By Andrew Gruman
GREEN BAY, Wis. When Vikings coach Leslie Frazier approached a dejected Christian Ponder at his locker just moments after the young quarterback struggled yet again, it wasn't to make a change.
Instead, Frazier's intentions were to let Ponder know that he stood by him and won't be changing quarterbacks despite another dismal showing from Minnesota's passing game in a 23-14 loss to Green Bay.
As badly as some fans want a change and as bad as Ponder looked Sunday, Frazier hasn't even considered turning to backup Joe Webb.
"I just reminded him that we have to learn from everything that happened today, use this time to get better and figure out things we have to figure out as a team," Frazier said of his postgame conversation with Ponder. "He will be the guy that will lead us to victory when we line up against Chicago next week. We need him to lead us."
When the Vikings needed him Sunday, Ponder was nowhere to be found. He missed receivers hi...