The Vikings still have three games prior to opening the season in San Francisco, meaning there is ample time to make their case for a roster spot on the final 53 man roster.
Although you can likely pencil in a vast majority of players who will make up the final roster, training camp and preseason games mean so much to players who are on the bubble. That time under the microscope is the reason a player like Adam Thielen went from undrafted to strong contributor.
There are several decisions that the Vikings front office can make that will impact how the team will go about their business in 2015. Will they carry three quarterbacks? Can home grown cornerback Marcus Sherels find a way to stay on this team? Do we pass enough to justify six wide receivers?
These seemingly subtle decisions make a huge impact on the way team will look to win the NFC North.