The fabric of the Minnesota Vikings breakout year is made of, Mike Wallace and his capacity to divert attention and Teddy Bridgewater rated by Pro Football Focus metrics, as the top quarterback in the league, adding up to the potential for a breakout year.

Wide receiver Charles Johnson combined with Wallace signifies a true nightmare for opposing defenses. Norv Turner, offensive coordinator who tracked Johnson’s development, loves what he’s seeing this off season and lets not forget that it was Turner who coached Johnson in Cleveland back in 2012.

Turner sees his pupil stronger after recovering from a knee surgery last year, with excellent work ethic, at 218 pounds he’s a strong receiver that can run and has everything a player needs to be productive in the league. In the final seven games Johnson showed his potential catching 25 passes for 415 yards.

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