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Jeffri Chadiha
September 02, 2002
?After years of running three-wide-receiver, one-back sets, the Vikings will use a two-tight-end formation more often, helping quarterback Daunte Culpepper with his reads and opening up the passing game. This formation forces a defense to show which side is the strong one; when a safety creeps up to defend the run, Culpepper will know what to do.
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September 02, 2002

New Twist

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?After years of running three-wide-receiver, one-back sets, the Vikings will use a two-tight-end formation more often, helping quarterback Daunte Culpepper with his reads and opening up the passing game. This formation forces a defense to show which side is the strong one; when a safety creeps up to defend the run, Culpepper will know what to do.

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