Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson has set his ambitions on an even bigger second season in the NFL.
After making the Pro Bowl last season as a kickoff returner, Patterson is hoping for more success this year.
"This year I'm going to try and pull something different out," Patterson said. "I don't know what it is, but I feel like I can get better and improve on my game. When this year comes, I hope I can show the fans and everybody something a little different."
He's specifically talking about route-running and recognizing defenses. Patterson showed flashes last year and from weeks 10-17 he was #10 WR. This season he makes a huge jump and is ranked 19th among our WRs coming into drafts with an ADP of the fifth round.