Minnesota Vikings 2011 Mock Draft 2: Drafting to Perfection

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Minnesota Vikings 2011 Mock Draft 2: Drafting to Perfection
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Leslie Frazier has some reloading to do.

Without a doubt, the most important position for the Vikings to address in 2011 is the quarterback spot. As it stands, former sixth-round pick Joe Webb is the starting quarterback.

I don't know about you, but that doesn't sound very assuring to me. The fact remains, the guy was drafted to play wide receiver. That is exactly where he should be.

Outside the quarterback position, the Vikings need to fix the offensive line. The line itself has been deteriorating for the last two seasons due to age concerns as well as injuries.

Adrian Peterson is not getting any younger and upgrades on the offensive line would do wonders. Remember the years he had with Matt Birk under center? Those were the day, weren't they?

The pieces are still there, but the biggest need is what is keeping this team from NFC North contention. How will they fix it? Well, only Leslie Frazier knows.

Keep in mind that this mock is what I think would be best for the team, but also a mixture of what head coach Leslie Frazier and Vice President of Player Personnel Rick Spielman may do.

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