Week Two Minnesota Vikings Keys to Victory

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Gregory Shamus Getty Images North America via Zimbio

On Monday night, the Minnesota Vikings might have provided one of the week's bigger revelations with an all-around effort in a convincing home win over the New Orleans Saints.

Meanwhile, in his first game after a holdout, Bell was limited by the Browns - and the Steelers. 35 rushing yards is far from adequate for the Steelers, especially when they are facing the worst team in the National Football League last season.

Pittburgh's Le'Veon Bell is one of the most risky pass catching running backs in the NFL. Rhodes at 75 percent is probably a better option covering Brown than any other Vikings defensive back at 100 percent.

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, Heinz Field. Dalvin Cook set a club rookie record by running for 127 yards in his debut.

Before a 15-yard carry that iced the game, Bell was a non-factor for the Steelers in the opener.

The Pittsburgh Steelers are set to embark on their second game of the 2017 regular season schedule after coming out of Cleveland a week ago with a victory. Last week it was Antonio Brown and T.J. Watt. Though, it may be a little premature to expect him to turn it around so soon, especially against the Minnesota Vikings this weekend. People can think the move speaks to the current health of Bradford, but it seems most likely that the Vikings are just preparing for a very physical matchup against Pittsburgh on Sunday. In the preseason for the Broncos, he completed 31 of 43 passes for 413 yards with three touchdowns, no interceptions and an impressive passer rating of 125.4.

One to look out for is the Jacksonville Jaguars defense/special teams, which had 35 fantasy points in Week 1 against the Houston Texans. Last week, Drew Brees was effective working passes to his backs against the Vikings defense - Mark Ingram had 5 catches for 54 yards and rookie Alvin had another 4 catches for 20 yards.

Week 2 will provide a glimpse into whether more of the same can be expected this season when Pittsburgh hosts Minnesota on Sunday. Both played well against the Browns as the Steelers (1-0) racked up seven sacks and limited Cleveland to just 57 yards rushing. This would put a premium on the offensive line being able to get movement without having extra tight ends or fullbacks in the game.