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made a bold choice" />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteDaily Norsemana Minnesota Vikings communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsLibraryVikingsOddsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Vikings 2018 SeasonVikings 2019 OffseasonU.S. Bank StadiumMinnesota Vikings PodcastsFiled under:Minnesota Vikings 2019 NFL DraftVikings announce uniform numbers for all their 2019 drafteesNew Danielle Hunter Jersey ,39commentsAnd Garrett Bradbury isn’t the only one that made a bold choiceCDTShareTweetShareShareVikings announce uniform numbers for all their 2019 drafteesMark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY SportsNot long after he was drafted, we let you know that new Minnesota Vikings’ center Garrett Bradbury had chosen to wear the #56 for Minnesota going forward. On Monday, the team released the numbers of the rest of their 2019 draft class, and Bradbury isn’t the only one that’s made a bit of a bold choice.The man that the Vikings selected after Bradbury, Alabama tight end Irv Smith Jr. Eric Kendricks Jersey , has decided that he’s going to wear the number of another Hall of Famer. . .Randy Moss.Yes, Smith has chosen #84 for his jersey number. He’s not the first person to select the number since Moss was traded away. Several players, most notably Cordarrelle Patterson, have tried to live up to that number’s reputation and haven’t been able to do so. Perhaps Smith will be able to do it, but he’s got a long. . .loooooooooooooong. . .way to go yet Trae Waynes Jersey , obviously.Along with #56 and #84, here are the numbers that will be worn by the rest of the Vikings’ draft class of 2019.Alexander Mattison - #25Dru Samia - #73Cameron Smith - #59Armon Watts - #96Marcus Epps - #39Oli Udoh - #74Kris Boyd - #38Dillon Mitchell - #17Olabisi Johnson - #81Austin Cutting - #58The Vikings’ Adam Thielen is unstoppable Stefon Diggs’ tweet about Adam Thielen sums up how we all feel about him. While most of the world was late to the Thielen party, we know how special is and what an asset he is to the WR corps in Minnesota. If Thielen continues to ball out the way he has been, according to Bring Me The News sports he will be on pace to an incredible 150 catches, 1 Mackensie Alexander Jersey ,885 yards and 10 touchdowns. What now, officially, sets him apart from his competitors is that Thielen now holds the record with five consecutive 100+ yards games to start the season since the AFL/NFL merger. According to Fox Sports North he is tied for first with 66 targets, first in receiving with 31 catches, first in first downs with 31 Laquon Treadwell Jersey , and ranks second with 589 receiving yards. Most people have been sleeping on Thielen because he hasn’t been a flashy top 10 ESPN play of the day kind of guy. But he is always where you need him to be and he does what you need him to do. Case in point, his first touchdown for the Minnesota Vikings against the Carolina Panthers.Thielen was able to go up the middle completely unblocked and score the touchdown off of a blocked punt that he created. It was a good play, but it didn’t get the attention it deserved because wasn’t a one hand grab like Odell Beckham, Jr’s touchdown against the Dallas Cowboys. But it was a play that got the job done. And despite what the highlight reels tell you these are the plays that matter.And Thielen continues to be that reliable work horse. You can always find him on the field and no matter who is in his face or how tight the space is, he is going to try his damnedest to make that catch. And as of late that isn’t hard. While Thielen continues his domination of the NFL Ben Gedeon Jersey , there is plenty to look forward to. If he can stay on pace he will surpass the 2012 record set by Detroit Lions’ Calvin Johnson, who currently holds the record for eight straight 100 yard plus games according to Fox Sports North.All the attention and accolades that Thielen is getting are well deserved and overdue. We all knew what a great player he is, we just didn’t think it would take everyone else so long to catch up.