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The Green Bay Packers drafted a trio of wide receivers on the third day of this year’s 2018 NFL Draft http://www.packersauthorizedshops.com/authentic-kevin-king-jersey , and through four games there had been little reason for excitement about any of them. Fifth-rounder Marquez Valdes-Scantling seemed to entrench himself as the WR4 behind a trio of veterans, and he had also made a handful of impressive plays on special teams.However, his offensive production was limited to one big play, which only came with Randall Cobb already out of a game and Geronimo Allison having left with an injury.On Sunday with both players out, MVS and a fellow rookie, sixth-rounder Equanimeous St. Brown, displayed the skill sets that excited Packers fans when their names were called on that Sunday in late April. The two combined for ten receptions, 165 yards, and a touchdown and demonstrated that they have plenty of potential to play a foil to Davante Adams on the opposite side.Now the key will be maintaining that success and chemistry with Aaron Rodgers, which is no easy task for a pair of rookies.Packers will use extra prep to recover and focus | Packers.comWith a Monday Night Football game coming up, the Packers get an extra day to recharge after last Sunday’s debacle. Then after that, it’s a full week off before the most brutal stretch of the schedule begins in week eight.Packers rookie stock report: Week 5 vs. Lions | Packers WireAlthough Marquez Valdes-Scantling impressed, so too did Equanimeous St. Brown, who had a whopping 60 snaps and showed great ability after the catch.Packers coach Mike McCarthy: There’s more to Aaron Jones’ playing time than stats | Packersnews.comWhat, exactly, is that “more” he’s referring to? Anyone with functioning eyesight can see who the best runner on this team is, and Jones has held up well as a pass-blocker so far this season, though the coaches say he still has work to do. Is that really the major holdup?Kevin King’s day in Detroit started badly and ended bloody | ESPNKing’s chin got messed up in the second half when Golden Tate’s cleat cut him up, adding injury to insult after that awful call on an early Lions punt.Michael Thomas, Josh Norman get into Twitter battle - NFL.comThomas is roasting Norman, who has since deleted his tweets in response to the Saints wideout.Mike Tomlin SHOULD be pissed about the NFL’s roughing the passer rule - SBNation.comThe awful calls that plagued Clay Matthews a few weeks ago have shifted to Pennsylvania, where the Steelers' T.J. Watt and Jon Bostic plus the Eagles' Michael Bennett were on the receiving end of some bogus penalties.NFC North 2018 Previews: Minnesota Vikings by the numbers Green Bay Packers fans like to laugh at the Minnesota Vikings and their lone championship, but even though the franchise has been shut out of the big game more than just about anyone else, it’s worth noting they are consistently the rival most likely to cause trouble for Green Bay. Rick Spielman took over the front office in 2012 after a disastrous 3-13 season and immediately turned things around. Replacing Leslie Frazier with the defensive-minded Mike Zimmer was a big first step, in conjunction with taking a very scientific approach to player acquisition and team construction. Few front offices would be deft enough to deal with a severe injury to an up-and-coming quarterback (Teddy Bridgewater), pull off a trade for an above average replacement (Sam Bradford), and when he was lost the following year, coax a great offensive season out of Case Keenum. Perhaps most impressively, they resisted the urge to overpay any of these people.The Vikings are, unsurprisingly, led by their defense, but few teams have managed to create the balance the Vikings enjoy. Most of their core stars are young and signed through at least 2020. They are one of the most well-run franchises in the NFL, and should be Super Bowl contenders for the foreseeable future.OffenseThe Vikings have a dominant defense and I basically have nothing bad to say about it, so let’s start with the offense http://www.packersauthorizedshops.com/authentic-muhammad-wilkerson-jersey , which has more questions than you may expect. On paper, this all looks pretty great. Running back Dalvin Cook will return from a torn ACL, and in the four games he did manage to play last year he was quite good. He averaged 4.8 yards per carry while contributing in the passing game. Most would agree that Kirk Cousins is an overall upgrade on Case Keenum, while Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen are among the best receivers in football, and likely the top duo. Tight end Kyle Rudolph is fine.Last season, the Vikings were excellent as Keenum, of all people, led the league in DVOA. The run game struggled a bit with the loss of Cook, but overall they were the 5th best offense in football. That’s a great accomplishment for a team that was highly successful last season, eventually running into the Philly buzzsaw, but the Vikings are very likely to come back to the pack, and back behind the Pack of offense this season.The Cousins ConundrumEven if Cousins were to be a top five quarterback, the odds of replicating Keenum’s season from a year before would still be remote. Keenum, due to talented receivers and a highly intelligent coaching staff, played well above his true talent level and produced a sensational season. Keenum was especially deadly in the red zone, where Minnesota as a whole ranked 2nd in passing DVOA, 70.1% above average. Only Philadelphia was better, which should tell you just how important Red Zone passing is. The Rams were 3rd, New England 4th. Last June I wrote a piece about this very thing, as Aaron Rodgers is one of the best all time at passing in the red zone, and in goal-to-go situations. It is one of the key things the separates him from average quarterbacks. Kirk Cousins, for all of his attributes, sticks out just as much as Rodgers, but not how you’d like it:Cousins doesn’t have great arm-strength, and as windows start to tighten near the end zone, he becomes less effective in a hurry. He wasn’t the quite as bad last season, but Washington still ranked 18th in passing DVOA in the red zone, and they fell to 23rd in goal-to-go situations. Cousins throws an accurate deep ball and, for a team that realizes his limitations, he can be an effective player. If Dalvin Cook and Latavius Murray can power the ball in in goal-to-go situations, it won’t matter as much if Cousins struggles. The problem is that replacing passing with running, even in near the end zone, isn’t efficient, and even a good offense will lose something without the threat of a pass. The fact is that Cousins is likely to be worse than Keenum in general Cheap Clay Matthews Jersey , just because Keenum was so good a year ago, but he’s also likely to be worse in this very specific way. It’s a hidden weakness of Cousins that can really derail an offense, and Minnesota has to deal with it.What About Diggs and ThielenDiggs and Thielen are great, and they are much of what made Keenum so good. The problem is that the Vikings have a big depth problem behind them. Laquon Treadwell has been a total bust so far, and while Kendall Wright is a decent backup, that’s all he is. They haven’t spent a high pick on receiver since Treadwell, and Stacy Coley hasn’t really impressed yet either. The fact is that the Vikings are paper thin behind their big two, and because Cousins will be so reliant on his weapons for production, an injury to either would be devastating. They’re also working with a new offensive coordinator with John DeFilippo taking over for Pat Shurmur, and while DeFilippo may be just fine, change isn’t always good for an offense — especially an offense that was clicking nicely thank you very much. The Vikings are likely to field an above average offense, and maybe even a top 10 unit, but there’s now some ceiling based on their choice of quarterback, and a pretty low floor based on lack of depth.DefenseThe defense, on the other hand, is outstanding, and weaknesses are few and far between. The Vikings may have gotten lit up by the Eagles in the playoffs, but don’t let that lull you into a false sense of security. The Eagles are one of the smartest teams in the league, and they figured out everyone last year. Mike Zimmer knows how to put a defense together, and he has the talent to execute, with Shelden Richardson (late of Seattle) joining Everson Griffen, run-stuffer Linval Joseph, and Danielle Hunter to form a truly outstanding line. Quarterback-injurer Anthony Barr and Eric Kendricks are both above average, and the secondary outside of Tre Waynes is one of the best in the league and is as deep as it is good. Xavier Rhodes and Harrison Smith make life easier on even the weaker players, and the secondary ranked in the top 10 in DVOA guarding every receiver category except the slot, where they were 15th. They are bringing back every core player from that defense, and most of the truly important pieces are under contract for the next three years. The Minnesota defense is well-constructed and smartly run. They are likely to be a thorn in the side of the Packers and every other North team for years to come, and beating them will take the kind of creativity that you really only get out of Philly and New England. OverallThe Vikings’ defense will keep them in almost any game, and automatically gives them a solid eight-win base, but there are some cracks in the offense, and I expect them to take a fair step back. If Cousins is his normal self they’ll likely be an 11-12 win team, but if anything goes wrong and if they wind up kicking more field goals than they score touchdowns, they may find themselves in a very competitive NFC wild card chase.