5 offseason decisions the Vikings should already be thinking about

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The end of the 2018 season is quickly approaching for the Minnesota Vikings and soon they will have a number of important decisions to make for next year.

Yes, there are still four games remaining in the 2018 regular season for the Minnesota Vikings. But before we know it, the Vikings will be making some key decisions that will impact them in 2019.

Whether or not that process begins before or after Super Bowl LIII for Minnesota remains to be seen.

Anything can happen over the next four weeks. But with the Vikings currently sitting with a 6-5-1 record, their chances of raising a Vince Lombardi trophy this season don’t seem very high right now.

Some of the reasoning behind why Minnesota only has six wins in their first 12 games this year will certainly play a part in what they choose to do during the upcoming offseason. Depending on how the Vikings finish 2018, they could even decide to part ways with an assistant coach or two this offseason if they feel it’s necessary.

A tough decision like that is one of the many Minnesota will have make once their current season eventually comes to an end. The Vikings should actually already be thinking about a few of the choices they will have to make in 2019.

What are five of the more important offseason decisions Minnesota should be already thinking about as their year inches closer to the end?