T.J. Hockenson joins Justin Jefferson in setting NFL records

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The Minnesota Vikings offense sets all possible records on Thanksgiving night against the New England Patriots.
First it was Justin Jefferson who broke Randy Moss' record of 4,163 yards in a player's first three seasons in the National Football League.
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Tight End TJ Hockenson tied with Jefferson for an NFL record Thursday night by catching the most passes by a close end in his first four games with a new NFL team. He currently has 25 catches in three and a half games with the Vikings.
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It's no secret that the Vikings prioritize Hockenson, believing that a high-end tight end will be worth more than a high-end wide receiver given their cost comparison.
Hockenson will continue to be a force with the Vikings.
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