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The Minnesota Vikings are recuperating during the current bye week. Rookie quarterback Christian Ponder has now become the starter and I would like to offer some other people at the position to possibly emulate him.
John Elway: Like Ponder, this player stands out for his academic and athletic prowess. Stanford is the Ivy League of the West; Ponder was able to attain a degree in finance in only two and a half years. He then went on to earn a Masters in Business Administration before his playing career was over at the university. Elway has been successful in his endeavors after his career and Ponder will likely follow in his footsteps.
Warren Moon: He was never the most heralded player during his time, but the numbers speak for themselves. Ponder has been overshadowed by Tim Tebow and Cam Newton thus far. It can be a blessing in disguise though because he can go about his business with substantially less distractions than the aforementioned players. Moon even performed outside of th...
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