The quarterback change was made, again, but it didn't solve the Minnesota Vikings' troubles at the position or the fans' questions about the approach and direction of the team.
Here's this week's Vikings' mailbag:
Question: Please help me understand, I have followed football since 1958 and been a Viking fan since they started up in Minnesota. I have Sunday NFL Ticket and watch a lot of football but I'm tired of the Coach Frazier saying "we had a good offensive game plan". I think last nights game doomed the Coach and the General Manager and I think the game plan is terrible. The Vikings have more talent then KC on offense and Alex Smith seems to do all right and that is because of the game plan. Do you agree with that?-- Alan Tiseth, Chatham, Il
Answer: Monday night's loss, while it didn't lead to immediate changes, is the type of game that will cause coaches, management and players to lose jobs by the end of this season if things don't change. Minnesota was embarrassed on nation...