serious and while he did not feature for the remainder of the game, he was on the sideline and active should an emergency situation warrant his return to action.

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