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Each week of the season the Vikings passing game has gotten better—that's not saying much considering where it started. But it has gotten better.
In the opener quarterback Donovan McNabb passed for 39 yards and one touchdown on 7-of-15 passing (46.67 percent) and an interception. Two of those yards came in the second half.
In Week 2, he threw for 228 yards on 18-of-30 passing (60 percent), and a passer rating of 83.6.
McNabb has shown more and more confidence and a greater comfort level in each game. In Week 3, the progress should continue.
He got the tight ends more involved in Week 2 (four catches for 43 yards between Visanthe Shiancoe and Kyle Rudolph). Receiver Percy Harvin had seven catches for 76 yards, showing progress after a two-catch, seven-yard performance in Week 1.
Minnesota needs its passing offense to be better in Week 3 for this victory to happen.