Vikings hope addition of playmakers helps offense
The Minnesota Vikings were one of the worst offensive teams in the NFL last season coming in at 28th in total offense.
That forced the club to be aggressive in the Draft as well as free agency to find guys who will make big plays.
They did just that. bringing in veteran playmakers Michael Floyd and Latavius Murray and taking Dalvin Cook with their top draft pick.
Now the Vikings have a plethora of playmakers around quarterback Sam Bradford, who is looking at the newcomers to take the offense to a new level this season.