Vikings Come Away 1st-Day Winners

The 2013 NFL Draft was called the most wide-open draft ever. And that proved to be the case.

We have winners and we have losers from Round 1, "Schein Nine" style.

1) Vikings dominate another draft


I thought Sharrif Floyd was the best defensive tackle in the draft. I wouldn't have batted an eye if he had been picked third overall. He slipped to No. 23, and Vikings GM Rick Spielman pounced on someone I could have seen Minnesota trading up to pick. What a genuine steal. I also loved the...

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