Justin Jefferson Sends Mixed Signals: Says He’s Sick Of Trade Rumors While Posting Cryptic Messages

Despite an extremely rocky start to the season that has left the Minnesota Vikings winless after three games, wide receiver Justin Jefferson remains confident the team can turn it around.

Speaking to reporters, Jefferson acknowledged how big of a hole the Vikings have put themselves in but also made it clear that there is plenty of season left.

“At the end of the day, it’s not going to be perfect every time,” Jefferson said.

“There’s things that you’ve got to go through throughout the season to really tell if you’re going to be a great team or not … We’re handling adversity early in the season with the turnovers and being 0-3, but there is a whole bunch of more games to go.”

Jefferson currently leads the NFL with an impressive 458 receiving yards, setting a league record for the first three weeks of a season.

He also expressed his frustration with the mounting speculation about the team’s future, including discussions about whether some players should be traded to accumulate draft picks.

“I’m tired of people saying that we’re looking into next season or all of the trades and stuff like that. We’re focused still on this season,” he emphasized.

“We have a lot more games to go and we have a lot more things to accomplish this season. We’re still focused in, and we still have the same goal as we had before the season. We just need to fix a few things, and I feel like we’ll be back on track.”

Minnesota’s season has been marred by turnovers, with the team committing an NFL-high nine turnovers in the first three games, all of which they lost by a single score.

However, Jefferson pointed out that their point differential of minus-13 is better than that of 11 other NFL teams, some of which have winning records.

Despite speaking highly of the team and stating his belief that they can turn the season around, Jefferson recently sent out a cryptic message on social media – leading some to wonder if it was a sign he wanted out of Minnesota…

What do you make of the current mess in Minnesota?

Can they turn their season around?

Do you think Jefferson will ultimately want out?