2005: Worst Vikings draft year ever?

Can you say Troy Williamson? The SBNation website argues that the Minnesota Vikings' 2005 draft class was not only the worst in team history, but one of the worst the NFL has ever seen.
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Can you say Troy Williamson? The SBNation website argues that the Minnesota Vikings' 2005 draft class was not only the worst in team history, but one of the worst the NFL has ever seen.

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