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This stems off the last slide in basically saying the Vikings' depth of receivers is lacking in a major fashion.
Percy Harvin is an excellent playmaker; he can take it in the passing game, running game and even special teams. Problem is, there is nobody else on the Vikings' roster that is even close to being as dynamic as Harvin.
Think of an offense that has Christian Ponder, Adrian Peterson, Percy Harvin and Justin Blackmon. That has the potential to be one of the most dynamic offenses in the NFL.
Minnesota has the third pick in the draft, and with it they must select a receiver, preferably Blackmon, if they want to see success come from Ponder.
I can just hear everyone now, telling me I'm wrong and that the Vikings need to select Matt Kalil. Well, it definitely wouldn't be a bad pick, but where does that leave the Vikings after drafting Kalil? Still with only one playmaker for Ponder to utilize.
Ultimately, there are more offensive linemen than just Matt Kalil in this draft. The Vikings have the opportunity to still nab a very good offensive lineman if they decide to draft Blackmon third overall.