Sitting at 2-7, it's safe to say this isn't what most of us expected to see from the Minnesota Vikings this season.
Thanks to a circus-like quarterback situation and a wretched defense, the Vikings have some major issues they need to address in the upcoming offseason.
But as usual, that change starts with the head coach.
Since taking over the reins in Week 12 of the 2010 season, Leslie Frazier has racked up a record of 18 wins and 29 losses.
While a lot of the Vikings' issues can't be placed directly onto the 54-year-old's shoulders, the fact remains he's still the head coach of this team.
And being the head coach at the NFL level means when it comes down to it, you're the guy they point the finger at when things go wrong.
Although general manager Rick Spielman recently told the Associated Press that Frazier's job is safe, the team's record this season tells a different story.
If Frazier does in fact get the boot at season's end, the question then becomes, who should be the next head coach?
To find out some potential answers, it's time to start the slideshow below and check out five candidates who could replace Leslie Frazier next season.
*All stats courtesy of NFL.com unless noted otherwise.