There are plenty of disgruntled folks at Winter Park following the Vikings' 0-2 start, but there is one man who has the right to be the most ticked off.
He also should be demanding answers. General manager Rick Spielman sent second-, third-, fourth- and seventh-round picks to the New England Patriots in April so he could take Tennessee wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson with the 29th pick in the opening round.
So what have the Vikings gotten from Patterson in the first two games of the season?
Try 11 snaps -- an inexcusably low number.
The story points out that Spielman considers draft picks to be gold and this was a significant investment meant to help fill the void that was left when dynamic playmaker Percy Harvin was dealt to Seattle in March. Patterson had a 105-yard kick return last week, yet only 11 snaps on offense. HC Leslie Frazier said the team is going to rectify the problem. Likely a late-round sleeper pick, owners should still take a wait-and-see approach to how much he's used this week before putting him in lineups.