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Vikings attacked all areas of passing offense

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The Vikings took a global approach to improving their passing attack in 2012.

The Minnesota Vikings' 28th-ranked pass offense in 2011 has been linked to a number of factors, including a rookie quarterback that didn't have the offseason to ease into a new offense, an offensive line that was shaken up from the start of training camp when left tackle Bryant McKinnie was overweight and quickly released, and a lack of viable receiving weapons. Likely, all of those were factors...

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