• Frazier takes responsibility for final drive

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Sep 17, 2013
    Vikings coach Leslie Frazier said he needed to do a better job in the final two minutes of the game.
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      The Vikings traded up into the first round in April to get wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson and discussion immediately began about how he and Greg Jeninngs would be frequent targets for Christian Ponder in the passing game. It hasn’t turned out that …
    • Frazier accepts blame again but cites execution breakdown too

      The Vikings coach continued to accept blame for his defense's meltdown on the final drive against the Chicago Bears in a 31-30 loss on Sunday. But he also cited a lack of execution on the players part, too.
    • Leslie Frazier still blaming himself for loss

      EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- A day after the Minnesota Vikings' 31-30 loss to the Chicago Bears, head coach Leslie Frazier said he needed to do more on the Bears' final touchdown drive, suggesting he might have missed an opportunity to alter a defensive play …
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Jim Souhan: Frazier points the finger at himself for lost opportunity

      The Vikings coach took the blame for Chicago's final touchdown drive.
  • Access Vikings: What happened on final drive?

    Leslie Frazier continued to accept blame for his defense's meltdown on the final drive in Sunday's 31-30 loss to Chicago. But he also cited a lack of execution on the players part.

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