1. Minnesota Vikings
After lacking offensive weapons since the Randy Moss era, the Vikings have put together one of the better receiving duos in the NFL, let alone the NFC North.
No matter who the Vikings put at quarterback in 2017, the man behind center couldn’t do any wrong. They ended up throwing for the 11th most yards per game with 235. Case Keenum was the biggest culprit for Minnesota, starting 14 games. But he’s gone with Kirk Cousins now at the helm.
Even though they only had one 1,000 yard receiver in Adam Thielen (1276), Stefon Diggs is on the verge of breaking out as well. He posted 849 receiving yards and looks like he could take that next step forward in 2018. In addition, they signed former Bear, Kendall Wright to be the third weapon they need on this team.
At tight end, they have the touchdown catching maestro in Kyle Rudolph. Rudolph snagged eight touchdown receptions last season to go along with 532 yards, the second-most in his career. Given all the weapons around Cousins, the Viking should be able to support two 1,000 yard receivers in 2018.