A good draft for the Minnesota Vikings is absolutely critical for their success in the 2012 season.
It wasn't so much that the Vikings were as putrid as their 3-13 record indicated in 2011, it was that there were certain pieces of the puzzle, huge pieces, that were missing.
Percy Harvin was a one-man show on the Vikings' offense, and the same goes for the defense with Jared Allen.
I mean, how many teams can say they went 3-13 and still sent a player to the Pro Bowl? The talent is there, just a few more pieces need to be added.
The 2012 NFL Draft is about two-and-a-half months away, and the Vikings need to be doing some hardcore planning and outlining as to how they are going to assemble the perfect draft class. Minnesota is in a position where just a few elite players out of the draft could completely turn this team around in 2012.
So, without further adieu, here is the best-case scenario for the Minnesota Vikings in each round of the 2012 NFL Draft.