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Bears Rout Vikings; Ponder Plays

The Vikings lost 39-10 at Chicago Sunday night to fall to 1-5 on the season. Devin Hester made a pair of big plays for the Bears. He had a 48-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter and added a 98-yard kickoff return touchdown in the 2nd half. Jay Cutler threw for 267 yards and 2 touchdowns with no interceptions.

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Vikings’ McNabb Tired Of Mechanics Talk

Viking quarterback Donavan McNabb talked Wednesday about how he's looking at his mechanics as much as the next guy and doesn't understand why the media is focusing so much on his mechanics. McNabb says the offense isn't as bad as what it's made out to be.

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Ponder or Webb, Not McNabb

Viking head coach Leslie Frazier is staying with Donavan McNabb but for how long? I say it's time to go with the rookie, Christian Ponder or 2nd year man Joe Webb. McNabb is completing just 58% of his passes and is averaging just 158 yards passing per game. An inexperienced quarterback could do that and could get better in the process. Ponder is the obvious choice because he was a first round pick but if Ponder isn't ready then Webb would be a better option than McNabb.

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Frazier Sticking With McNabb

Viking head coach Leslie Frazier announced at his press conference that he's sticking with veteran Donavan McNabb as his starting quarterback. Frazier says McNabb will start this Sunday at home against Arizona. McNabb was 18-30 passing for 202 yards and 2 touchdowns with 1 interception against Kansas City this Sunday.

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Vikings’ Frazier Sticking With McNabb

Viking head coach Leslie Frazier is sticking with Donavan McNabb as his starting quarterback. He made that announcement Monday at his press conference but did indicate that McNabb needs to be more accurate on some of his throws. McNabb was 22-36 passing with 211 yards with 1 touchdown and no interceptions Sunday against Detroit.

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Vikings Blow Lead Then Game To Lions

The Vikings lost their 3rd straight game despite leading into the 4th quarter Sunday when Detroit came from behind to beat the Vikings 26-23 in overtime. Ryan Longwell kicked a 49-yard field goal with 1:11 left in regulation to force overtime before Jason Hanson kicked the game-winning field goal in overtime for Detroit.

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McNabb Looks Forward To Sunday

Viking quarterback Donavan McNabb met the media Wednesday and says he looks forward to Sunday's game against Detroit and says 0-2 isn't the end of the world. The Vikings are 0-2 and are 3 1/2 point underdogs at home against 2-0 Detroit Sunday when the two teams meet at Mall of America Field at noon, pregame on WJON at 11:00.

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Chargers Rally Past Vikings 24-17

The San Diego Chargers came from down 17-7 at halftime to beat the Vikings 24-17 Sunday afternoon in San Diego. Percy Harvin began the game with a 103-yard kickoff return touchdown for the Vikings and Donavan McNabb completed a touchdown pass to Michael Jenkins in the first half. McNabb struggled for much of the day and was 7-15 passing for just 39 yards.

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Webb Will Play Before Ponder In Vikings/Cowboys Game

The Vikings host the Dallas Cowboys Saturday night at 7pm, pregame on AM 1390-the Fan at 6:00. The Vikings are 1-1 in preseason games and so are the Cowboys. Minnesota will start Donovan McNabb at quarterback Saturday night and he'll likely play the entire first half. 2nd year pro Joe Webb will be the 2nd quarterback to play and rookie Christian Ponder is the 3rd string quarterback this week.

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Peterson May Struggle In 2011

Viking running back Adrian Peterson is an incredible talent but with a lack of a passing game and especially a depth threat Peterson will see 8 man fronts this season. Peterson averaged 4.6 yards a carry last season with an off and on deep threat down field. The question marks on the offensive line have to be a concern too. Charlie Johnson at left tackle, John Sullivan at center and whoever wins the right guard spot are the weakest links. That's not even taking into account an older Steve Hutchinson.

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