Found December 14, 2011 on thepigskinreport.com:
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One potential head coach which could be considered to be on the hot seat was given assurance that he will return in 2012 as the Minnesota Vikings have told head coach Leslie Frazier that he’ll be back. The Pioneer Press reports this from a source with knowledge of the situation. Frazier assumed interim head coach duties last season after Brad Childress was finally released by the club and has compiled an overall 5-14 record during his tenure. 2011 has been a disappointing season for the Vikings, currently sitting with a 2-11 overall record. Minnesota is currently ranked 26th in passing offense, but they have started rookie QB Christian Ponder and outside of WR Percy Harvin, have struggled to find receiving threats. Conversely, Minnesota will need to improve on their pass coverage in the offseason, ranking 26th, giving up 248 yards through the air per game while only recording 6 interceptions. If there is anything to build on for next season for the Vikings, it’s the fac...
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