The Minnesota Vikings are coming off what was undoubtedly a disappointing season. They finished the season with six wins and 10 losses, while finishing last in the NFC North for the first time since playing in that division.
The Vikings struggled the most offensively, especially through the air, where they finished 26th in passing yards per game. This can be contributed to an assortment of things, such as poor play and injuries to the quarterback position, along with poor offensive line play and injuries at the wide receiver position.
If Minnesota wants to return to the playoffs, or even just improve their record, some moves on both sides of the ball will need to be made after the pending lockout is lifted.