Minnesota Vikings: Redrafting the team’s 2020 NFL Draft class

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The Minnesota Vikings have gotten a lot of help out of their 2020 rookie class. If they could go back, knowing what they do now, would they have made the same choices?

The Minnesota Vikings are halfway through their 2020 schedule and are sitting at a disappointing record of 3-5. They have lost some games they could’ve won and in other games, they were far from being competitive. A big reason for the Vikings’ hot and cold season has been because so many rookies are contributing.

When rookies are seeing extended action and learning on the fly, they can have moments where they look great and others when their inexperience is evident. The Vikings have seen plenty of their rookies, as injuries have riddle their team and thrown these players on the field whether they are ready or not.

Through eight games the Vikings have an idea of which rookies they hit on and which others will need more grooming and developing. While they certainly are happy with the majority of their choices, if they knew going into the draft what they know now, they may have made some different choices.

We will redraft the 2020 Minnesota Vikings draft class based on production at the midpoint of the season. The only major rule we are going by is that the player drafted must have been available at the time the original pick was made.