The Minnesota Vikings are looking at a major overhaul to some key positions in the upcoming 2012 offseason.
What new General Manager Rick Spielman needs to decide is what positions are most in need of a makeover.
There’s no doubt that he’ll tackle the secondary, if he’s smart, and also revamp the offensive line—a line that can’t seem to keep their quarterback on his feet... ever.
Outside of these key areas, what other positions need looking in to? How about Running back? Quarterback?
Before anyone gets their panties in a bunch, we don’t need to upgrade either of those positions. So breathe. Relax.
There are some people seem to think that Ponder isn’t the answer, but I, for one, am not of that ilk.
It would be nice to have a veteran presence behind Ponder—would also be beneficial to add some depth at the RB position, but other than that, the Vikings are good in these key areas.
Alright, now let’s look at where the purple really need to cut bait and add some actual talent—not good enough to just be on an NFL roster type talent—talent that can actually make a difference in a game.