The Minnesota Vikings look more and more like the most complete team in the NFL with each game. Passing game, rushing offense, rushing defense, secondary, even special teams. The Vikings are truly firing on all cylinders. Alright, maybe not the special teams; they gave up a couple of big returns to Chicago. Over the past three games, Minnesota is averaging 486 total yards, with a high of 537 on Sunday against Chicago.The defense is giving up 226 total yards over that stretch, with a low of 169 on Sunday against Chicago. The vaunted Vikings run defense had looked shaky earlier in the season;áthe Minnesota run defense is now second in the NFLáafter holding Matt Forte to 27 yards on 8 carries and the Bears offense to 43 rushing yards overall. In short, Minnesota is getting better, and they ...
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