Very few players in NFL history have immediately dominated the way Jefferson has since entering the league in 2020. Last month, the former LSU star surpassed another legendary Vikings receiver — none other than Hall of Famer Randy Moss — for the most receiving yards in a player’s first three seasons, and he has only added to that total over the last couple weeks. Jefferson makes the improbable look routine, with six more receptions (24) than any other player this season on passes with less than a 50 percent completion probability. With defenses afraid to leave a corner on an island, the Vikings have faced the lowest rate of single-high coverages this season (45 percent). Even still, Jefferson leads the NFL in yards (869) against single-high coverages for the second straight season. Play man, get dusted. Try and press Jefferson to disrupt his route? Good luck.