Although the Minnesota Vikings had one of the most successful drafts in years, the team may have not used their draft picks efficiently. The team did address all the areas of need, but they might not have done it with the best talent possible. The Vikings and general manager Rick Spielman got it right when they traded down one slot to the fourth overall pick. They got three late-round picks and did not lose anything in the process.
For all of the fanfare that early-round picks get in the NFL draft, no team can be successful if it doesn't win in the late rounds. Getting a player on that third day who can impact the team either as a starter or key backup is a bi... Read Post
The mark of a good general manager and his scouting team is the ability to identify quality talent in the NFL draft and find starters in the midrounds. This is an area in which the Chicago Bears have not had much recent success. GM ... Read Post
The Vikings made some moves and addressed two areas of need in the first round, but didn't stop there in the 2012 NFL Draft. As the rest of the draft went on, the Vikings attacked just about every area of need on the team. Will it c... Read Post