Leslie Frazier shook his head and managed a slight smile when the question was posed.
How hard, the Minnesota Vikings coach was asked, has this been to have to decide so many different weeks in a season about who the starter will be at the sport's most important position?
"It's not a lot of fun," Frazier said recently. "You'd like to say that this is your quarterback for 16 weeks, but we haven't been in that situation."
This hardly brings solace for the head of a struggling team like Frazier, but the Vikings are far from the only bunch either sputtering along without a long-term solution or needing a stronger backup for a starter who's hurt. Minnesota is one of five teams that, for a variety of reasons, have started three different quarterbacks this year. That includes Green Bay, which has started four. Four!
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