If this is true, perhaps a bit more value needs to be placed on the Viking receivers and Kirk Cousins.
Obviously, Justin Jefferson is easily a WR1, even before a change to a pass-first offense.
The next obvious beneficiary might be Adam Thielen, although I’m not sold he hasn’t hit the age cliff. Approach with caution.
Third, K.J. Osborn is the one I like the most after JJ. He had 7 td’s on 82 targets (50 catches) last season.
Irv Smith is another beneficiary of passing first. With 5 td’s on 43 targets in only 13 games, he stands to at least enter the top 12 TE conversation.
Dalvin Cook also had an injury shortened season last year (13 games). But don’t ignore him in the passing game, especially in PPR leagues. He had 34 catches last year, and a career high 53 in 2019. He will feast in this offense as well.
Don’t underestimate Kirk Cousins, who had over 30 td’s in 3 of the last 4 seasons. He even threw for 4917 yards back in 2016, so big numbers aren’t impossible. He could be a draft day steal under these circumstances.