Good News :Minnesota Vikings confirm to welcome another star ahead of Raiders game

Minnesota Vikings star wide receiver Justin Jefferson is adjusting his goals after returning from a hamstring injury that sidelined him for a significant portion of the season. Jefferson, who had hoped to become the first player in NFL history to surpass 2,000 receiving yards in a single season, now faces the reality of readjusting his aspirations due to the injury.

This season began on a high note for Jefferson, amassing 571 receiving yards before the hamstring injury on October 8. Despite the setback, he remains eager to contribute to the team’s success and make an impact on the field once again. Designated for return from injured reserve on November 8, Jefferson has gradually regained his form in practices over the past few weeks.

Expressing his frustration, Jefferson acknowledged that readjusting his goals has been challenging, especially considering the impressive pace he had set before the injury. The setback has also been intensified by observing Miami Dolphins star receiver Tyreek Hill’s outstanding performance in his absence, as Hill is currently on pace to exceed 2,000 receiving yards.


Vikings star Justin Jefferson readjusts his goals after returning from  hamstring injury

While Jefferson is disappointed about missing the opportunity to achieve a historic milestone this season, he is now focused on helping the team win and making a playoff push. Setting individual goals aside for the moment, Jefferson emphasizes his primary objective of contributing to the team’s success in reaching the playoffs and ultimately competing in the Super Bowl.

As he returns to action, Jefferson aims to surpass 1,000 receiving yards this season, maintaining a streak he has accomplished every season of his career thus far. However, his main focus remains on supporting the team and contributing in any way possible to achieve their collective goals of making the playoffs and pursuing a Super Bowl title.

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