Frazier confident in his job security

A 3-12 record isn't helping Leslie Frazier at his weekly press-conferences. He can't seem to avoid questions about his job security. However, Frazier says his job security is a non-issues, and he's going to turn around the Vikings eventually.
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A 3-12 record isn't helping Leslie Frazier at his weekly press-conferences. He can't seem to avoid questions about his job security. However, Frazier says his job security is a non-issues, and he's going to turn around the Vikings eventually.

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