Vikings coach Leslie Frazier says his team’s 3-12 record doesn’t mean his job is on the line.
Instead, Frazier said he has been in regular communication with the Wilf family that owns the team and is sure that he’s in it for the long haul.
“It never has been an issue,” Frazier told reporters, via Judd Zulgad of 1500ESPN.com. “I’m being completely honest with you. My job security has never been an issue other than when I’m talking to you guys. That’s the truth. We’re going to get this thing turned eventually. We’ll get it done.”
Frazier says he has had nothing but support from his bosses.
“I have confidence in my bosses,” he said. “I’ve got great bosses and they’ve been very supportive. Write that. Very supportive. Even in the midst of, what are we now? A 3-12 season? They’ve been very supportive. Which I’m thankful for.”
And Frazier can be thankful that he’ll get to keep his job despite going 6-15 in 21 games as the Vikings’ coach.