EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Coach Leslie Frazier was in the middle of answering questions about the improved versatility and depth the Minnesota Vikings hope for this season when he was asked a question about what it was like to go up against the elite passing attacks in the NFC North last season.
Minnesota's secondary was decimated by injuries and overall poor play in ranking 28th in the league against the pass. Meanwhile, division opponents such as the Green Bay Packers (third in passing last year), and the Detroit Lions (fourth) provided plenty of headaches for Frazier and the Vikings.
Those are memories Frazier has tried to suppress as he focuses on what he thinks will be an improved secondary this season.
"Don't make me go back," Frazier said when asked about last season's secondary woes. "Those are bad memories, man. When you know going into the game that you are limited and you know the people look at the tape and know you are limited.
"We played a team and I won't mention the t...