Redskins vs. Vikings: Breaking Down Minnesota’s Game Plan

November 6, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With each game, the Minnesota Vikings continue to drop to new lows. At some point they have to hit rock bottom and things will finally start looking up.
Let's hope that happens on Thursday.  
The Vikings have matched the worst start in franchise history, dropping to 1-7. It's another dubious mark for head coach Leslie Frazier, who already owns the most losses in a single season with 13 from 2011, matching the mark set in 1984. 
Perhaps this is the week that things turn around.
After three straight blowout losses by an average of 18 points, the Vikings fell back into their early-season form by losing to the Cowboys in the last minute of the game. After scoring only 17 total points in Weeks 6 and 7, the Vikings have averaged 27 points in the last two games. 
Frazier, with a 17-29 record as the Minnesota coach, actually has a winning record against the Washington Redskins. They are one of three teams Frazier has two wins against. In 2010 h...

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