Minnesota Vikings’ offensive coordinator Norv Turner was often criticized for his conservative and one-dimensional game planning in 2015. For the Vikings’ offense to take the next step they are going to need Turner to make the needed in-game adjustment to stay ahead of opposing defenses.
Earlier this week, the Baltimore Ravens' newly acquired wide receiver, Mike Wallace, stated that he sees himself as a better player now than he has ever been, and that includes his four year term with the Pittsburgh Steelers from 2009-2012. Since Wallace's departure from Pittsburgh for free agency he has played for the Miami Dolphins and the Minnesota Vikings. His best season in the three years he's played outside of Pittsburgh came in 2014 with the Dolphins when he took 67 receptions for 862 yards and ten touchdowns with Ryan Tannehill at their quarterback position. We take a look at some of his better highlights while playing with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Blazing 95-yard TD In 2011 the Steelers