The second day of the 2011 National Football League draft is underway. Unfortunately, as it stands now, the Minnesota Vikings only have one pick between Rounds Two and Three, but that could change if they decide to trade down a bit. . .if they can find any takers.
The Vikings addressed what was, realistically, their biggest need on the draft's first day as they selected Florida State quarterback Christian Ponder with the 12th overall selection. The pick has been widely panned by critics, which makes me, personally, laugh a little bit. After all, there were critics that thought that the Vikings should have passed on Adrian Peterson back in 2007 to select Brady Quinn. . .it's really hard to find those people right now.
So, keep it right here in order to find out exactly what the Vikings are doing on Day Two of the 2011 NFL Draft. . .we'll have updates as soon as anything happens.