Wide receiver Justin Jefferson is second in the NFL with 100.8 receiving yards per game. The 2020 first-round pick is one of the best deep-threats in the league, hauling in 21 passes over 20-plus yards downfield. Alexander Mattison has 448 scrimmage yards in his three starts, including two games with more than 100 rushing yards, and the team could get starting running back Dalvin Cook back from a shoulder injury.
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