It looks like the Vikings are going to have to make a major shift on offense soon, as ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Wednesday that offensive coordinator Norv Turner had resigned.
Turner — the former head coach of the Redskins, Raiders, and Chargers — was in the middle of his third season as the offensive coordinator in Minnesota. The Vikings had used the power of their defense to start off the season 5-0, but eventually the poor offense helped give away back-to-back losses to Philadelphia and Chicago.
The Vikings are at the very bottom of the NFL in nearly every offensive category.
Pat Shurmur will serve as the interim offensive coordinator.