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Vote Now: The Vikings Offensive Play of the Year

*Voting is now open for fans to determine what the 2016 Vikings' Play of the Year was on offense. Watch the above video which outlines the five options and then scroll down the page to cast your vote. Click here to view results from the Defensive and Special Teams POTY voting.

Adam Thielen's 71-Yard Touchdown at Green Bay

Thielen's emergence on offense was one of the better storlines on the team in 2016, and he capped his breakout year in a big way during the week 16 game at Green Bay, catching 12 passes for 202 yards and a pair of scores, including the 71-yarder early in the contest.

Cordarrelle Patterson's 9-Yard Touchdown vs. Houston

In one of the more fun and entertaining games in 2016, the Vikings moved to 5-0 by taking it to the Texans at U.S. Bank Stadium, which Patterson helped cap off with leaping touchdown grab near the back corner of the end zone.

Thielen's One-Handed Catch at Carolina

The Vikings were able to pull off a huge road win against the Panthers early in the season thanks in large part to this fantastic third down catch by Thielen late in the game which setup a Blair Walsh field goal to give the team a 12-point lead at the time. The win ended a 14-game home winning streak by the Panthers.

Sam Bradford's First Touchdown Pass As A Viking

Bradford made his Vikings' debut on as big of a stage as it gets: on NBC's "Sunday Night Football" during the first regular season game at U.S. Bank Stadium against the Packers. And Bradford proved early he was up to the task, hitting Kyle Rudolph for an 8-yard score during the second quarter of the eventual win.

*Diggs' 25-Yard Touchdown Catch vs. Packers *

After a high successful rookie season, Stefon Diggs showed early in 2016 that his first NFL season was no fluke. He had a pair of huge catches during the 17-14 win over the Packers, including this 25-yard score. Despite being hampered late in the season with a hip injury, Diggs' 84 catches led the Vikings.

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