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Rick Dennison enters his 2nd season as the Vikings offensive line coach and run game coordinator in 2020. In his 26th season as an NFL coach, Dennison has been part of 13 playoff appearances, 5 division titles, and 3 Super Bowl victories- XXXII, XXXIII and 50.
Dennison has been a part of winning programs throughout his career, posting a .500 or better record in 20 of his 25 NFL seasons and has 12 seasons of 10+ wins under his belt in the NFL. His 17 seasons in Denver resulted in 3 Super Bowl titles, 8 playoff appearances, 4 AFC West titles and 8 seasons of 10+ wins while only suffering 2 losing seasons.
In his 1st season with the Vikings, Dennison coached an offensive line that paved the way for 2,133 rushing yards (6th-most in NFL), the 12th-best mark in franchise history, while allowing the 5th-fewest sacks (28) in the league. The mark also tied for 8th-fewest sacks allowed in franchise history. Overall, the offensive line blocked for the Vikings' first 1,000-yard rusher since Adrian Peterson in 2015 as Dalvin Cook rushed for 1,135 yards.