The Minnesota Vikings used the right arm of Case Keenum to make it all the way to the NFC title game last season, though their dream season ended right there. Still, they have a solid team coming back, and have even added Kirk Cousins to the fold this offseason. In addition, Minnesota gets back star running back Dalvin Cook for 2018, after the rookie blew his knee out towards the middle of last season.
The defense for the Vikings is what is going to carry them next season, as it is one of the best units in all of football. If the team wants to get better on offense, they have to add some bulk to the offensive line. One player they could get towards the end of the first round is Kolton Miller, who will likely be on the right side at the next level.
Miller is a big body, and his job the last few seasons was protecting Josh Rosen’s blindside. Rosen is likely to go early in round one, but it would not be surprising if Miller joined his buddy in the first round. The Vikings have the talent to win the NFC next season, and if they can add bodies along the offensive line via the draft, it will fill in one of the few holes on their roster.