Leslie Frazier has been named the interim head coach of the Minnesota Vikings following the firing of Brad Childress.
It's up to the fourth-year defensive coordinator to change the attitude in Minnesota while finding a way to win some games.
The laid-back Frazier should provide a stark contrast to Childress' bullying style, but that doesn't mean the results on the field will be any different.
Minnesota's veterans are playing poorly and there are no young players ready to step in.
And then there is Brett Favre.
Favre has created a season-long soap opera while playing some of the worst football of his entire career.
The winds of change are blowing, and Frazier might have the courage to keep his lame-duck quarterback on the sideline.
Here's a look at 10 ways Leslie Frazier can fix the mess in Minnesota.