The Minnesota Vikings have one of the best offensives in the league the includes two of the best offensive players in the entire NFL. Justin Jefferson and Dalvin Cook were voted as Pro-Bowlers, while Adam Thielen and Kirk Cousins had great seasons, however, they do have some keyholes along the defensive side of the ball.
The Vikings’ defense has gotten them into a host of issues on the season that the offense cannot solve every game. This comes mainly with the secondary.
Outside of Patrick Peterson, the Vikings’ corners have not been great this season. The team recently cut Brashuad Breeland after he had an altercation with his coaches, and they are in desperate need of a second corner.
Andrew Booth Jr. could be that second corner that the team desperately needs. While the Vikings have not had major success drafting corners in the past this early, the team needs to take one to not waste the offensive talent.
The Vikings will be able to choose between Booth and Ahmad Gardner to help solve the corner position. Booth’s high-end athleticism could put him over the edge, but he is a bit more of a project than Gardner might be to start their careers.