Many will argue that the Minnesota Vikings will once again bottom-out the NFC North.
They will probably tell you that the inexperience at QB in combination with the inconsistency at OL will keep the Vikings' air attack stagnant.
They may even argue that their virtually non-existent secondary will leave them in the dust behind the Packers, Bears and Lions.
I am here to tell you that, right now, all of those things could be true—but could be easy fixed for this team that was favored to win the Super Bowl only two years ago.
Free agency could have a major impact on the Vikings roster moving into 2011. They didn't have that luxury going into the draft, and now that they have some options, could fill some vital needs on both sides of the ball.
If the Vikings are able to fill some key holes, they could unlock the chains keeping them from the playoffs.