Report: No decision on Leslie Frazier’s future yet

According to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com,  the Vikings haven’t decided whether they’re going to fire Leslie Frazier yet.

While the speculation in Minnesota points to a coaching change, a source with knowledge of the situation tells PFT that no decision has been made regarding the future of third-year head coach Leslie Frazier.

The Vikings need to get Frazier a competent quarterback,  then judge him.  He’s more then capable to helping them become a Super Bowl contender if he has the right players.

 

  • http://www.timtebowfoundation.org Bill Billingsworth

    oh wait, stop me if you’ve heard this “Vikings need a quality QB” whut did you pay Josh Freeman for? What’s he up to now, $3 Million /.year to sit on the bench? f 7(k that. Try TEBOW, please. His run and shoot and ground and pound along with A.P. and Toby Gerhart killer offense.God dammit are you NFL head coaches that BLIND and STUPID. Here’s a QB college passing record holder, rushing holder, touchdowns holder but NOBODY wants him cuz he might say “Praise the LORD’ or something.
    Vikings you deserve to lose.

  • Ally

    The Vikings have three decent QB’s (not great but decent and can win games). What the Vikings really need is a good defense. Both Ponder and Cassel have gotten the team in position to win games with a minute to go but the defense falls apart and hands the other team the game. Our offense is something like 8th in scoring which should be plenty enough to win – if our defense was good. Keep the current QB lineup (maybe get rid of Freeman and draft a QB in the later rounds) and let them fight it out in training camp for the starting job and work on defense in the draft and FA. As for Frazier, I like him and wouldn’t mind if they kept him around, however, I also wouldn’t be sad if they got rid of him depending on who they hire to replace him.

  • Anonymous

    As Mohamed Ali would say “Down Goes Frazier” . I’d like to see Jon Gruden or Lovie Smith, both are proven coaches.

  • Anonymous

    Vikings need to move in another direction as far as coaching is concerned both offensive and defensive.