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The three main ingredients to the Vikings are Head Coach Leslie Frazier, Offensive Coordinator Bill Musgrave and Defensive Coordinator Fred Pagac.
As a unit, this aspect of the team has not lived up to the hype, and individually, each portion has performed marginally at best.
Leslie Frazier has shown an inability to manage the clock and team as a leader, while displaying little aggression as the leader of a football team. I understand that not all head coaches are aggressive, and do in fact have a passive demeanor, but Frazier just hasn't shown anything to speak of—no fire, no emotion, nothing.
Fred Pagac has shown that his scheme at times does in fact work, but he has also displayed utterly horrible play calls when it mattered most in any particular game.
Bill Musgrave has shown creativity, and has made a believer out of me in the two-tight end sets, but he too has made some horrible calls and seems to panic the minute the Vikings fall behind, which leads to poor per-quarter management.
Final Team Grade through 10 weeks: C+