Do the Minnesota Vikings need to take a look at any of the top 10 CB’s in the Draft?

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In 2013 the Minnesota Vikings cornerbacks were among the leagues worst. Rookie Xavier Rhodes started to make some headway at the end of the year and showed a lot of talent. With the signing of Captain Munnerlyn during free agency the team has there starters in place. The biggest question right now is if the back up corners are going to be replaced. Should the Vikings take a risk on another young corner? There are a some good options in the draft, but can the Vikings risk taking one of the top 10 CB’s when they have other big holes as well?

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  • James

    I think yes! 1 reason is you can never have enough cb in a pass happy league but #2 we got 2 starters that are gunna be legit cb Rhodes,Munnerlynn we are not sure Cox will be what he was in Jacksonville and after that I really don’t feel positive about our back ups. So if we grab a decent cb in the 3rd I’m fine with that.