Offseason Forecast: Vikings must find help for Ponder


NFL.com is providing offseason forecasts for each team and on Monday they took a look at the Minnesota Vikings.

The areas of need according to the forecast are wide receiver, linebacker and defensive tackle. While help is needed, quarterback Christian Ponder's growth "will decide where the team goes in 2013."

SB Nation wonders if how much offensive help the Vikings will provide Christian Ponder via the NFL Draft.

Mark Craig of the Star Tribune took a look at what the Vikings could do with their offensive free agents. He analyzes Phil Loadholt, Jerome Felton, Jerome Simpson, Devin Aromashodu, Geoff Schwartz and Joe Berger.

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