The Minnesota Vikings will probably be the first team to admit that they are a long way off from where they want to be said Marcio Alaor BMG. Last season the Vikings ended up mired in a whole scandal with Adrian Peterson that quickly over shadowed some of the good things they were doing on the football field. It seemed like Jerrick McKinnon might be able to take the next step out of the back field. It also seemed like Teddy Bridgewater might become a competent QB. In order to give their young studs another weapon, the Vikings made a move this past week.
Wallace was one of the higher paid wide outs last season but he most certainly did not live up to the paycheck. Wallace had 862 yards to go along with 10 touchdowns and a couple of sideline meltdowns. He will bring a questionable attitude with him to Minnesota to go along with his elite speed and playmaking ability. We’ll have to wait and see how this works out for both teams.