Ponder injures non-throwing shoulder

Ponder injures non-throwing shoulder

There are 9 comments on the Star Tribune story from Nov 8, 2013, titled Ponder injures non-throwing shoulder. In it, Star Tribune reports that:

Christian Ponder, his left arm in a sling following his first victory since Week 17 a year ago, couldn't help but muster a smile and a laugh when asked to sum up the past six weeks of his life and his career.

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#1 Nov 8, 2013
Never in the history of football has a player been more injury prone than thew man formally known as our franchise !N.
Samantha Ponder says

Miami, FL

#2 Nov 8, 2013
At what point did Ponder ever earn a Franchise Player moniker? He started out a rookie, and has played like one ever since.
Laughing Bear Fan

Denver, CO

#3 Nov 8, 2013
A Franchise QB by Vikings definition is, a quarterback who you move-up nervously in the draft to take a flyer on...and fail
Drama Queens

Cypress, TX

#4 Nov 8, 2013
Speaking of injury prone....what's up with Freeman...milking this 'concussion' excuse or was it ADHD he had...
Laughing Bear Fan

Denver, CO

#5 Nov 8, 2013
He might have Terrents syndrome or maybe he's an autistic savant who repeatedly gets delay of game calls because he's trying to annunciate the full numerical sequence of Pi


#6 Nov 8, 2013
Every time I see on camera it reminds me of this weird guy that in the military that used to sniff glue. He just has that same look in his eyes like he is not quite all there. Maybe that is his "concussion like symptoms" he has been having?

Check it out!
Total huffer!

“Reigning Draft and QB Guru.”

Since: Mar 13

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#7 Nov 9, 2013
Avant wrote:
Never in the history of football has a player been more injury prone than thew man formally known as our franchise !N.
Wait where is Freeman right now....Oh that's right, he has a concussion.

Besides T. Jackson was far more injury prone than Ponder.

That is the facts.


#8 Nov 9, 2013
Magnum Man II wrote:
<quoted text>Wait where is Freeman right now.....
I will tell you. He is sniffing glue.

Look at him, total glue sniffer... crazy huffer eyes!

“Reigning Draft and QB Guru.”

Since: Mar 13

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#9 Nov 9, 2013
I'm tired of the "Fake Viking Fan" attempting skew historical facts. To justify his "racial" preference of QBs.

Is Ponder an elite? Heck No! But he is head and shoulders above T. Jackson. As I recall, Jackson had a few injuries himself during his first season. But we never heard about those injuries or a call to trade T. Jackson due to injuries.

All T. Jackson had going for him was a rocket arm. Absolutely no touch to his passes, unable to call audibles and very limited accuracy.

Furthermore, it was B. Childress (who was supposed to be the greatest Vikings coach ever) that got us in this situation anyway. After 3 years of Jacksons inept QB play and B. Favre injury we were left with Webb as the only alternative for a QB. We had to get a QB and get one in the draft ASAP. So we reached for Ponder.

As you can see his record of Vikings QBs is a joke and that is where his knowledge of football starts and stops.

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