​With ​Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs acting as the best 1-2 punch the ​NFL has to offer, the ​Minnesota Vikings offense is one of the most consistently dangerous in the league. 


Their depth, especially at receiver, is what keeps the Minnesota offensive machine churning. Unfortunately, they suffered a minor blow recently when it was announced that rookie wide receiver Chad Beebe would miss several games with a hamstring injury and could end up on IR. 

​​By all accounts, Beebe, the son for former Buffalo Bills wide receiver Don Beebe, shouldn't be here. A 5-9, 168 pound receiver from Northern Illinois with just 930 career receiving yards in four years, he ran just a 4.68 40 yard dash at his pro day. 


He worked his tail off in minicamp and showed off his polished route running skills and sure hands. 

Beebe has four catches for 39 yards in his rookie season. He was one of the most impressive Vikings in the preseason.

​​Minnesota, in the midst of a funk, can't afford to lose too many contributors. Not only do they lose a feel-good success story, they lose a pair of sure hands that could make some plays for Kirk Cousins.