What will the quarterback depth chart look like for the Minnesota Vikings in 2020?
For the first few years of Mike Zimmer’s tenure as the head coach of the Minnesota Vikings, the quarterback position was one of the most unstable on the team’s entire roster.
It wasn’t like Zimmer and the Vikings weren’t attempting to figure out a solution though. If not for Teddy Bridgewater’s freak injury in 2016, he might still be Minnesota’s starting quarterback.
However, Bridgewater’s injury ultimately led the Vikings to the position they are currently in with Kirk Cousins heading into his third season as the team’s starting signal-caller.
Instead of re-signing Bridgewater, Case Keenum, or Sam Bradford, Minnesota made the decision to throw stacks of money at Cousins during free agency in 2018. After a shaky first year with the Vikings, he bounced back and helped the team get back to the playoffs last season.
With Cousins, the top of Minnesota’s quarterback depth chart appears to be set for this year. But what about the rest? Who will the Vikings select to be their No. 2 guy behind Cousins for the 2020 season?