It has been a miserable season for Vikings fans across the nation.
Brett Favre has been terrible all season long and his replacement, Tarvaris Jackson, has not fared any better. Now the team is scrambling to find a quarterback who can lead the team in future years.
The offensive line has been a problem all season long as the Vikings decided not to address anything in the offseason. With aging veterans and unproductive second year players, the Vikings could be in serious trouble very soon.
The secondary had remained the weak spot on the defense as the revolving door of safeties and cornerbacks have struggled to keep up with opposing passing attacks.
Injuries have played a huge role in the demise of the Vikings 2010 season, but it should not have led to a 5-8 record and elimination from the playoffs at Week 15.
The Vikings have some serious issues heading into the 2011 season, provided there is one.
With head coach Brad Childress shown the door midway through the season, interim coach Leslie Frazier has made the best of nothing taking a 2-1 record away from his first three weeks.
In order for the Vikings to remain competitive and not enter the dreaded rebuilding mode, they need to address their head coaching vacancy and obviously quarterback.