October 17, 2021; Charlotte, North Carolina, USA; Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Adam Thilen. Compulsory Credit: Bob Donan-USA Today Sports.
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Adam Thilen returns in 2022 at the age of 32 for his first season [as a regular season participant] Except Led by Mike Zimmer.
Zimmer was eliminated after a mid-season in January. In 2020 and 2021, Minnesota was “all-in” by building the roster but turned into a 15-18 (.454) record. Accordingly, the Vikings fired Brass Zimmer and his boss Rick Spielman.
Minnesota Kiwis have hired Adopho-Mensah as general manager and Kevin O’Connell as head coach, a young duo to replace the old-school, hard-nosed gym style.
And, of course, Theilen is on board for the experience of Adofo-Mensah and O’Connell. He used the word Rejuvenation Time to talk this week Fox Sports 9 In Twin Cities, “When I talk about breathing fresh air and a kind of rejuvenation, because when you get out of here, things are understandable and it’s exciting.”
Thiellen Rejuvenation Feelings make all sense in the world. Last week, however, the world confirmed Zimmer’s various “doghouses”, which housed players such as Cameron Dantzler and Kellen Mond in 2021. Early in Zimmer’s departure, linebacker Eric Kendricks described the old system and culture as “fear-based”. Closer to Bobby Knight’s approach than the modern NFL standard.
In fact, Thiellen was the one to mourn Zimmer’s departure, insisting that the team was in better shape now than Zimmer left in 2014. Still, Thiellen revived about the change, probably because the new coaching staff would make Thiellen even more criminal. Zimmer’s infamous “first defense” in a league had a tendency toward “crime first”.
When Egan’s energy is revived, the national eyes and ears call the Vikings “same ‘ol, same’ ol”. Minnesota has won eight games in 2021, and most sportsbooks theorize the Vikings as the eight or nine winning team for 2022.
Therefore, if Thilan’s personal revival is fruitful, the Vikings will deny adversity along the way. Two-point home underdog for Minnesota Week 1. The Vikings will battle the Green Bay Packers on September 11th.
On a distinct front, Thilan wants to groom his first 1,000-yard season in four years. He hasn’t used the 1,000-yard mark since 2018, the Kirk Cousins’ first campaign in Minnesota.
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