Vikings vs Seahawks: best offensive scores PFF
In case you didn’t know, the Vikings played well on offense. Just ask Minnesota coach Mike Zimmer.
“I told the team it was the best offensive performance I’ve seen in the eight years I’ve been here,” Zimmer told reporters.
Minnesota had 30 points and missed the time of a Seattle team that couldn’t keep up. The Vikings had a lot of offensive players to pull off the upheaval.
Here are the first three, according to Focus on professional football.
PFF score: 88.5
Analysis: Jefferson made huge plays against a vulnerable Seahawks defense. He finished with 118 receiving yards and a nice touchdown at the end of the first half.
PFF Rating: 82.5
Analysis: Kirk Cousins probably had his best game of the year on Sunday. He finished with 323 passing yards and three touchdowns. I totally agree with the correct rating.
PFF Rating: 80.1
Analysis: Udoh had a few reel blocks against the Cardinals in Week 2. This week he didn’t really stand out against the Seahawks – for a good or a bad way. I would say that due to the lack of pressure Kirk Cousins faced – he was only sacked once and hit four times – Udoh most likely played well. Sometimes the life of an interior offensive lineman is if you aren’t noticed, it can be a good thing. Udoh racked up enough good faith in the first three games that he probably got this rating.