The Minnesota Vikings duo of Randy Moss and Cris Carter will go down as one of the league’s best wide receiver tandems in NFL history.

But what if that era was just the foundation for an even stronger duo?

A six-time Pro Bowle wide receiver who grew up a Vikings fan admitted if he had it his way, he’d play for the purple and gold — an admission that has left Minnesota fans salivating about the prospects of Justin Jefferson and him forming another incredible duo.

Tyreek Hill Says He’d Like to Join Vikings If He Had it His Way

In a recent Tik Tok appearance, Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill was answering fan questions and said if he could choose any team he wanted to play for it would be the Vikings.

If I had it my way, if I had to choose any team I wanted to play, for growing up I was a Vikings fan I love the Vikes, man,” Hill said.

TRENDING: WR Tyreek Hill says if he had to choose any team he wanted to play for, it would be the Minnesota #Vikings👇

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— Vikes (@vikesinsider) November 19, 2022

The idea of Hill joining Jefferson in Minnesota is enticing considering Hill has made six consecutive Pro Bowls since he was selected in the fifth round of the 2015 draft by the Kansas City Chiefs.

Hill helped the Chiefs win a Super Bowl LIV in 2019, cementing his status as one of the league’s premier deep threats. However, Hill eventually felt underutilized in the offense and forced his way out via trade to the Dolphins.

“There [were] a lot of times during the [2021 season] that we felt that Tyreek was underutilized and wasn’t fully appreciated. And that [the Chiefs] weren’t really taking full advantage of all of his ability and talent,” his agent Drew Rosenhaus said on Hill’s podcast. “It was frustrating that he wasn’t given a chance to do more to help the team in their efforts to win games, and Tyreek’s a very unselfish player and is the consummate team player, but there were a lot of things during this season that just felt like there wasn’t the same commitment to him.”

Hill has run amok in his first year away from the Chiefs. He leads the league with 81 receptions for 1,148 yards, while Jefferson …read more



6-Time Pro Bowl WR Hints Interest in Joining Vikings

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