Alright so well all know it'll never happen, but evidently I was completely wrong about AP's ability to continue producing at a high level. His level of play this year so far as got me wondering about how he'd do with the current team. 1. Cousins being vastly superior to anyone else besides Favre that AD had at QB 2. Thielen and Diggs tearing it up in the passing game to take pressure off AD 3. AD as primary RB with Cook as rotational/3rd down back and Murray/a draft pick subbing in as needed for both. 4. Could probably get him for the vet minimum or close to it without breaking the bank. I would never have suggested this until seeing that Cook is clearly as delicate as fine china, making it hard to see him ever lasting a full season as the main guy. So I'd be okay with him splitting carries with someone like Peterson. Do all this and draft/bring in FA's for O-line improvements and that offense could look scary good. Plus, in the event of AP having a poor game, the rest of the offense wouldn't automatically be done for like it always was in years past with us. What would be NOT to like about this? AP has proven that he can continue to defy Father Time, and we'd be in perfect position to lighten the workload on him while giving him one more title run as a legendary Viking. Alas, all wishful thinking. But I'll wish for it despite how unlikely it is for the stars to align that way.