Vikings Defensive Coordinator Frazier Doesn’t Comment on Possibly Coaching the Bills

The Bills are without a coach – still. Leslie Frazier did nothing to hurt his chances on Sunday, leading a swarming defense from the sidelines that dominated the Cowboys in a 34-3 win. Frazier and his defense will now get a shot to make it to Super Bowl XLIV as they will face the Saints in the NFC title game next week.

As far as Frazier becoming the Bills next head coach, there’s no word of that yet, as in the post game he didn’t say much about the chance of joining Buffalo as their new head coach in 2010:

Former Bears cornerback Leslie Frazier certainly didn’t hurt his cause to become an NFL head coach after his Minnesota Vikings defense dominated in a 34-3 victory over the Dallas Cowboys. Frazier, the Vikings defensive coordinator, interviewed for the Buffalo Bills head-coaching vacancy, the only job available right now. After Sunday’s game, though, Frazier did all he could to avoid talking about anything other than the Vikings. Asked if he’s heard from the Bills, Frazier said, “The only thing I’m really focused on right now is the NFC Championship game. In the meantime, enjoy this for a little bit then on Monday we got to get ready for that NFC Championship game.”

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