The Minnesota Viking’s biggest problem would seem to be the lack of a quality quarterback to lead a sputtering offense.
According to Jim Souhan of the Minneapolis Star Tribune, a number of defensive players are questioning why they were unable to get any pressure on Tony Romo down the stretch of their loss to the Cowboys.
“There’s some things that are going on internally that are not allowing us to close out games,” defensive end Brian Robison said.
“I think we could have been in better situations at the end of the game,” defensive tackle Kevin Williams added.
There were also comments from defensive players about offensive play-calling as well.
Head coach Leslie Frazier has hired three coordinators since he took over in 2010.