Mike Zimmer will soon find a few solutions about a Vikings list highlighting a retooled offense and question marks over the profundity outline.
The preseason opener in Buffalo on Thursday night will be a litmus test for how much the group changed through free organization, the draft and schematic changes. While there are few position rivalries to watch on a main five-positioned protection, the offense, positioned 28th a year ago in the NFL, will be under the magnifying lens.
Consider Zimmer as a part of the inquisitive to perceive how well tenderfoot running back Dalvin Cook passages behind an upgraded run diversion, which has new hostile handles and a patched up zone conspire.
Zimmer declined to state what number of plays or arrangement he needs from quarterback Sam Bradford and alternate starters, however he said the Vikings may blend and match staff as opposed to expelling all starters without a moment’s delay.
“Obnoxiously, we’ve been somewhat working with the framework and investigating some extraordinary choices and things,” Zimmer said.
The unit’s 2016 disappointments brought about a dynamic offseason, including the advancement of Pat Shurmur to facilitator and the increases of new players with a large number of dollars and draft picks.