Vikings coach Frazier on QB McNabb: “not at a point where we’re making a QB change”

Dan Wiederer of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier sees a mixed bag with his team, an 0-4 squad Frazier feels is “on the verge of getting things turned” but which needs to clean up its effort in several key areas to do so. Yet, while Frazier said Monday afternoon at his press conference that he was considering some personnel changes, no shake-up was on the itinerary at quarterback where Donovan McNabb will be the starter Sunday at Mall of America Field against Arizona.

Said Frazier: ”Based on these four games we’ve had this season, we’re not at a point where we’re making a quarterback change. There are a lot of things that we need to correct on our football team based on the fact that we’re 0-4. But at this point, a quarterback change isn’t one of those changes.”

“If you look at Donovan’s performance on Sunday, there was much more consistency in some of his throws,” Frazier said. “Plus, he hit that play with Devin. That was a big play for us, something we’ve been hoping to do from the beginning of the season. We finally got one and hope to see more of that to come.”


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