After a disappointing 6-10 season that did not meet expectations, the Minnesota Vikings chose to express confidence in Leslie Frazier by removing the interim tag from his title. Frazier secured three victories in six games since taking over. Vikings owner Mark Wilf emphasized Frazier’s widespread respect among players, coaches, and the front office.

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Similarly, in Jacksonville, Jack Del Rio faced scrutiny following the team’s inconsistent season, despite having earned respect during his tenure. Despite only two playoff appearances in eight seasons, Jaguars owner Wayne Weaver confirmed Del Rio would return for a ninth campaign. Weaver, reflecting on the decision, stated, “I had to consider whether it was better to overhaul the coaching staff and start anew. While I’ve made mistakes in my life, I believe I’ve made more good decisions than bad ones.”

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