5 biggest myths about the Vikings plans for the 2021 NFL Draft

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It’s time to debunk a few of the myths surrounding the Minnesota Vikings and their plans for the 2021 NFL Draft.

The 2021 NFL Draft is almost here and all the days, weeks, and months of speculating will soon be over. During that span of time, many myths about what the Minnesota Vikings will do, won’t do, or must do with their selections have emerged, and some have become almost gospel.

The Vikings‘ moves in free agency this offseason have certainly created some of these myths, as have various draft experts’ opinions and the overall consensus of mock drafts shared throughout the media. While some of these myths could come to fruition, there are plenty that will be proven to be false.

Minnesota definitely has needs to address and holes to fill heading into this year’s draft. Currently, they have 10 picks to help solve their problems. Luckily, the Vikings aren’t pigeonholed into doing one thing first or addressing certain positions early in the draft process.

Let’s take a look at some myths about what Minnesota might do during the 2021 NFL Draft and throw some cold water on them, dousing out their flames.