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Here’s what Vikings fans can expect for the 2014-2015 season.
After replacing head coach Leslie Frazier with former Cincinnati Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer, the Minnesota Vikings have a renewed energy that could make them a championship competitor during the 2014-2015 season. Given the significant changes in the team's management and the talent the team picked up at the 2014 NFL draft, this a standout year that'll take the team to the playoffs for the first time since 2012.
Zimmer Brings a Fresh Perspective to the Vikings
Vikings fans have a lot to look forward to as coach Mike Zimmer brings a fresh perspective to the team. As an experienced defensive coordinator, Zimmer is hoping to revamp the Vikings defense and make it one of the best in the league. In addition to bringing in Zimmer, the Vikings also hired new offensive coordinator, Norv Turner, and defensive coordinator, George Edwards.
The New Roster Combines Talented Rookies With Experienced Pros
The new Vikings roster combines a lot of new talent with experienced players. Adrian Peterson, who won MVP in 2012 after breaking the franchise rushing record with 2,097 yards, will return at running back. Peterson’s considerable talent and experience will be supplemented by rising talent acquired from this year's draft. New recruits include Anthony Barr, a linebacker who played for UCLA, and Teddy Bridgewater, who played quarterback at the University of Louisville. Expectations are high that this trio could become a powerhouse that puts the team back in the playoffs and into the history books.
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