EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Joe Webb set a Minnesota Vikings' single-game record on Sunday, but it was the type of mark that he might never be able to replicate.
With seven carries for 109 rushing yards, Webb set a team record for single-game rushing by a quarterback. He displayed the type of athletic ability that Minnesota could use more of on offense. Yet as a backup quarterback, Webb won't often get those chances.
He's been tried at quarterback and wide receiver since the Vikings selected him in the sixth round of the 2010 draft and the team is still trying to figure out the best way to use Webb's abilities.
"He is a guy who can create plays when there's nothing there," Minnesota coach Leslie Frazier said. "And we have to do more as far as getting him out there and trying to put him in position to make some plays, especially when Adrian (Peterson) is not playing and you're relying so much on Percy (Harvin). We need all our playmakers on the field that we can get and he is for sure on...