News: Vikings cornerback Josh Robinson totaled five solo tackles and one interception Week 14 vs. Chicago. It was his second interception of the season.
Analysis: The rookie from Central Florida is a starting cornerback for Minnesota, but he just doesn't have the stats to be a reliable Fantasy IDP option. Despite the interception, Robinson has low-end Fantasy appeal.
News: The Vikings spent five of 10 draft picks on defense, including a first-round pick on Notre Dame safety Harrison Smith. In addition, the Vikings spent two picks on cornerbacks in Central Florida's Josh Robinson and Notre Dame's Robert Blanton along with two picks toward the front of the defense in N.C. State linebacker Audie Cole and Cal defensive end Trevor Guyton.
Analysis: Aside from Smith, Blanton has some nice sleeper value that could pay off as soon as 2012. Like Smith, he's a defensive back worth drafting with a late pick in dynasty/keeper leagues and rookie-only drafts, especially if he can crack the starting lineup as a safety with a strong training camp. Robinson, Cole and Guyton aren't worth drafting at this point.