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Monday, November 22, 2010

Brad Childress Finally Fired By Minnesota Vikings... Frazier In As Interim

Per this tweet from Fox Sports Jay Glazer, Minnesota Vikings Head Coach Brad Childress has been fired this morning. No official announcement has been made, but I'm sure one will be released at some point today. Defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier will be named interim head coach.

The Vikings are a dissapointing 3-7 this season after being considered a Super Bowl favorite in the NFC. Brett Favre was "talked" into returning for one more season with the Vikings during the preseason, but the 40-yea-old has been hampered by injuries and ineffective more times than not.

The Vikings season has been something of a soap opera, with Favre, Percy Harvin and other players expressing displeasure with Childress in the media, and Childress doing the same at times.

Will this head coaching change have a big effect on the season? I think it won't, as they Vikings still have an aging QB at the helm and are 3rd in their division. Frazier has been a favorite for head coaching jobs in recent seasons and he may do a solid job.

More info on this as it becomes available.



  1. Papad from Bonita Springs Florida thinks it was a good move. We will see if Frazier can handle the head coaching job. Let Farve finish the year, if he wants and start anew next year. Go Bears

  2. The Vikings' defense just hasn't been the same this season and so their offensive woes have been magnified 2-3x. Either way though, Childress was a terrible coach who I've watched coach them out of games. It will be interesting to see who they get next year.