Minnesota Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier admits that it is too early in the week to know if Christian Ponder will be fit enough to play on Sunday.
Minnesota Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier believes that it is too early to make a decision on who will start at quarterback for his side this week.
Starter Christian Ponder was forced to leave his team's clash with the Chicago Bears with a concussion and Matt Cassel took over and did enough to secure a victory for his side.
"There's no reason at this point on Monday at 12:40 [p.m.] that we have to make a decision," Frazier told the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
"We can talk it through and do what's best. But Matt did a terrific job in relief yesterday afternoon leading our team to victory."
The Vikings are 3-8-1 in their season after week 13.
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