The 2013 version of the Minnesota Vikings were a massive disappointment after reaching postseason play in 2012. Quarterback continued to be a position of weakness for the Vikings. Minnesota started three different signal callers this season and all three proved to have various weaknesses. The Vikings even signed former Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Josh Freeman after he was released, only to see him start just one game and then remain inactive for the remainder of the season. Despite reaching the playoffs in 2012, head coach Leslie Frazier might be fired this coming week.
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