Interim Minnesota Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier has hinted that some subtle changes could be in store for the Vikings offense, which desperately needs a spark with a league-worst minus-14 turnover differential and the 18th NFL ranking in total offense.
But it's too late in the game to overhaul the West Coast offense. So, what will the changes be?
Most of the Vikings are mum on this issue, but tight end Visanthe Shiancoe shed a little light on the subject Friday.
"I think people are detailing their assignments a lot," Shiancoe said. "That's what Frazier wanted to stress, detailing assignments, things of that nature."
Quarterback Brett Favre hinted on Wednesday that he'd like to see the Vikings reduce the number of plays in the gameplan. That would give the Vikings time to develop their West Coast plays to perfection.