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PFT on NBC Sports Network welcomes Leslie Frazier

Leslie Frazier AP

The Vikings have a tough task ahead of them this week as they try to beat the Texans to remain in the thick of the NFC playoff race, but that’s far from the only thing going on with the team at this point.

There’s also the matter of running back Adrian Peterson’s bid to set the NFL’s single-season rushing record less a year after he blew out his knee in the final weeks of the 2011 season. Erik Kuselias will speak to Vikings coach Leslie Frazier about both these topics when Frazier drops in as a guest on Thursday’s edition of Pro Football Talk on NBC Sports Network.

Mike Florio, Pete Najarian, Bob Glauber and Shaun King will also be part of the program as we continue to set the stage for Week 16. They’ll touch on the biggest news from around the league in the last 24 hours, take a look at some of this weekend’s biggest games and update injury situations from around the league.

It all gets underway at 5 p.m. ET on NBC Sports Network.

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6 Responses to “PFT on NBC Sports Network welcomes Leslie Frazier”
  1. canadianvikingfaniii says: Dec 20, 2012 5:30 PM

    Ask him about the team’s terrible clock management. Especially in the 2minute drill.

  2. sterling7 says: Dec 20, 2012 5:45 PM

    Ask coach Frazier if they ever plan on a “FORWARD” pass i.e. downfield?

  3. toddc612 says: Dec 20, 2012 6:13 PM

    Leslie, now you talk about play-offs? You ruined your post-season chances by sticking with an abysmal Ponder during the Green Bay game – a game with huge play-off consequences. Instead, you ran the Vikings into a brick wall with Ponder throwing two crucial red-zone interceptions. You should have adjusted, like any sane coach.

    I’ve given this guy plenty of chances, but now I’m done. He’s just awful.

  4. samanthasteeleruinedmyqb says: Dec 20, 2012 7:12 PM

    Leslie Frazier is a good coach and may turn out to be a great coach as he grows into the job. No one agrees with every move a coach makes. The bottom line is that his team was 3-13 last year and is 8-6 this year, and that’s with no passing game whatsoever. The lack of a passing game isn’t his fault. They have no wide receivers and the quarterback has a long way to go.

  5. dobberdubinsky says: Dec 20, 2012 8:21 PM

    Don’t know if Frazier will ever develop into a great coach but one thing’s for certain, he’s waaaaaay better than Chillie.

  6. chief67 says: Dec 20, 2012 9:18 PM

    Any relation to Smokin Joe ?

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