Minnesota Vikings’ Quarterback Problems

vikings_2013As the saying goes, when a team has two quarterbacks it has none. When it has three, it has a full-blown clusterfudge that will get people fired.

For the Vikings, who signed Josh Freeman in order to have the rest of the year to assess whether he can be the long-term answer at the position but who tried too quickly to make him the short-term answer, the right call is now obvious: Go with the guy deemed best suited to win games.

That’s why Freeman, who didn’t play last week due to a concussion, hasn’t been reinstalled as the starter even though he has exited the injury report. He’s not good enough to propel the team instantly to wins, which means that the team could end up being bad enough to get everyone fired.

Source: Mike Florio, NBC Sports