The point some are trying to make on this thread is that the Vikings will never win a Super Bowl with Zimmer and Spielman.
So if the ownership has expressed complete confidence in going forward with Zimmer and Spielman, aren't they ultimately "the problem"? I think it's a fair question. If it's fair game to put Zimmer and Spielman under scrutiny, why not the ones who are responsible for putting them in place. Will we ever win a Super Bowl with owners that thought Brad Childress was the best HC available in 2006, that gave us 3 years of Leslie Frazier, 1 lost year with Mike Tice, set up faux GM Fran Foley, never hold anyone accountable for flopping in big games, etc. I get that they got a new stadium, new practice facilities, are willing to pay bazillions on free agents. Nice owners. But maybe too nice?
I agree with Dan Barreiro when he said this organization, from the owners, GM, coaches, QB, and players need to stop thinking they're smarter than everyone else.
What more can they do? It isn't what they don't do that's questionable, it's what they do that's questionable IMHO. It just seems to me the Wilfs are running the Vikings the way I would run a pro football team, and that's what scares me because I know next to nothing about football.