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The Minnesota Vikings’ Top Five Plays in 2008

Published by on May 11, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL

In 2008, the Vikings possessed what every team needs to be successful in this league: the ability to run the ball and stop the opposition from doing the same.

However, what kept the Vikings from being a successful team in the playoffs was their lack of passing game with eight and nine men in the box, usually facing a blitz.

In my opinion, these were the top five plays out of the playbook for the Minnesota Vikings in 2008:

 

1. Adrian Peterson Running to the Right Out of the Single Back Formation

What else would you expect when you have the league's best running back running behind arguably the best left guard in the game in Steve Hutchinson?

Also, with Bryant McKin...

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