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After letting Tavaris Jackson sign with Seattle, the Vikings acquired Donovan McNabb from the Redskins.
However, this still does not solve the depth situation at quarterback.
If McNabb were to go down with a serious injury, the duties under center would be left to rookie Christian Ponder and second year player Joe Webb.
Perhaps Jackson would have been good to keep around even as a back-up and move Ponder to third string for the time being.
Webb could have been transitioned back to his natural position of wide receiver, which also took a hit this offseason.
Wide receiver Sidney Rice joined Jackson in Seattle. Bernard Berrian is nowhere near a number one receiver, so the Minnesota air attack may leave something to be desired this year.
Look for the Vikings to ride Adrian Peterson as long as they can this year before the running back fumbles his way through another season.