You know what's concerning? The Vikings gameplan wasn't that much different than our typical gameplan, especially the route combinations. They did a better job protecting and giving help to the young OL, but the pass plays were still long developing, and a lot of the routes ran right into the strengths of the coverage. The Vikings did a horrible job in coverage, also, just like the Jets a couple weeks before. The offense had several miscues early in that game, and left a good 10 points on the board in the first half. They got bailed out by a stupid Vikings penalty that kept one drive going.
It's easy to look at the result and say 'hey, that's the gameplan we need to use!' I thought that at first. But going back to rewatch that game, I saw a lot of stuff that I didn't like, schematically.