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Riley Reiff Has Been The Vikings’ Top Newcomer

 So far this season, the Minnesota
Vikings have gotten some pretty impressive performances from players that
weren’t on the team in 2016. We all know about the contributions of running back
Dalvin Cook, who was a strong Rookie of the Year candidate until last week, and
quarterback Case Keenum has done some nice things in the place of Sam Bradford.
However, there’s one player that, in my opinion, stands out more than the rest
of the newcomers through the first quarter of this season, and it’s a guy that
Rick Spielman and company took a bit of heat for signing.When the Vikings signed
offensive tackle Riley Reiff in the offseason, they gave him a whole lot of
money to protect the blind side of whatever quarterback the Vikings were going
to have out there in any given week. Reiff was regarded as an average to
slightly above average player during his time with the Lions, playing left
tackle for them until Taylor Decker pushed him over to the right tackle spot in
his last year in the Motor City https://www.vikingsedgeshop.com/Laquon_Treadwell_Jersey-33.The
terms of Reiff’s deal put a lot of people off. The Vikings, after already having
“missed” on several other offensive tackles, wound up giving Reiff a five-year,
$58.75 million deal with over $26 million in guarantees. That sounds like a
whole lot of money. . .and it is. But the Vikings, who had suffered through a
couple of seasons of horrible offensive line play, especially from the left
tackle spot, thought that he was worth the price.Thus far, that assessment has
been accurate.Pro Football Focus has put out their rankings of offensive line in
terms of pass blocking efficiency through the first quarter of the season, and
the Vikings. . .who were nothing short of a complete disaster last season. .
.sit at 11 in the NFL. Reiff is a huge part of that.The Vikings had one of the
league’s worst offensive lines last season, and the additions they made through
the draft and free agency have made an immediate and obvious difference. Nobody
on the Vikings line has allowed more than one sack and as a unit they have
surrendered 36 total pressures.To contrast. . .let’s take a look at an offensive
line headed up by one of our old friends, the Matt Kalil-led Carolina Panthers,
who find themselves at 15 in the rankings.Only Matt Kalil holds this back from
being a much higher-ranked line. Kalil has surrendered four of the five sacks
this line has surrendered and 13-of-38 total pressures across 136 snaps.Yes,
Kalil. . .who got basically the same contract as Reiff did this offseason
despite not having had an even average year since his rookie season Riley Reiff
. . .is single-handedly dragging down the entire Carolina offensive
line. Not a good look. I guess that “demanding excellence” isn’t everything it’s
cracked up to be.So far, per PFF, Reiff’s grade for the year is currently at
75.4, which ranks him 21st among all NFL tackles . The Vikings’ other bookend,
Mike Remmers, is just ahead of him at 75.9, which is 19th in the NFL. Now, those
grades might not sound incredibly high. . .but, if ye have a strong enough
stomach, let’s compare them to what the Vikings put out at the left tackle spot
last season.T.J. Clemmings - 31.0 Matt Kalil - 37 https://www.vikingsedgeshop.com/Terrell_Newby_Jersey-109.2
Jake Long - 63.9 The Vikings were a disaster along the offensive line in 2016,
and that showed in the limitations the offense had. Bradford had no time to
really do anything longer than a checkdown, and the running game was among the
most atrocious the Vikings have fielded since the advent of the 16-game
schedule. I know that other new faces have contributed to that, such as Remmers
at right tackle and rookie Pat Elflein at center. But I honestly feel that
Reiff’s contributions at left tackle. . .not the least of which is giving the
Vikings’ quarterbacks the confidence that they might not get their internal
organs rearranged on every single snap. . .has been the biggest part of
that.Honestly, how many times have we said in this space that the Vikings’
didn’t need to have the best offensive line in the league. . .they just needed
to not suck? Well, Reiff’s presence has taken this offensive line well beyond
“not suck” status for the first quarter of this season, and hopefully that will
continue going forward.When you add it all up, that’s why I think Riley Reiff
has been the Vikings’ most impressive newcomer through the first four games of
this season https://www.vikingsedgeshop.com/David_Morgan_Jersey-75.
Yeah, you can make a case for Dalvin Cook, but then you have to bring up his
injury, and that would just make everyone sad and angry. So, let’s focus on the
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