MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) -- The Minnesota Vikings' head coach Mike Zimmer invited members of the media to a special event this week.
He held a film session with members of the press, breaking down Vikings gameplay video so that reporters could better understand his strategies as a coach, and the game itself.
"I think it's good for you guys," Zimmer said. "I think it's a good, healthy relationship and I'd like to keep it that way."
The session showed that this was a comfortable role for him: as a teacher.
"I love doing film work and I love motivating guys too," he said. "This is kind of my setting, where I feel comfortable with the players, asking them questions."
Zimmer says he wants smart players on the Vikings, and he's making sure of it.
"If we don't win enough games, I get changed. If they don't play good, they get changed," he said.
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