The Vikings selected with Clemson cornerback Mackensie Alexander the 54th overall pick and traded the 86th overall pick Friday on the second night of the NFL Draft.
What about non-divisional teams the Vikings are scheduled to face in 2016?
At Titans, Sept. 11
DE/OLB Kevin Dodd, Clemson, No. 33 overall
DT Austin Johnson, Penn State, No. 43 overall
RB Derrick Henry, Alabama, No. 45 overall
S Kevin Byard, Middle Tennessee State, No. 64 overall
The rundown: The Titans capitalized with some of the bounty they obtained by sending the No. 1 overall pick to the Rams. The extra second rounders were used to select Johnson on the line and the 2015 Heisman Trophy winner. Tennessee added an edge rusher to its 3-4 with its original pick in the second round and a player who matriculated near Nashville in the third round.
At Panthers, Sept. 25
CB James Bradberry, Samford, No. 62 overall
CB Daryl Worley, West Virginia, No. 77 overall
Traded 93rd overall pick to Browns
The rundown: After opting to remove the franchise tag on Josh Norman and allowing the cornerback to hit free agency, the Panthers went to work on finding replacements.
Vs. Giants, Oct. 3
WR Sterling Shepherd, Oklahoma, No. 40 overall
S Darian Thompson, Boise State, No. 71 overall
The rundown:The Giants drafted their second defensive back in as many days after picking Eli Apple 10th overall Thursday. Shepherd's quickness could help him in the slot. He and Thompson participated in the Reese's Senior Bowl.
Vs. Texans, Oct. 9
C Nick Martin, Notre Dame, No. 50 overall
WR Braxton Miller, Ohio State, No. 85 overall
The rundown: Martin is the younger brother of Dallas All-Pro tackle Zack Martin (16th overall pick in 2014). Miller made the transition from QB to WR in his senior season and is the second player at the position tabbed by the Texans in as many days (Will Fuller, 21st overall pick).
At Eagles, Oct. 23
No selection because of a trade
G Isaac Seumalo, Oregon State, No. 79 overall
The rundown:Philadelphia might still be flying high from drafting Carson Wentz with the second overall pick, but the old adage is that football starts up front.
At Redskins, Nov. 13
LB Su'a Cravens, Southern Cal, No. 53 overall
DB Kendall Fuller, Virginia Tech, No. 84 overall
The rundown:After adding Josh Doctson in the first round, Washington focused on helping a defense that ranked 28th in yards per game, 31st in rushing yards per play and 25th in passing yards per play.
Vs. Cardinals, Nov. 20
No choice because of a trade
DB Brandon Williams, Texas A&M, No. 92 overall
The rundown: With considerable offensive firepower returning, Arizona added to its talented secondary.
Vs. Cowboys, Dec. 1
LB Jaylon Smith, Notre Dame, No. 34 overall
DT Maliek Collins, Nebraska, No. 67 overall
The rundown:One of the most emotional moments of the night occurred when Smith was selected with the third pick of the night, bringing joy to a player recovering from a knee injury in the Fiesta Bowl.
At Jaguars, Dec. 11
LB Myles Jack, UCLA, No. 36 overall
DE Yannick Ngakoue, Maryland, No. 69 overall
The rundown:Another round of injury-related speculation ended when Jack, whom many considered to be one of the top players in the draft, was selected two picks after Smith. Jack could join 2016 first rounder Jalen Ramsey and 2015 first rounder Dante Fowler in adding young talent to the mix.
Vs. Colts, Dec. 18
S T.J. Green, Clemson, No. 57 overall
T Le'Raven Clark, Texas Tech, No. 82 overall
The rundown:Indianapolis continued to bolster its offensive line a day after tabbing center Ryan Kelly.