After a disapointing season in 2013, the Minnesota Vikings look to bounce back with a new look to the team. A new coach and staff should shed some light on an organization some deem to be "cursed". With the frenzy of free agent signings done and the dust starting to settle, it is becoming much more clear on where each team will be focusing on in the Draft.  

The Vikings did indeed address those issues by signing  defensive tackle Linval Joseph and feisty cornerback, Captain Munnerlyn. The Vikings also spent heavily to bring back some of their own free agents as well. Now that the dust has settled, let's take a look at the Draft and see where the Vikings can fill the rest of the team's needs.  

There are some glaring holes to fill for the Minnesota Vikings, but this year's draft is deep in their positions of need. Specifically in the cornerback position -- 14 of the top 100 players rated in this draft play the corner position.