Dan Wiederer of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reports Joe Webb is "looking more likely" than Christian Ponder (elbow) to start Saturday night's Wild Card game against the Packers.
It's become apparent Saturday that Ponder's elbow bursitis didn't improve despite essentially taking the entire practice week off. The Vikings simply can't afford to start a quarterback with an injured throwing arm in sub-freezing weather. Wiederer concedes there's still "no final word," but one will come down by halftime of today's Bengals-Texans game. Vikings-Packers has an 8PM ET start, so inactives will be available no later than 7ET.
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