We're 24-hours away from the kickoff of the 2016-17 season, and the Vikings suit up to play the Tennessee Titans on Sunday as they one again chase the dream of hoisting the Lombardi Trophy after winning the Super Bowl.

This past Saturday, Vikings general manager Rick Spielman, coach Mike Zimmer, and other Vikings brass had to make a few of the toughest decisions of this young season and piece together the team's final 53-man roster for opening day.

It's always a struggle to decide how many quarterbacks to carry, which veterans to cut, and to put together the squad that will, hopefully, lead this team to its first Super Bowl win in franchise history.

Can it finally happen this year with Sam Bradford leading the pack? Or will the defense carry the team on its back to win a championship?

The 'Two-Minute' Drill guys discuss the initial 2016 Vikings 53-man roster, talking about highs, lows and surprises. And, of course, speculating on how it might change as the season progresses...