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Jennings is a step in the right direction, but the Vikings need to do more offensively to help Adrian Peterson and Christian Ponder . In last year’s draft, Minnesota spent a fourth-round pick on a receiver. The Vikings should address that
league, as TCU’s Andy Dalton (29-50-61 percent) made it his first two seasons and Florida State’s Christian Ponder (35-35-62 percent) helped the Vikings get to the playoffs (thanks to a big dose of Adrian Peterson ) in 2012
positioned when it comes to cap space, and while he wouldn’t be catching 100 passes a year from the likes of Christian Ponder (or Joe Webb), Welker would form a special offensive tandem ( The Rehabbed Knee Brigade? ) with Adrian Peterson
Texans and Patriots, but it appears that the Jags are going to go back to Blaine Gabbert. Good luck with that . 26. Christian Ponder , Vikings. “A man’s got to know his limitations,” said Dirty Harry, and Ponder seems cool with that. He
franchise. It appears that Terrelle Pryor will get the start in the regular-season finale against the Chargers. 27. Christian Ponder , Vikings. Probably too low (62 percent completion rate, 2,701 passing yards, 15 touchdowns, 12 interceptions
And he's rushed for 576 yards and four TDs in three games this month. Oh, and Peterson is doing all this with Christian Ponder -- 26th in passer rating -- as his quarterback.) This is simplistic, but here's one reason why Peterson would
on 27.9 percent of his dropbacks this season, fifth in the league behind Robert Griffin III, Russell Wilson, Christian Ponder and Cam Newton . (Schaub is tied for first in the league with Drew Brees in touchdown passes off play action with 10.) It
issues staying on the field, and the Vikings needed another receiver before they got rid of Harvin. Allen gives Christian Ponder another receiver with good size and reliable hands. 24. Colts (11-5) — Johnathan Jenkins, DT, Georgia Though
this year. At Minnesota, he’s expected to have a chance to challenge for the starting job against incumbent Christian Ponder . The former Patriots backup spent four seasons with the Chiefs, making the 2010 Pro Bowl but struggling the last
reach at this point, but there’s no denying the Vikings could stand to upgrade big-time at wide receiver. Christian Ponder loves utilizing Percy Harvin , but he needs more options than that. 24. Colts (11-5) Johnathan Jenkins
spot all by himself. Regardless what happens this year, fans can feel good about how this team has progressed. Christian Ponder has a few wide receivers at the top of his offseason Christmas wish list. An upgrade at receiver to go along with Percy Harvin
Dolphins might have been able to pull off an upset. 19. (19) Vikings (6-6) — The lack of improvement from Christian Ponder has to be of concern to Leslie Frazer. The second year quarterback has gotten worse as the season has progressed
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