Even though the Minnesota Vikings have matched the best single-season turnaround in franchise history, and Leslie Frazier has the team on the brink of making the playoffs, there are still some tough decisions to be made once the season is over.
Hopefully those decisions won't start to be addressed until February.
In this rebuilding year, following their 3-13 season from 2011, the Vikings have exceeded most people's expectations. Most predictions, including ESPN's John Clayton, had the Vikings winning at best two games more than 2011.
Still the team has plenty of holes that need to be filled, and areas that could use an upgrade.
Here are 10 decisions that general manager Rick Spielman and Frazier will need to address.