Vikings by the Numbers: 2013 Stats Minnesota Must Improve in 2014

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Vikings by the Numbers: 2013 Stats Minnesota Must Improve in 2014
Michael Conroy/Associated Press
Mike Zimmer will have his hands full during his first year as the Minnesota Vikings' head coach.

It was a season to forget: a fourth-place finish in the NFC North, a 5-10-1 record and a quarterback situation that made the Defense Against the Dark Arts post at Hogwarts appear stable. 

And inside all of that discombobulation were numbers to validate the struggles that unfolded in front of us. 

The Vikings possessed one of the NFL's worst pass defenses, passing offenses and a run defense that left more to be desired. 

Mike Zimmer was installed as head coach with the charge to turn the previously mentioned faults into strengths or, at the very least, passable for a playoff team. 

This slideshow addresses seven statistics, in no particular order, related to the field of play that the Vikings must improve their standing in if they want to improve upon that 5-10-1 mark. 

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