#5. Take some chances
Here is something that sounds contradictory, but is just the next step in the Vikings offense. While moving the ball efficiently and establishing the run will keep the score low and give Minnesota a great chance of winning, the team needs to take the next step.
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The Jaguars are the absolute worst in the league when it comes to intercepting passes. In fact, they’ve only picked off three passes during the 2016 NFL season and will likely be playing very close to the line of scrimmage in this game.
If the offensive line can hold, the Vikings should be able to get a couple of deep shots against Jacksonville. Both Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen have been reliable mid to deep targets for Bradford, and they could be the target of the some big plays.
This could go a long way in developing the confidence of the offensive line, quarterback, and receivers in knowing exactly what kind of potential this team really has in their passing game going forward.
Don’t miss the Minnesota Vikings when they take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in week 14 of the NFL season. With so much on the line for the Vikings in this game, they will need to do everything they can to bring home a big win on the road.