Frazier: Many things to reassess, but 'a quarterback change isn't one of those'

There are many reasons for reflection after an 0-4 start to the season. But Vikings coach Leslie Frazier says there will be no quarterback change right now. Frazier says he was encouraged by the momentous end zone connection with Devin Aromashodu during the Vikings' loss to Kansas City Sunday and hopes 'to see more of those.'
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There are many reasons for reflection after an 0-4 start to the season. But Vikings coach Leslie Frazier says there will be no quarterback change right now. Frazier says he was encouraged by the momentous end zone connection with Devin Aromashodu during the Vikings' loss to Kansas City Sunday and hopes 'to see more of those.'

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