It was not the greatest year for some of the youngest players on the Minnesota Vikings’ roster this season, but there is still plenty to build on.
For the first time since 2008, none of the rookies on the Minnesota Vikings roster this year were able to say they scored a touchdown in the NFL. Of the eight players drafted by the Vikings in 2016, not a single one was able to find the end zone during their first season in the league.
That is definitely a concern, given the fact that their first round pick last year was used on a wide receiver in Laquon Treadwell. But his rookie season did not necessarily go according to plan and that was the case for most of Minnesota’s rookies in 2016.
However, there were still a few moments last year that still give the Vikings some hope for the future of their most recent draft class. No gigantic worries are needed when it comes to this group of players.
Well, at least for now.