A Look At The Vikings Draft Position

Posted by Mike Wobschall on January 14, 2013 – 11:31 am

After finishing the regular season with a 10-6 record and then losing in the Wild Card round of the playoffs, the Vikings have been slotted in 23rd position for the 1st round of the 2013 NFL Draft. The Vikings currently have 7 other choices in the remaining 6 rounds of the draft, though, and they don’t have the 23rd selection in each of the remaining rounds.

Here are the picks the Vikings currently possess for the 2013 NFL Draft:
1st round: #23
2nd round: #22
3rd round: #21
4th round: #5 (Detroit’s) and #23
5th round: #22
6th round: #21 – Traded away
7th round: #7 (Arizona’s) and #23

Let us (try to) explain.

With how the regular season and Wild Card rounds played out for the 2012 season and in conjunction with the NFL’s procedure for determining draft order, the losers of this season’s Wild Card games will select in the 21st through 24th positions in all rounds, according to the reverse order of their (regular season) standing. Essentially, this means that regardless of their regular season records, the four teams that lost in this year’s Wild Card round (Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Minnesota, Washington) will select in the 21st through 24th positions, with their default position being ranked according to regular season record.

[As an aside, it’s interesting to note that even if one of those four teams happened to have a worse record than another team who didn't make the playoffs, they would still be slotted after that team in the draft order. That scenario didn't unfold this year, but it is possible in theory.]

As stated above, while the Vikings hold the 23rd overall pick in this year’s draft, they will not actually have the 23rd selection in each round of this year’s draft.

According to the procedure the NFL uses to determine draft order: “In ties that involve three or more clubs, the club at the top of a tied segment in a given round will move to the bottom of the segment for the next round, while all other clubs in the segment move up one position. This rotation continues throughout the Draft.”

Our interpretation of that language yields the conclusion that the Vikings will then rotate with three o two other teams – the Bengals and Redskins. Indianapolis was the fourth team that lost on Wild Card weekend, but they finished with one more win that Cincinnati, Minnesota and Washington, so they’ll be slotted at 24th.

As such, the Vikings will have the 23rd selection in the 1st round, the 22nd selection in the 2nd round, the 21st selection in the 3rd round, the 23rd selection in the 4th round, the 22nd selection in the 5th round, the 21st selection in the 6th round (which was traded away) and the 23rd selection in the 7th round.

In addition to those choices, the Vikings also have the 5th pick of the 4th round (from Detroit) and the 7th pick of the 7th round (from Arizona).

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78 Responses to “A Look At The Vikings Draft Position”

  1. By VF209 on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply


  2. By VF209 on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    well i wish we woulda got the 21st in the 1st round

  3. By kevinwi on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Wondering what happened to the 6th round pick we got from Titans last year? If we only traded one 6th to AZ,, then we still should have one 6th (from Titans for our trade for our 7th round pick in 2012) left.
    Looks like we may have given both 6th round picks for A.J. Jefferson and their 7th.

  4. By Matthias on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    kevinwi, we traded both our 6th round picks for jefferson and the cardinals 7th round pick

  5. By Carl K on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Draft WR Cordarrelle Patterson with the 23 pick.

    Trade Harvin to the Patriots for their late 1st round pick and take ILB Kevin Minter.

    Trade up in the second round for a stud DT, safety or OLB.

    Oh… and bring in Mike Mularkey as an offensive assistant to jump start our 31st ranked pass offense!!!!

  6. By vikesince69 on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    After watching the playoffs this weekend I’m pleased with our clubs progress this year. I think we are young, talented and have stability within the organization. We do have some needs but they can all be addressed thru the draft or free agency. This team is not a real SB contender yet but may be by September. Time will tell but we are definitely moving in the right direction. I mean when you think of all the hype surrounding teams like Dallas, combined with all the money they spend and their showboat owner, it makes you appreciate the Vikes a little more at the end of the year. Nobody with the exception of a very few people gave this team any chance of success this season.

    The one thing that is really key for this team will be getting home field in the playoffs. Some teams are just as good on the road but this team is really special when they are in the dome. That is why the regular season is so critical, good example is the Falcons, they would have never beaten the Seahawks in Seattle (barely beat them in Atlanta). No way no How in Seattle! Got to have that home field advantage if you wearing purple and play our style of football!!!

  7. By SaltyDog on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    We need a CB pretty badly dont we?

  8. By Parkway on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    I’m ready for April. The Masters and the draft, great month

  9. By Viking33 on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    We need a P a s s Rush and faster LB’s before we go for more CB’s. Our DL needs to be able to apply more pressure and our LB’s need to be faster to be better in coverage. Front 7 Defense and WR’s is where our focus in the Draft should be and maybe a OL Gaurd too.

  10. By Viking33 on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    If we trade anyone to the Patriots we should have our heads examined. Give them Harvin………we need to keep Harvin, I just named my dog Percy Harvin.

  11. By OTKalil2012 on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Trade Harvin to the Rams for the 22nd pick in the first round…

    Then the Vikes would have the 22nd and 23rd picks in the first round of the draft…

    Or could do something similar…
    Trade for the Rams second and fourth round picks for Harvin…

  12. By Parkway on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    I’m ready for FA to start. I think we will get Levitre

  13. By Titus Flavius Caesar Vespasianus Augustus on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Who is Levitre and why should we take him?

  14. By Parkway on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    The best FA guard available this offseason. He’s still young at 26, we have obvious holes at both guard positions. With the best RB in the league and a young developing QB, I definitely see us making a run at him more than we would a player like Bowe in FA.

  15. By OTKalil2012 on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

  16. By vikesny on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Better O line coach, better QB coach, better Spec Teams coach, bigger CB, FS, and one DL pass rusher. Keep Harvin or trade for equivalent, nurse Childs back, and get one great route runner. Teach Loadholt discipline. Then let the fireworks start in 2013.

  17. By OTKalil2012 on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

  18. By Parkway on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    I’d love to see Ogletree available at our spot, not sure it will happen.

  19. By Immure on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Vikesny- Why would we need to get a better Special teams coach? Our Special teams was probably the most consistent squad of our team. And Priefer is probably one of the best ST coaches in the league.

  20. By Jeremy on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    The only FA WR we should pursue would be Driver or Jennings..they could step right in as a number two receiver..If we let Harvin go for any pick outside the first 15 initial, we would be giving him away. There is no WR in this draft that is as complete or dangerous. The only person as dangerous would be Cordarrelle Patterson from Tennessee. We need to take either him or Alec Ogletree with our first pick and then somehow trade up in the second and take the other one or DeAndre Hopkins from the spot we currently have in the second. Any thoughts on other good linebackers besides Minter?

  21. By Carl K on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Combine and draft time is my favorite time of the year.
    Here are 5 mid round guys that will rise up draft boards at the NFL combine.

    WR Quinton Patton- CB Johnthan Banks said he is the best WR he has played against.

    WR Kenny Stills- Should show off good quickness, hands and body control. 204 career receptions 2594 yards and 24 tds.

    DT Bennie Logan- Good length and frame at 6-3. Solid run stopper that flashed in the chick-a-filet bowl. Should showcase good quickness and strength.

    CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson- Big corner with solid speed… scouts will take a closer look at his game tape and see he is a solid tackler with a nose for the ball.

    OLB Jamie Collins- A former defensive back who has sucessfully made the move to linebacker. Jamie is a long armed,muscular defender with goo lower body movement that can also use his hands well. He will get noticed at the combine.

  22. By vikesny on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    look at returns against us. Walsh is a stud, Kluwe is not what he used to be. Too many times in key situations our punting and our return Defense hurt us. Pfeifer cant just enjoy Walshn’s fieldgoals and some good returns and be considered great.

  23. By Tomcat on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    To get Levitre would give us a mugger ol.

  24. By Parkway on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

  25. By Jeremy on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    I like Wreh-Wilson. I think he has everything it takes to be a shutdown corner in the league, especially for our division with huge number 1 wideouts. I think that we should be able to steal him with one of our 4th round picks but the combine will tell us alot more I hope. I would also like for Spielman to gamble on my dude “Honey Badger”. He is a STUD. Would make a perfect compliment to Harrison Smith at safety.

  26. By Immure on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Vikeny- We never really gave up to many big returns on Spec. Teams. The average yards per return were for kick off 24.1 yds and 8.3 yds for punts. And we never allowed a return to go for a td.

  27. By Titus Flavius Caesar Vespasianus Augustus on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Our really big need is WR. Plain and simple. Also a QB. Beyond that, it is all gravy. With better QB play and a couple world class WRs, we would definitely be ready to contend.

  28. By dane on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Those of you who are saying trade Harvin for a 1st round pick are smoking the stuff that Harvin does. You are not going to get a first round pick for him.

  29. By Parkway on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    With picking up Levitre in FA:

    1st: Patterson (WR)
    2nd: Greene (OLB)
    3rd: Spence (DT)
    4th: Wreh-Wilson (CB)
    4th: Melette (WR)

  30. By Viking33 on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Please do not draft a WR in the first round. That doesn’t seem to work out t well most of the time. Most WR’s are a 2-3 year project anyways, so don’t waste the pick. LB – DL 1st

  31. By Parkway on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Viking33: I understand where you are coming from. I think a guy like Patterson is a safe WR pick in the first round though. Think about what he brings to the table. He is an explosive returner, great size and speed.

    Assuming we keep Harvin and extend him, we’ll want to keep our expensive weapon to stay healthy, so we move Patterson to KR and PR. He can be effective there right away.

    What do we do on offense? Bubble screens. Patterson doesn’t have to know the entire playbook perfectly to run left or right, catch said bubble screen, then break defenders ankles like he has done throughout his college career.

    His route running etc will take time to develop in the NFL, but I think he is a perfect fit for us and worth a first round pick.

  32. By Jeremy on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    No WR in the draft is as good as Harvin.

  33. By Jeremy on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Parkway knows whats up…Packer Fan dane doesn’t however.. Patterson is definitely the most dangerous out of the receivers and is certainly worth a first round pick to whoever said WR dont pan out in the first round.

  34. By vikingfanforlife on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Go with Patterson in the first round, than trade up for big and nasty nose tackle if needed.

  35. By vikesny on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    I watched every game vut my memory and reality were different. I looked up play by plays. Kluwe did blow some major punts for us and there were a couple of 20 yard returns but that is not too bad. You are right, priefer’s squad overall was pretty good. On another note I observed that we gave up a lot points after interceptions.

  36. By OTKalil2012 on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Free agent G Levitre makes a lot of sense…

    WR’s should come out of the draft…
    Young players to grow with Ponder…
    Not veteran WR’s wanting to tell him how to QB…

  37. By Carl K on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    OTK- I agree!

  38. By Corey on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Tavon Austin for our 1st round pick!

  39. By PurplHaze on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    FA OG Levitre, 1st Rd. WR Patterson, and 4th Rd. CB Wreh-Wilson and we’ll go DEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP in the post season 2013/2014! YOU CAN TAKE THAT TO THE BANK!!!

  40. By mnsoldier on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Trade Harvin to san fran for alex smith. Ponder might be trade bait but not sure.

  41. By Parkway on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Agreed Haze.

    Imagine an OC with half a brain with Patterson, Harvin, and Peterson……

  42. By PurplHaze on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Parkway … The SKY would be the limit!!!

  43. By PurplHaze on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    If Musgrave had those weapons, and our offensive stats were still garbage, he’d be looking for another job!

  44. By Parkway on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Well he has 2 of the 3 and our offense was still garbage so he needs to be gone. Levitre and Patterson pretty much complete our offense, Mellette could end up being a great WR too. There would be no excuses all around.

  45. By Parkway on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply


  46. By chuck on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    The Vikes are nuts if they don’t draft a qb to compete with Ponder.
    They don’t have to use the 1st pick on one, but second and third round should have an option. Look at the play of Russel Wilson and Kapernik ,Dalton,and the kid from Miami.
    Then look at Ponder after 2 yrs, He is a glorified handoff machine for Peterson.
    The coaches don’t trust him to throw too much or too deep, because they know he doesn’t have the skill or confidence.
    Don’t just hand this kid the keys to the team…..He isn’t a franchise qb.
    He might be a manager at best one day. Also move Webb to WR, he has some talent , but not the answer either.
    Harvin doesn’t want to be there, so maybe you can trade him to a team that knows how to utilize his ability. Use the trade for some more picks.

  47. By 1vikingsfan on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Tavon austin!!!

  48. By Parkway on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Can’t disagree on Ponder. We have limited options though, we will have to all hope he is up to the “Alex Smith” level by next year.

  49. By Jeremy on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Go look at Cordarrelle Patterson from Tennessee and then tell me that Tavon Austin should be taken with a first round pick…maybe third…if even that early.

  50. By PurplHaze on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    You’re dead on, Jeremy. Patterson is SPECIAL!

    Chuck … Don’t think for a moment that Ponder isn’t aware he needs to have his best season this fall/winter. But he really does need someone to throw the ball to that he trusts. You say, “He had Rudolph and Wright”, which is true. But opposing teams keyed in on Rudolph late in the season and took him away. As for Wright, I don’t think he and Ponder had any significant practice time together until the last third of the season when Wright started getting his big plays. Ponder really trusts both these guys, which we need to build upon. Having a full season with those two, and maybe 1 or 2 more guys should help quite a bit next season. Add to that any improvement to the O-line, and I think you’ll be shocked by how good Ponder can be.

    Even given all these possibilities, remember one thing … The Vikings are a run first team!

  51. By Parkway on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    And if we can get Melette in the 4th… get childs back at some point…. Summers or Brown off our PS can contribute… any of those would just be a bonus.

  52. By Richie on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    Maybe we could trade for Alex Smith! And Sign Dwyane Bowe. And work up on our linebacker crew and defensive line!

  53. By Parkway on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    No to Smith and Bowe

  54. By coloradovikes on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    If the Packers dont have Jennings signed by the start of FA show him the big dough and then go after Bowe..

  55. By Parkway on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    No no no

  56. By coloradovikes on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    No to Jennings?

  57. By Erik the Red on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    If the Vikings could get Jennings for as small amount of cash as possible, then it would be worth it, but seeing as he has been injury prone recently, not sure on that

  58. By RichardA1 on Jan 14, 2013 | Reply

    We need a deep threat & defensive backfield help! I would like to see a dominating defense, and a deep threat that can catch. What about Harvin? a trade for fitszgerald would work!

  59. By Beligni on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    Draft the Honney Bagder in the 4th round , if he doesen’t make trouble off the field this guy can be the perfect fit for the vikings as winfield is in his last season

  60. By Jeremy on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    Thank you Beligni. Finally someone else says what I have been trying to say. The “Badger” would make for a perfect safety beside Harrison Smith. I thought our first fourth round pick would be good but maybe even third who knows…well hopefully Spielman does!!!

  61. By Beligni on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    yea , my dream draft for this year would be : a big DT in the first , then trade up in the 2nd and draft DeAndre Hopkins (safe hands , great routes) then take Mathieu

  62. By CJ on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    Does anyone say to get rid of Qb Webb. He is not even a good backup!

  63. By Sean on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    Hang on here…. didn’t we trade away a 7th round pick in last years draft for Tennessee’s 6th round pick….#8 overall.

  64. By sandiamond on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    yep, back end of the draft now somewhat ‘burned’

    Spielman can get a liitle trigger happy. #5 pick in the fourth round will have to make up for the loss

  65. By Parkway on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    Would have liked to see only one 6th rounder traded for Jefferson, but still wasn’t a bad trade.

  66. By sandiamond on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    talent level and tti falls off signficantly after the round 5-6 area. Sanford and Reed the only vikings 7th round proven history going back many years

  67. By Richie on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    Get a Wide Reciever with the first round pick. Trade for Alex smith. Look into free agent Levitre. And draft some defensive players in the draft Jesse Williams, 6-4/320 Defensive Tackle. Kevin Williams turns 33 in august. And 3rd round get a line backer

  68. By P,P,P,P on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    We need another P to complete the 4 P’s.



  69. By sandiamond on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    Patterson — in Purple

  70. By Vikings$22 on Jan 15, 2013 | Reply

    We really need to upgrade our defense with speed they were sluggish in key moments and draft a QB to compete with ponder most likely geno smith

  71. By Jake on Jan 16, 2013 | Reply

    Have we forgotten about audie cole? back to back pick sixes in the preseason and never got a whiff of playtime since? I think we need to trade williams and harvin and winfield (if anyone would take them) I agree alex smith will be looking for a job, lets let ponder develope as second string for another year. We need wide recievers!!!!! and a couple CBs.

  72. By Brian on Jan 16, 2013 | Reply

    First the Vikings need to get someone that has a clue about calling plays. The Vikes playbook this year was Peterson, Peterson, Peterson, Peterson, 2 yard pass. It was by far the worst play calling in the history of the NFL. They also need to dump Simpson and Carlson – they were a huge waist of money. Spielman blew those free agent signings big time! Trade Harvin. Not reliable at all. Need DL stud, WR stud, CB stud. Jury still out on Ponder.

  73. By jasonerwin on Jan 16, 2013 | Reply

    We need to replace joe webb with like matt flynn or somebody else keep mcleod bethel thompson have him compete with a draft qb. EJ Manuel that will be good for Ponder and compete against ponder I think mbt has the best arm and he can scramble if he has to he might be like brett favre he looks like it with his number 4 and the way he gunslings it. Get like maybe tyler wilson, tyler bray, johnny manziel, zac dysert. not ryan nassib no no no not syracruse no ending up like mcnabb. Landry jones, Mike glennon. get david carr, matt flynn, drew stanton, campbell, tebow either. now for running backs get an oklahoma rb like peterson. mike gilisee or whatever he is from gators, robbie rouse from fresno state my favorite college team. trust me he is small however he has speed he can block. catch run block you name it even a pass. get a tight end marcel jensen from fresno also please get some fresno players they are good like derek carr for next years draft.

  74. By jasonerwin on Jan 16, 2013 | Reply

    Alex Smith is Great!!! or Byron Leftwich

  75. By jasonerwin on Jan 16, 2013 | Reply

    Not sure about Matt Cassel

  76. By jasonerwin on Jan 16, 2013 | Reply

    ok this is a better list of free agent qb’s after this season.
    Brian Hoyer-ARI
    Luke McCown – ATL
    Joe Flacco – BAL
    Tarvaris Jackson – BUF
    Tyler Thigpen – BUF
    Derek Anderson – CAR
    Jason Campbell – CHI
    Josh McCown – CHI
    Bruce Gradkowski – CIN
    Drew Stanton – IND
    Brady Quinn – KC
    Pat Devlin – MIA – (Ex)
    Matt Moore – MIA
    Chase Daniel – NO
    David Carr – NYG
    Matt Leinart – OAK
    Charlie Batch – PIT
    Byron Leftwich – PIT
    Kellen Clemens – STL
    Rex Grossman – WAS
    Vince Young – FA
    Sage Rosenfels – FA
    Seneca Wallace – FA
    Donovan McNabb – FA
    A.J. Feeley – FA
    Troy Smith – FA
    Chris Redman – FA
    John Beck – FA
    Stephen McGee – FA
    Jordan Palmer – FA
    J.P. Loseman – FA

    William Powell – ARI – (Ex)
    Alfonso Smith – ARI – (Ex)
    Javarris James – ARI – (RFA)
    La’Rod Stephens-Howling – ARI
    Antone Smith – ATL – (RFA)
    Mike Cox – ATL
    Anthony Allen – BAL – (Ex)
    Damien Berry – BAL – (Ex)
    Bobby Rainey – BAL – (Ex)
    Tashard Choice – BUF
    Armando Allen – CHI – (Ex)
    Kahlil Bell – CHI
    Cedric Peerman – CIN – (RFA)
    Brian Leonard – CIN
    Bernard Scott – CIN
    Chris Ogbonnaya – CLE – (RFA)
    Eddie Williams – CLE – (RFA)
    Brandon Jackson – CLE
    Felix Jones – DAL
    Lance Ball – DEN – (RFA)
    Chris Gronkowski – DEN – (RFA)
    Joique Bell – DET – (RFA)
    Jerome Harrison – DET
    Stefan Logan – DET
    Kevin Smith – DET
    Ryan Grant – GB
    Cedric Benson – GB
    James Casey – HOU
    Justin Forsett – HOU
    Will Ta’ufo’ou – JAC – (Ex)
    Brock Bolen – JAC – (RFA)
    Rashad Jennings – JAC
    Jalen Parmele – JAC
    Peyton Hillis – KC
    Reggie Bush – MIA
    Danny Woodhead – NE
    Chris Ivory – NO – (RFA)
    Andre Brown – NYG – (Ex)
    Shonn Greene – NYJ
    Lex Hilliard – NYJ
    Jeremy Stewart – OAK – (Ex)
    Mike Goodson – OAK
    Owen Schmitt – OAK
    Jonathan Dwyer – PIT – (RFA)
    Isaac Redman – PIT – (RFA)
    Rashard Mendenhall – PIT
    Curtis Brinkley – SD – (RFA)
    Jackie Battle – SD
    Ronnie Brown – SD
    Brandon Jacobs – SF
    Steven Jackson – STL
    LeGarrette Blount – TB – (RFA)
    Darius Reynaud – TEN
    Javon Ringer – TEN
    Darrel Young – WAS – (RFA)
    Cadillac Williams – FA
    Johnny White – FA
    Steve Slaton – FA
    Thomas Jones – FA
    Joseph Addai – FA
    Ryan Torrain – FA
    Jerome Harrison – FA

    resign jerome felton and get Ryan D’Imperio he is from rutgers and he is decent

    Donald Jones – BUF – (RFA)
    David Nelson – BUF – (RFA)
    Ruvell Martin – BUF
    Louis Murphy – CAR
    Johnny Knox – CHI
    Andrew Hawkins – CIN – (Ex)
    Brandon Tate – CIN
    Jordan Norwood – CLE – (RFA)
    Josh Cribbs – CLE
    Mohamed Massaquoi – CLE
    Kevin Ogletree – DAL
    Brandon Stokley – DEN
    Kassim Osgood – DET
    Donald Driver – GB
    Greg Jennings – GB
    Donnie Avery – IND
    Austin Collie – IND
    Micheal Spurlock – JAC
    Dwayne Bowe – KC
    Marlon Moore – MIA – (RFA)
    Jabar Gaffney – MIA
    Brian Hartline – MIA
    Devin Aromashodu – MIN
    Jerome Simpson – MIN
    Deion Branch – NE
    Julian Edelman – NE
    Wes Welker – NE
    Donte’ Stallworth – NE
    Greg Camarillo – NO
    Devery Henderson – NO
    Courtney Roby – NO
    Victor Cruz – NYG – (RFA)
    Ramses Barden – NYG
    Domenik Hixon – NYG
    Jason Hill – NYJ
    Chaz Schilens – NYJ
    Duke Calhoun – OAK – (Ex)
    Derek Hagan – OAK
    Emmanuel Sanders – PIT – (RFA)
    Mike Wallace – PIT
    Plaxico Burress – PIT
    Seyi Ajirotutu – SD – (RFA)
    Danario Alexander – SD – (RFA)
    Richard Goodman – SD – (RFA)
    Braylon Edwards – SEA
    Ted Ginn – SF
    Randy Moss – SF
    Danny Amendola – STL
    Brandon Gibson – STL
    Steve Smith – STL
    Roscoe Parrish – TB
    Sammie Stroughter – TB
    Brandon Banks – WAS – (RFA)
    Terrell Owens – FA
    Chad Johnson – FA
    Mark Clayton – FA
    Adrian Arrington – FA
    Mike Williams – FA
    Lee Evans – FA
    Mike Sims-Walker – FA
    Legedu Naanee – FA

    Get Shiancoe again

    get some defensive players from seahawks.
    Draft some more notre dame players get manti TeO and have him play left outside linebacker

  77. By joe on Feb 26, 2013 | Reply

    I believe the vikings need to bring in a QB if that’s from the draft or free agency. I understand ponder is young, but he has made his fare share of mistakes and still lacks throwing the deep ball. Draft an Ej Manuel to make Ponder feel pressure to work harder to earn that starting spot. This is the NFL boys, competition is everywhere and you have to earn that spot. You cant just have it being handed to you with no effort putting into it. Good luck Ponder and Minnesota viking players

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