The Vikings have reached 0-3 in the most nauseating way possible.
They haven’t necessarily looked truly awful, but they have found creative ways to cough up big leads for three straight weeks. They have a lot of problems, most of them on offense.
But that doesn’t mean Leslie Frazier is considering a quarterback change.
“I don’t think our quarterback position is our problem right now,” Frazier said via Tom Pelissero of espn1500.com. “We’re not thinking about anything at the quarterback position.”
More importantly, there isn’t a solution on the roster. There’s absolutely no reason to think Christian Ponder or Joe Webb would improve things.
If Ponder was starting, the Vikings probably wouldn’t have any big leads to lose.