The Minnesota Vikings had some hard decisions to make in this year's free agency. As things currently stand, 2018 may be much more challenging for the organization.
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Pat Elflein could be the next in a line of successful centers drafted by the Minnesota Vikings, but he knows he has a long way to go to get there.
The Vikings’ Titanic-style descent in 2016 was largely blamed on a revolving door on the offensive line. With the infusion of outside talent, 2017 is assured to be very different, isn’t it?
With a more traditional salary-cap structure, the Minnesota Vikings will need to have offensive players emerge on an annual basis. Our picks at each level of the offense.
Center doesn’t appear to be a big position of immediate need for the Minnesota Vikings, but some of them have the versatility to play guard, too. We analyze the top six with their strengths, weaknesses, production, measurables and projections.
Outside draft analysts are going to discuss the Minnesota Vikings’ draft needs over the next two weeks. But these are the five guys that are going to help stack their draft board, depending on franchise confidence in them.
With a clear need at guard, the Minnesota Vikings are expected to make at least one pick here, but after Day 2 of the draft, the questions about each prospect become more prevalent.
The Minnesota Vikings couldn’t establish a running game in 2016. Mike Zimmer believes a new attitude is needed and he’s right.