Projecting the Minnesota Vikings final 2018 roster: Post-draft edition

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Offensive Line (9)

This might be the hardest group to predict of them all. Much of the depth chart could hinge on what position Mike Remmers plays at during the season, but considering O’Neill will likely fill in whatever spot he doesn’t, I’ll just assume one is a tackle and one is a guard.

That said, Rashod Hill should be the backup if Remmers/O’Neill is ready to slide over to act as an emergency tackle. That allows the Minnesota Vikings to take several interior linemen on their roster past Pat Elflein and Nick Easton.

Isadora had a solid year filling in last year and Tom Compton has some starting experience where he looked good, particularly with Chicago. Colby Gossett was a bargain in the draft and will find time to develop at the bottom of the positional depth chart to earn his way up the ladder.