2012 NFL Draft Grades: SB Nation Gives Final Grade Of A- To Vikings

The Minnesota Vikings have been getting rave reviews from all over the place after what has looked to be a great 2012 NFL Draft. They added a bunch of important pieces, had a great trading strategy that saw them gain a bunch of picks and still get the guy they wanted in the first place -- it was a good one by most accounts.

SB Nation's video recap of the NFC North agreed with the solid reviews that the Vikings have been getting, giving Minnesota an A- for their work. In addition to Matt Kalil obviously, the SB Nation gang were impressed by the good load of wide receivers that were picked up with WR being a huge need for them going in. Dan in particular also seems to like the color purple in general.

Their A- was tied for the highest score given in the NFC North with the Green Bay Packers.

For more news and information on the Minnesota Vikings, head over to The Daily Norseman. More analysis on the NFL can be found at SB Nation's NFL hub and more on this season's draft in general can be found at SB Nation's specialized 2012 NFL Draft section.

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