The Minnesota Vikings have made some splashes this offseason so far.
All of their free agent signings were on the defensive side of the ball. They signed defensive tackle Dalvin Tomlinson, cornerback Patrick Peterson and safety Xavier Woods. They also signed linebacker Nick Vigil and cornerback Mackensie Alexander. Both will help too, but more than likely they will not make as much of an impact as the other three.
All will be starters and will have a big impact on this team in 2021 barring injuries, but the question is, who will have the biggest impact?
You can make a great case for Peterson. Even though he is no longer the player he once was, he will still help the Vikings a lot with his play and mentorship towards the cornerbacks, especially second year guys Cameron Dantzler and Jeff Gladney (if he is back with the team). The Vikings playing much more zone defense vs the Arizona Cardinals should help as well.