I just saw this on NFL Network last night when they went through the Top 10 Best Draft Moments. One of them I had no memory of happening as I was still in College at the time. But the Vikings literally MISSED both their 1st round picks in 2002 AND 2003. And this was back when the clock was 15 mins and not 10 like now. I had no idea this ever happend or what the outcome was when it does. But it turns out when you don't get your pick in by the time the clock finishes, the team below you can immediately put in their pick and STEAL next guy on the board. Then if you STILL don't have the pick in, the next team can continue to do the same thing. Both times the Vikes were trying to make trades and they took too much time and had miss communication between the war room and the Draft floor itself. In 2002, the Chiefs were behind them, and literally stolen the player the Vikes had wanted to get. In 2003, it was worse because two teams behind the Vikings got picks in ahead after their time ran out. But that year, the Vikes got lucky and ended up with DT Kevin Williams who ended up being a Pro Bowl DT for years. Blind Luck!! Can you even imgaine if this happened in today's NFL? GMs would be losing jobs before the season even starts.