Thursday, April 26, 2012

Spielman's First Draft Starts Well

There is much to come, but, so far, Minnesota Vikings GM Rick Spielman has made sound decisions in his first solo effort in charge of the Vikings' draft.  Drafting offensive tackle Matt Kalil is the type of no-brainer that Adrian Peterson and Percy Harvin were, but without any medical or off-field concerns.  Obtaining three late-round picks from Cleveland to move one spot down could play well if the Vikings bundle the picks to snare another second-round pick.

2 comments:

Unknown said...

WHAT DO YOU THINK OF NOW DRAFTING THE BIG BOISE STATE SAFETY FOR THE OTHER SIDE.

joseph burrell said...

well maybe the first draft started well, but how about the others?? I read on a pay per head website that in the other drafts it was not good at all