The Minneosta Vikings played like a playoff contender during their 29-19 win over the New Orleans Saints on Monday night. "Maybe I'll have a double life as an actor and football player." - and was making the rounds Tuesday morning promoting Vikings Boostboxes.
Minnesota's O-line, which featured new starters at each position, relieved major doubt about a unit that struggled to stay healthy a year ago and was forced to reshuffle constantly. Diggs took advantage of the NFL's new celebration rule on his second score, this time by attempting to punt the ball out of the stadium.
The Gaithersburg, Maryland native has turned out to be a diamond in the rough for the Vikings, as he hauled in 52 receptions for 720 yards and four scores during his rookie campaign in 2015-16 and followed that up by snaring 84 balls for 903 yards while reaching the end zone three times last season.
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The Vikings spent the offseason proclaiming a need for more explosive plays and downfield passes, and if that's to come, Diggs will likely be at the heart of it. And when they play like that, it makes my job easy.
With Vikings legends on hand, "The Voice of the Vikings" Paul Allen gave a great introduction for Moss, talking about some of the man's most memorable moments on and off the field before the Zygi and Mark Wilf announced the reveal of his Ring of Honor plaque to a rousing ovation.
Tight end Kyle Rudolph added a touchdown reception in the second half for Minnesota (1-0). "Everybody was playing as a team, as a unit". "I think we've all been impressed with him since he showed up. He's a great player and I expect him to only get better".