Posted October 28, 2012 on min.scout.com
The Vikings will find out if their youth movement can stand the test of depth. Chris Cook is out for about two months, moving third-round draftee Josh Robison into a starting role and youngster A.J. Jefferson in a great role, too. An already-young secondary is getting even younger.
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