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Here is the best small, speedy NFL players of the week. Minnesota Vikings Percy Harvin and Carolina Panthers Captain Munnerlyn got tangled as Christian Ponder was scrambling, and Harvin took him all the way from the field, through the Panthers’ sideline, and threw Munnerlyn on the metal bench. Percy Harvin just received a personal foul call. How do the Panthers team just watch their player get thrown into a bench without joining the scuffle?
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Percy Harvin and Carolina Panthers’ Captain Munnerlyn exchanged some words and some hands in the first half of the Vikings vs Panthers game on Sunday. Check out the below video of the two going at it on the Panther sidelines after a Christian Ponder scramble. Harvin was hit with a personal foul for his role in the skirmish.
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To say Ed Hochuli is verbose is like saying the Washington Redskins offense is pathetic. Mere adjectives don't do them justice. Case in point, Hochuli's unnecessarily-wordy explanation of why a Percy Harvin fumble was, indeed, a Percy Harvin fumble.
Let's take his 63-word explanation line by line:
"The ruling on the field is confirmed."
Killing the suspense...
Percy Harvin continues to show off a high tolerance for pain and high propensity for production. Despite battling through sore ribs, he was invaluable to the Vikings offense and attitude in a road win. Plus, the Vikings approached Steve Smith differently, Donovan McNabb is walking a thin line in defending himself and other notes and quotes following the Vikings’ road win.
On Sunday, the Minnesota Vikings earned their first win on the road this season and just the third since the beginning of the 2010 season. Rookie quarterback Christian Ponder earned his first NFL win.
Ponder and the Vikings accomplished a 24-21 victory at Carolina by outscoring an opponent in the second half for the first time this season. Positive grades come with the most consistent...
Receiver Percy Harvin and cornerback Antoine Winfield are listed as questionable for the Minnesota Vikings' game against Carolina on Sunday.
The Panthers are 29th in the league in punt and kickoff returns, although Ron Rivera does not sound like he's ready to make any changes with his young returners.
Rookie kickoff returner Kealoha Pilares had two muffs/fumbles in last week's loss to Minnesota, although the Panthers recovered both of them. Pilares is averaging 20 yards on 10 returns, with a long of 27 yards....
Christian Ponder, Adrian Peterson and Percy Harvin were the big stories for the Vikings on Sunday – if you just want to focus on the players who gave the most outstanding and inspiring on-field performances. The real story of the game, if you want to look beyond the feel-good aspects, was how the Vikings were able to overcome a multitude of miscues to keep the score close going...