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The Minnesota Vikings were getting dominated by the Indianapolis Colts and Andrew Luck. It was 4th and 4 in the red zone when the Vikings decided to go for it late in the fourth quarter. Percy Harvin and Adrian Peterson weren’t even on the field. Christian Ponder chucked up a pass that was tipped by another player and landed in the hands of Stephen Burton. Unbelievable. Can Minnesota come back and take down the Colts? JUMP!
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Minnesota Vikings' second year quarterback Christian Ponder has shown signs of improvement from last year, and even last week. Although the Vikings lost to the Colts yesterday, 23-20, Ponder's accuracy has improved.
Ponder was a respectable 20-27 last week for 270 yards. No interceptions, no touchdowns, just moved the ball down the field. This week, Ponder was 27...
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Ponder is really starting to look like he could be a legit NFL quarterback. Now in his sophomore season, #7 threw for 270 yards and 0 interceptions in the Vikings 2012 debut. He has formed a strong connection with a great receiver and rusher in Percy Harvin whom he uses on a regular basis. Am I starting him in a standard league? Not just yet. But...
Christian Ponder showed typical leadership skills, accepting some of the blame after a career-high passer rating and on an afternoon when the Vikings had so many other problems.
Christian Ponder continued to put up good numbers in the second game of his second NFL season. However, there was one blemish on his record. Plus, get more than 20 notes that help tell the tale of the Vikings’ 23-20 loss.
Minnesota Vikings – 20, Indianapolis Colts– 23Another close game played by Christian Ponder (252 total yards, 2 TDs) and the Vikings, but this time there wasn’t overtime or any last second kicks. This is the second straight solid yardage outing by Ponder, and it was nice to see him throw a couple of touchdowns as well. You could do worse than having Ponder as a backup QB...
If the Minnesota Vikings have proved one thing through two games this season, their games must be watched until the very end. The game is not over until that final second ticks off the clock.
Sunday at Indianapolis looked very similar to last week when Minnesota rallied in the final seconds and won in overtime. The Vikings were on the flip side in Sunday's 23-20 loss to the...
The NFL is a passing league and the fan bases for the Indianapolis Colts and Minnesota Vikings see bright futures for their teams under the leadership of their young quarterbacks.The Colts engineered a late win off an Adam Vinatieri field goal just seconds after a late game-tying Minnesota.The Heroes: Andrew Luck and Christian PonderThe two young quarterbacks did everything you could...
The Vikings have a number of top-10 rankings in the NFL, and they have been especially strong on special teams. On offense, the leaders are no surprise – Percy Harvin and Christian Ponder. See how the Vikings fared in numerous top- and bottom-10 categories among the NFL rankings.
There was a theme uttered by Leslie Frazier and Christian Ponder: shooting themselves in the foot. Eleven penalties, many of them at key moments, provided the ammunition for the Vikings’ self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Percy Harvin’s big effort is detailed by him moving up the franchise charts in several categories. Plus, entries from Christian Ponder, Blair Walsh, Stephen Burton, Everson Griffen and Adrian Peterson.