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Minnesota Vikings Draft Recap and Grades [VT Roundtable – Episode 10]

The VT Roundtable returns for Episode 10 in order to finally cap off the 2017 NFL Draft with some lively discussion, thorough pick-by-pick analysis and final grades for each of the Minnesota Vikings’ 11 selections.

All present together for the first time since Episode 4, the six VT Roundtable panelists battle through some absolutely ridiculous (and hilarious) technical difficulties to bring an informative, passionate and endlessly entertaining product with the goal of ensuring that our fabulous subscribers are aware of anything and everything there is to know about each prospect selected during yet another outstanding performance by trade-happy general manager Rick Spielman.

Check out Episode 10 after the jump and subscribe to the Vikings Territory YouTube channel to ensure that you never miss a VT Roundtable discussion, the latest installment of Bump & Run or and other VT/TV videos!


  • RB Dalvin Cook analysis and rookie role
  • OC Pat Elflein analysis and rookie role
  • DT Jaleel Johnson analysis and rookie role
  • LB Ben Gedeon analysis and rookie role
  • WR/KR Rodney Adams analysis and rookie role
  • OG Danny Isidora analysis and rookie role
  • TE Bucky Hodges analysis and rookie role
  • 7th-Round ‘Lottery Pick’ analysis and 53-man roster potential
  • Did Rick Spielman do enough to address the Vikings’ offensive line woes?
  • Was “Trader Rick” a little too trade happy this year?
  • Final VT Grades for the Minnesota Vikings 2017 Draft

VT Roundtable – 2017 NFL Draft – Minnesota Vikings Pick Grades

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BJ Reidell

Captain Content and Superior Half of About the Labor: A Minnesota Vikings Podcast. Human Flamethrower on Twitter @RobertReidell.

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  1. I was going to grade all the draftee’s but then decided no one deserves a grade yet! I like to think they are all coming in as kindergarteners and then in a few years we’ll see whose still around to graduate and who is the salutatorian and valedictorian and so forth down the line‼️‼️