The Top 10 Wide Receivers the Vikings Should Select on Draft Day

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The Top 10 Wide Receivers the Vikings Should Select on Draft Day
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Let's face facts. The Minnesota Vikings need to improve their passing attack in 2013 if they hope to make a deeper run into the playoffs.

Hampered by Percy Harvin's injury and a sub-par receiving core, the Vikings ranked 31st overall through the air (via NFL.com).

That's worse than the Arizona Cardinals and New York Jets passing games—which were widely recognized as two of the worst aerial attacks to come along in a while.

But there is light at the end of the tunnel. The Vikings went out and signed big-time free agent wideout Greg Jennings to a five-year, $47 million dollar contract.

With the addition of Jennings and the development of tight-end Kyle Rudolph, the Vikings have been focused on improving their dismal aerial attack in 2013.

So what's the last piece to the puzzle? It's utilizing one of their draft picks in April and selecting a talented, young wide receiving prospect that can help set the offense ablaze.

Start the slideshow and check out the rankings for each receiver the Vikings should take in the upcoming draft.

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