5 bold questions for the Minnesota Vikings offense in 2020

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There are plenty of questions for the Minnesota Vikings offense heading into the 2020 season.

There was once a time when the offseason discussions surrounding the Minnesota Vikings centered around the offense.

With a cast of talented young weapons combined with adding Kirk Cousins and a couple of high-end draft picks to the offensive line, the Vikings finally had the pieces together to become a top unit on the offensive side of the ball.

While things started well under Kevin Stefanski in 2019, Minnesota’s offense became inconsistent in the second half of the season after Adam Thielen suffered a hamstring injury and Dalvin Cook had to miss time with shoulder and chest ailments.

After Stefanski eventually left to become head coach of the Cleveland Browns this offseason, the Vikings were focused on keeping things the way they were. But even then, there are still questions about Minnesota’s 2020 offense that need to be answered.

WIth Gary Kubiak taking over for Stefanski and Stefon Diggs traded to the Buffalo Bills, there are still a lot of moving parts as we move toward the 2020 season.

So let’s look at what some of the biggest questions for the Vikings’ current offense are and whether or not the team has a way to figure them out before the upcoming season begins.