Finding a Head Coach
George Zimmerman, Defensive Coordinator- Cincinnati Bengals
Zimmerman is a popular name that's been tossed around the DN community quite a bit lately. A Vikings fan favorite, the defensive experienced Zimmerman seems quite ready to take a head coaching spot in the NFL. His defensive success in court has been another positive to his resume. His promising career started prior to his work with the Bengals as an outstanding defensive coordinator for the Twin Lakes Neighborhood watch team.
Chris Kluwe-Offensive Coordinator
Chris Kluwe is always right. You can’t find a better man to call the shots and groom our next franchise QB when hes always in the right. Kluwe has maintained stability as a level 86 Wizard in League of Legends, while at the same time has succeeded in leading his avatar to be a high scoring Xbox Live user.
John Marty-Defensive Coordinator
Marty’s decision making and defensive play calling has been so-so as of late. His experience and his ability to defend against the public funding game has been shaky in recent years, but its time to give Marty a chance to suck it and call the shots after he lost his chance in the 1994 season.
1. Brad Childress, Offensive Weapon
Vikings fans may be disappointed this pick isn’t the Quarterback. However, they will not be disappointed in Childress’s productivity and versatility as a running back, receiver, and kick returner. Childress is a comparable prospect to Tavon Austin, myself, or De’Anthony Thomas. An offensive weapon isn’t needed but a talent like Childress is hard to pass up. Imagine OW in Childress, Peterson at RB, and me at WR. Scary.
2. Erin Henderson, Quarterback
The Vikings will regret releasing Henderson in the offseason and in round 2, it’ll be hard to pass up a Quarterback who can keep drives alive and drive his team down the field under the influence.