Frazier gains confidence from Bud Grant

Leslie Frazier's first full season as head coach of the Minnesota Vikings isn't going the way he was hoping. He is 0-4 and watching his team flounder in the fourth quarter. Now might be a good time to lose hope, but Frazier remains confident thanks in part to Bud Grant, who also started his career 0-4.
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Leslie Frazier's first full season as head coach of the Minnesota Vikings isn't going the way he was hoping. He is 0-4 and watching his team flounder in the fourth quarter. Now might be a good time to lose hope, but Frazier remains confident thanks in part to Bud Grant, who also started his career 0-4.

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