Musgrave's offense struggling in first season

With the 28th ranked passing offense in the NFL, Bill Musgrave's first season as Vikings' offensive coordinator hasn't gone according to plan. However, Musgrave says this season has been "unorthodox" because of a lockout shortened off-season.
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With the 28th ranked passing offense in the NFL, Bill Musgrave's first season as Vikings' offensive coordinator hasn't gone according to plan. However, Musgrave says this season has been "unorthodox" because of a lockout shortened off-season.

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