The Minnesota Vikings are behind head coach Leslie Frazier.
Despite three straight losses and a quarterback situation in flux the Vikings still have support for Frazier according to general manager Rick Spielman.
”Leslie Frazier is not going anywhere,” Spielman said Friday. ”I am telling you that we are very committed to Leslie Frazier and this coaching staff. And we’re committed to our players, and everybody is working extremely hard to get this thing turned around.”
On Sunday the Vikings will get Christian Ponder another chance at quarterback. Ponder was 0-3 for the Vikings to start the season and then sat out the teams only win as Matt Cassel made a start. Ponder sat out two more games as Cassel and Josh Freeman took turns trying to run the offense and last week returned to action in a dismal performance against Green Bay.
Spielman could also be out of a job at the seasons end so his comments are hardly an endorsement for Frazier.
The Vikings are 17-28 since Frazier took over mid-way though the 2010 season.