On the latest episode of KOLM's 'Two-Minute Drill,' Scotty Matthews and Frank Spaeth talked Minnesota Vikings draft strategy and the two were divided on what position they thought the Vikings should focus on with their first-round pick.

Matthews feels that the team's biggest need is on the offensive line, with some key players questionable as they come back from injury and the unit coming off a lackluster season in terms of protection in the passing game.

Spaeth believes that they should focus on the wide receiver position, after a season that saw them finish 31st out of 32 teams in passing and fail to have a receiver among the NFL's top 50 in receiving yards, with only one receiver even catching more than 50 passes.

Listen to each as they plead their case, and let us know what you think right here. Is the line the biggest issue the Vikings have on offense this off-season? Or is an improved receiving group what quarterback Teddy Bridgewater needs to take the next step in his NFL progression?