Over the past few years, the Minnesota Vikings have done an incredible job of using both the draft and free agency to build a talented team. The signings of Jared Allen, Steve Hutchinson, and Brett Favre were incredible moves. Draft picks like Adrian Peterson, Sidney Rice, Percy Harvin, and Phil Loadholt also turned out to be great decisions. This year, though, is a make-or-break year when it comes to the Vikings' offseason. Should Brett Favre finally retire for good, the Vikings would be left once again without a franchise quarterback. However, should Favre stay for one more season, the Vikings still don't have a viable option at quarterback in 2011. With a draft pick likely in the 25-32 range, quarterbacks Jimmy Clausen and Sam Bradford will likely be out of reach in 2010. However, one p ...
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