Vikings Christian Ponder is in no jeopardy of losing his job as the Minnesota Vikings' starting quarterback, but after throwing five interceptions in the past two games coach Leslie Frazier acknowledged Monday the rookie needs to stop repeating his errors.
"I know the coaches are going to take a look at it with him today," Frazier said, a day after he lifted Ponder in favor of Joe Webb in the third quarter of a 34-28 loss in Detroit. "What you don't want to do is make the same mistakes repeatedly because that begins to get a little worrisome.
"He is doing some good things to offset some of the errors. We have to continue to accentuate the positives that he is doing and try to eliminate some of the negatives. But I do think he is growing. I think (Sunday) was a part of the maturation process for him, and we will be better for it and he will be better for it in time."