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The NFL Draft is an important component of roster-building of every NFL team - Vikings included. 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Rookie contracts average only about 20% of the average veteran contract, so it definitely pays, from a salary cap perspective, to be able to draft and develop players in rookie contracts.Given the $190 million salary cap per team, and a 53-man roster, that equates to just over $3.5 million average salary per player using the full salary cap allotment.But with top veterans landing contracts well over $10 million, and top QBs hitting $30 million and other top position players approaching $20 million, teams are increasingly dependent on having a significant number of rookie, and other inexpensive contracts to fill out their roster.The problem with many of the inexpensive veteran contracts is that you get what you pay for - and sometimes even less.Rookie contracts, by contrast, are not based on some market value based on supply, demand and performance, but instead on draft position- or if an undrafted free agent, typically at or near the rookie minimum salary.But sometimes players on rookie contracts outperform their salary cap, as we’ve seen from the likes of Stefon Diggs, Danielle Hunter, Adam Thielen and Harrison Smith, for example.Based on all that, most NFL GMs subscribe to the mantra of, “building through the draft.”Some more than others.Since he became Vikings GM in 2012, Rick Spielman has walked that talk.Of course it takes a lot more than just filling in the right name on the card when your team is on the clock to assemble a top roster in the NFL.Beyond making better than average drafting choices, a coaching staff has to develop those players, and the front office retain the good ones.And where holes remain, a GM and staff need to successfully navigate the free agent market and salary cap to put together the best roster possible.But let’s begin with drafting, developing, and extending the players.What Successfully Drafting, Developing and Extending Looks LikeCurrently, there are 38 players on the Vikings roster that the Vikings drafted or were UDFAs the Vikings signed originally.This doesn’t include Shamar Stephen, who the Vikings drafted originally, but re-acquired via free agency.The number of players on NFL rosters that were drafted by that same team varies a little from year-to-year, but averages around 27 or so - just over 50% of the 53-man roster. The Vikings, by contrast, acquired nearly 72% of their roster via the draft or UDFAs they signed originally.Those numbers suggest the Vikings under Rick Spielman are committed to building through the draft (and UDFA market), and have had greater success drafting, developing and extending those players.Currently the Vikings starting roster is made up of the following Vikings’ draft picks, by round:First Round:Anthony Barr (LB), Harrison Smith (S), Xavier Rhodes (CB) [url=http://www.thevikingsclub.com/alexander-mattison-jersey/]Youth Alexander Mattison Jersey[/url] , Trae Waynes (CB), Laquon Treadwell (WR)Second Round: MacKensie Alexander (CB), Eric Kendricks (LB), Dalvin Cook (RB), Brian O’Neill (OT), Kyle Rudolph (TE)Third Round:Danielle Hunter (DE), Pat Elflein (C)Fourth Round:Everson Griffen (DE), Jaleel Johnson (DT)*Fifth Round:Stefon Diggs (WR)Sixth Round: NoneSeventh Round:NoneUndrafted Free Agents:Anthony Harris (S), Adam Thielen (WR)*I included Jaleel Johnson as the starting DT, but that is only a guess based on the current roster.Overall, the Vikings have acquired 17 of 21 (presumed) starters via the draft or UDFA market.Ten of those sixteen starters were drafted in the first two rounds.I’m guessing the remaining starter on the offensive line will be a draft pick as well, which would make 18 of the Vikings 22 starters draft acquisitions.That is a very high percentage (82%) relative to other teams.By contrast, the Vikings have only 4 starters that are free agent acquisitions (UFAs) - Riley Reiff (a 1st round draft pick), Linval Joseph (2nd round), Kirk Cousins (4th round), and Josh Kline (UDFA).It seems unlikely that that number will grow this season either.Expanding on that to include the top 32 veteran contracts (typically the best players), the Vikings have among the lowest percentage of players signed as UFA (unrestricted free agent) contracts on their roster,according to overthecap.com as of last September:By extensions they are referring to players that have received contract extensions.For the Vikings, players like Harrison Smith, Xavier Rhodes, Everson Griffen, Danielle Hunter, Adam Thielen, among others.UFA contracts are free agent signings following expired contracts with other teams.Currently, the Vikings have the following players on their roster:Originally Drafted Players and UDFAs:MacKensie Alexander, Ade Arune, Jeff Badet, Anthony Barr, Chad Beebe, Mike Boone, Tashawn Bower, Kentrell Brothers,Aviante Collins, Tyler Conklin, Dalvin Cook, Stefon Diggs,Devonte Downs, Pat Elflein, Ben Gedeon, Everson Griffen, CJ Ham, Anthony Harris, Holton Hill, Jayln Holmes, Mike Hughes, Danielle Hunter, Danny Isidora, Craig James, Jaleel Johnson, Jayron Kearse, Eric Kendricks [url=http://www.thevikingsclub.com/alexander-mattison-jersey/]Super Bowl Alexander Mattison Jersey[/url] , Hercules Mata’afa, David Morgan, Brian O’Neill, Ifeadi Odenigbo, Xavier Rhodes, Kyle Rudolph, Harrison Smith, Adam Thielen, Roc Thomas, Laquon Treadwell, Trae Waynes, Stephen Weatherly, Eric Wilson. Free Agents:Ameer Abdullah, Dan Bailey, Adam Bisnowaty, Richard Cliett, Curtis Cothran, Kirk Cousins, Dakota Dozier, Cornelius Edison, Cole Hikutini, Rashod Hill, Brett Jones, Linval Joseph, Josh Kline, Sean Mannion, Jordan Martin, Greer Martini, Kevin McDermott, Storm Norton, Riley Reiff, Karter Schult, Kyle Sloter, Derron Smith, Shamar Stephen, Jordan Taylor, Duke Thomas, Matt Wile, Brandon Zylstra.As you can see, the original drafted players and UDFAs contain the most names, and the vast majority of starters.The free agent list, by contrast, have many more names that are questionable to make the final 53-man roster, as they are mostly recent signings or players that have not made the 53-man roster in the past.It’s Not Just Quantity, It’s Quality That Counts A big part of having a top roster in the league in terms of quality according to PFF, but also a lot of drafted, extended, and cheap talent according to overthecap.com, is being able to have success on Day 3 of the draft and in the UDFA market - and then be able to develop and retain those players.Adam Thielen, Stefon Diggs and Anthony Harris were not only “cheap talent” the Vikings acquired originally and extended, they were also the three highest graded players on the team last season [url=http://www.thevikingsclub.com/alexander-mattison-jersey/]Discount Alexander Mattison Jersey[/url] , according to PFF.But while the overall quantity of Vikings’ draft picks and UDFAs on their roster suggests at least some above-average success drafting and developing players, it’s really the quality of the roster that counts.The PFF rankings attest to the quality of the roster, while overthecap.com makes another observation on the Vikings roster:All that suggests a higher degree of success for the Vikings in drafting, developing, and extending players.Beyond that, there are other studies in recent years that suggest the Vikings have been one of the better teams in this regard since Rick Spielman became GM.I did a piece a couple years ago on the Vikings’ draft success, which is consistent with the evaluations by PFF and other assessments of roster quality, the analysis of the Vikings roster by overthecap.com, and the current makeup of the Vikings’ roster.So how did Rick Spielman and the Vikings do it?Part II of this series will look into how Spielman and company look for advantages in the draft process, and augment their draft, develop and extend strategy with free agency acquisitions. MINNEAPOLIS — The Minnesota Vikings turned their defensive line loose on Matthew Stafford in a dominant performance that would have made the old Purple People Eaters proud.This unstoppable pass rush was led, predictably, by Danielle Hunter.More Vikings coveragePhotos of the Week: 7/21/19 – 7/27/19Rookie Bradbury is central figure to Vikings’ overhauled offensive lineVikings depth at cornerback being tested, Hughes still not clearedPlayers to watch at Minnesota Vikings 2019 training campTop Tweets: Vikings WR Diggs makes push for All-NFL Style TeamHunter had 3 1/2 of Minnesota’s franchise-record 10 sacks plus a fourth-quarter fumble return for a touchdown, tormenting Stafford and the Detroit Lions all afternoon in a 24-9 victory by the Vikings on Sunday.“We knew he liked to throw the ball down the field, so that’s something that really helped us a lot because he held on to the ball,” said Hunter, who moved into the NFL lead with 11 1/2 sacks for the season. “So as long as we executed the rush plan, we knew we’d be able to get back there.”Hunter also was credited with nine tackles and four quarterback hits. The Vikings (5-3-1) limited the Lions (3-5) to a season-low 214 total yards, and their pressure on Stafford was so intense he literally had pieces of rubber pellets from the artificial turf flushed out of his left eye in the second quarter. The Lions had a streak of 25 consecutive games with at least 14 points come to a crashing halt.“The fault is on everybody,” said Stafford, who was sacked a total of 13 times over the first seven games. “I have to get the ball out faster.”After Dalvin Cook dropped a pitch from Kirk Cousins and A’Shawn Robinson recovered at the Detroit 28 with Minnesota leading 17-6, the Lions converted a fake punt to keep that drive alive. Two plays later, Stafford ran right on the short side of the field and tried an option-style flip that Kerryon Johnson was unable to secure, and Hunter scooped it up on his way to the easy score.“I don’t know why he pitched it. He could’ve just run,” Hunter said. “I thought it was a pass all the way, but I guess he didn’t want to get hit or something.”That happened a lot, including a total of three times in the second quarter on two separate possessions inside the Minnesota 20 that forced the Lions to settle for field goals by Matt Prater.After a throw by Cousins to Adam Thielen near midfield was intercepted by Darius Slay, the Lions made it as far as the 12-yard line. Hunter sacked Stafford on consecutive snaps, sharing the first one with Everson Griffen.“He’s a freak of nature. He looks like a superhero,” Griffen said of the fourth-year defensive end. “I expected that from him.”Nine of the 10 sacks by the Vikings came from their front four, including 2 1/2 by backup defensive tackle Tom Johnson. During the heyday of the Purple People Eaters, the Vikings had nine sacks in a game in 1968, 1969 and 1970. They also did it in 1993. But this was the record-setter, thanks to a well-timed mix of blitzes called by coach Mike Zimmer and the relentless rush by Hunter and his friends up front.“We know if we give them time, they’ll get there,” safety Harrison Smith said. “It’s fun to be a part of.”HE’S COOKIN’With one burst through a big hole in the left side of the line , Cook made clear he’s healthy again with a 70-yard gain in the second quarter to set up a short touchdown catch by Thielen. According to the NFL’s NextGen Stats tracker, he averaged 22.07 mph during that run for the fastest in the league this season. The Lions have allowed a rush of 50-plus yards in four different games this year.NOT THIELEN ITThielen’s streak of 100-yard receiving games ended at eight in a row, leaving him in a tie for the record with Lions legend Calvin Johnson. The Lions double-covered him often, taking advantage of the absence of fellow standout Stefon Diggs to rib injury, and Thielen finished with only four receptions for 22 yards.STACKS OF SACKSThe previous high sack total for Stafford in his career was seven, against the Vikings in 2015. He has been sacked five times or more on 15 different occasions, six of those by the Vikings. The Lions are 3-12 in those games.“It’s a big shot to our pride,” left guard Frank Ragnow said.UH-OHThe opening kickoff was ominous for the Lions when Prater slipped after his leg swing, an unintentional squib the Vikings returned to their 35. Practice squad promotion Chad Beebe caught back-to-back passes on the first drive of his NFL debut. The second one netted 13 yards on fourth-and-2 from the Detroit 37. Latavius Murray finished the march with a 1-yard touchdown run.INJURY REPORTLions: DE Ziggy Ansah (shoulder) returned from a six-game absence with had a sack in the closing seconds of the second quarter that forced the Vikings to settle for a field goal. … LT Taylor Decker left in the third quarter with an undisclosed injury but later returned.Vikings: LB Anthony Barr (hamstring) and LG Tom Compton (knee) were held out for the straight game, and SS Andrew Sendejo (groin) missed his fourth straight contest. … Backup TE David Morgan hobbled off in the third quarter with a left knee injury.UP NEXTLions: Play at Chicago next Sunday.Vikings: Play at Chicago on Nov. 18, after the bye.

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