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Will Darrisaw be the Vikings franchise LT?



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After his first season with the Minnesota Vikings, what are the chances of Christian Darrisaw developing into a franchise left tackle?

It was a very disappointing 2021 season for the Minnesota Vikings as they missed the playoffs for the second consecutive season.

Christian Darrisaw could be the starting left tackle for the Minnesota Vikings for years to come

In 2002, the Vikings drafted Bryant McKinnie seventh overall out of the University of Miami, and he became the team’s starting left tackle for nine consecutive years.

The Vikings drafted Darrisaw with their first-round pick in 2021, and although he missed the first four games of his rookie season due to a groin injury, he played well during the rest of the campaign, and he showed plenty of promise. Only time will tell, but there is one rather large question that remains after his first year in the NFL.

Can he be the Vikings’ starting left tackle for at least the next eight seasons? If Darrisaw keeps improving and stays healthy, he very well could be.

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