Vikes' may tweak but not make wholesale changes before Sunday's gameMinnesota Sports
-- Minnesota Vikings Head Coach Leslie Frazier says there will not be wholesale changes in the lineup when his team squares off against Arizona on Sunday.
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Minnesota Vikings Head Coach Leslie Frazier says there will not be wholesale changes in the lineup when his team squares off against Arizona on Sunday.
The 0-4 Vikings have struggled to finish games off this season and Frazier hinted on Monday that they would think about some switches. Instead, he says there won't be a starting line up change. Frazier had already announced on Monday that quarterback Donovan McNabb would remain his starter. Frazier said yesterday that he and McNabb met on Monday to discuss a few things that both thought could help the offense become more efficient.
Sunday's game starts at noon at the Metrodome.
Who do you think is going to blink first on the Vikings stadium issue? The team says they won't sign a new lease at the Metrodome, which runs out at the end of the season. And state lawmakers don't seem to be in any hurry to put together a deal on a new stadium. Republican State Representative King Banaian of St. Cloud says he thinks there's more time on the clock than you might think. Banaian says he's not sure the threat of the Vikings moving is all that credible. He says there is really a lot of uncertainty surrounding who the proposed stadium is for in L.A. During the special session in July there was talk of a second special session sometime this fall to deal with the Vikings stadium issue. However, Banaian says he doesn't see anything happening any time soon.