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Vikings and The Offense, What To Expect For Next Year

MINNEAPOLIS - DECEMBER 28:  Adrian Peterson #28 of the Minnesota Vikings carries the ball in for a touchdown as James Butler #37 of the New York Giants defends on December 28, 2008 at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
Mitchell TimpCorrespondent IApril 4, 2009

This upcoming year should be a good one for the Vikings with some of the moves they made. Today I'm going to break down the Vikings offense.

First of all lets start with the draft. In my last article I predicted that Percy Harvin will soon be in purple. If so the Vikings will have a good passing game like when Randall Cunningham was around.

Now lets go to the Running game. AP had a good year last year and this year won't be much different. If we get rid of Ryan Cook, and we get a better Offensive lineman the Vikings can expect good things.

Lets go to the passing game. If Rosenfels has a good year we wont have to worry. Berrian will have another good year and I beleive that the vikings will get an offensive lineman in the draft. Say goodbye to Cook!

Like I said earlier, if we get Percy Harvin we can expect a passing game and tie up our offense. So all Vikings fans that read this, get ready to buy some playoff tickets!

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