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The future of the Vikings part 4: Tight ends

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but his efficiency and success in important situations made his role more valuable. Rudolph caught 70.2 percent of passes in his direction and averaged 6.6 yards per target. Both of those numbers are up from last year.,Kyle Rudolph’s catch total dropped from 83 in 2016 to 57 in 2017
Inside the red zone, whereas this year Rudolph had 12 first downs on 24 targets. He was especially good on third-and-short situations, the former Notre Dame star was targeted 18 times. He caught 14 passes, all of which turned into first downs., seven of which were touchdowns. Last season he picked up first downs on just 17 of 44 targets on third down, where he caught five passes on seven targets
but wasn’t often a deep target. He caught only two throws from Case Keenum on balls that traveled more than 20 yards.,Rudolph was used often by Shurmur on short passes and play-action plays
As a blocker, but an ankle injury toward the end of the year sunk his Pro Football Focus grade., he showed improvement throughout most of the season
Morgan’s highest snap count percentage for a single game was 42,David Morgan was one of the NFL’s best blocking tight ends. PFF ranked him second in the league behind Jacksonville’s Marcedes Lewis. Throughout the season, Shurmur turned to him more and more often. Through eight weeks, reaching as high as 73 percent in a single game (which was boosted by Rudolph’s injury)., but in the second half he averaged over 50 percent,Authentic Harrison Butker Jersey, 1
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— Rudolph is an important part of the Vikings’ offense and a well-liked player,womens Shaq Thompson Jersey, including Stefon Diggs, but he eventually may need a re-worked contract to stick around. Over the next two seasons,womens Devin Funchess Jersey, he is set to have cap hits of $7.6 million. For 2018,Authentic Curtis Samuel Jersey, the Vikings shouldn’t have an issue with fitting him in,womens Daeshon Hall Jersey, Anthony Barr, but in 2019 they will have major extensions hitting the cap,womens Harrison Butker Jersey, Rudolph can be released with no cap penalty for the Vikings., Eric Kendricks, Danielle Hunter and Trae Waynes. Next year
fast tight end in the later rounds have failed. It’s harder to replace Rudolph than it would be on Maddie’s 18. With that said,— It seems every year there is a conversation about a quicker, more athletic tight end being added to the mix. It turns out that Jimmy Grahams and Travis Kelces are not just wandering around on the street. The Vikings’ last two attempts to draft a tall, a pass-catching No. 3 TE would be beneficial., if the next offensive coordinator plans to use tight ends as often as Shurmur didwomens Daryl Worley Jersey
Rudolph was on the field for nearly every snap. That could change as Morgan proves he can be more than just a blocker. Dropping Rudolph’s snap count might also help him stay fresh throughout the season and give the Vikings opportunities to succeed in the run game in single-TE sets.,— Morgan could see more playing time in 2018. When healthyAuthentic Christian McCaffrey Jersey,
— If the Vikings did have any inclination of moving on from Rudolph, there are a number of good tight ends on the free agent market. The list is highlighted by Jimmy Graham, Trey Burton and Tyler Eifert., Antonio GatesAuthentic Shaq Thompson Jersey,
— Assuming they stay with Rudolph, Seattle’s Luke Wilson and Washington’s Niles Paul are possibilities., the second tier tight end group has a few possible role players. Denver’s Virgil Greenwomens Curtis Samuel Jersey
— The Vikings have other needs in the draft,womens James Bradberry Jersey, Troy Fumagalli of Wisconsin (46 catches, but there are a handful of talented tight ends who could be available in the second or third round,Authentic Devin Funchess Jersey,including Oklahoma’s Mark Andrews (62 catches,womens Christian McCaffrey Jersey,958 yards),womens Taylor Moton Jersey,111 yards)., 547 yards) and South Dakota State’s Dallas Goedert (72 catches,Authentic Taylor Moton Jersey,

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