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Head Coach: Leslie Frazier
Offensive Coordinator: Bill Musgrave
Defensive Coordinator: Alan Williams
Other Notables: Jeff Davidson (OL) and Mike Singletary (LB)
The Minnesota Vikings were bad last season, really bad. This is a team that won a total of three games, which was the amount Leslie Frazier had won as interim coach for the remaining six games of the 2010 season.
They couldn't hold leads at the half, play-calling seemed to be inept at times and mistakes were common themes throughout the duration of the season.
While franchises do tend to give their head coaches two full seasons to prove they can get the job done, there is a chance Frazier is let go during the 2012 season if the Vikings start slow out of the gate.
Bill Musgrave might be the most overrated assistant coach in the National Football League. He was the offensive coordinator for the 2000 Carolina Panthers, who won seven games and finished in the bottom third of the league in scoring offense.
After just one season in Carolina, Musgrave was let go. He resurfaced in the same position with the Jacksonville Jaguars, but couldn't last two full seasons in that role. Jacksonville won five games in his first season, finishing 25th in the league in scoring offense.
Outside of that, not much to see here. Mike Singletary, who had a disastrous tenure as the San Francisco 49ers head coach, led an underperforming linebacker group in Minnesota last season. He just might not be cut out for coaching.
Overall, not an entirely impressive group of coaches here.