Originally Posted by AboveTheRim.
IMO Ponder is proving to be more of a game manager than an elite quarterback. I haven't seen all of the Vikings games (only seen about half) but from what I've seen, he really isn't able to consistently move the chains and make the plays necessary for him to be considered even an above average quarterback. 6 interceptions in the last 3 weeks also are not helping his cause.
Ponder is an adequate QB, not a guy that's going to take any team deep into the playoffs. But Minnesota has shown a propensity to stick with guys who are marginal, hoping they'll improve, and he probably has a better shot at accomplishing that than the others they've trotted out in recent years.