The 2020 starting lineup for the Minnesota Vikings seems to be taking shape.
Much of the world shut down following the COVID-19 outbreak and that includes some sports activities that help to bring people together. Thankfully, the NFL hasn’t seen too many hiccups and is hoping to go forward with the 2020 NFL season and that includes the 16 games the Minnesota Vikings are scheduled.
Sadly, there were some starters who exited the team this offseason and those holes will need to be filled. Some of those roles will go to players who were already on the roster while others see new faces on the top of the depth chart.
The competition looks to be as stiff as ever, with the rest of the NFC North improving and some big names coming to the NFC as a whole.
Meanwhile, Minnesota did everything they could to get better going forward, including adding 15 first-year players during the 2020 NFL Draft and a number of undrafted free agents afterwards.
If the Minnesota Vikings want to return to the playoffs during the upcoming season, they will need to have a highly-competitive starting lineup to match up against the best teams the NFL has to offer. Here is who will likely be the starters for the purple and gold in Week 1.