• We know one thing: Joe Webb can jump

    Summary of 9 articles · Updated Jan 6, 2013
    We’ll see about that part, but so far, so good for Webb. Webb’s last start as a quarterback came in the 2010 season finale in Detroit. This second link shows Webb performing a stunning 54-inch standing box jump in March of 2012. The man can jump and run. So as Ponder tried to rest his elbow and remained limited in practice, Webb took most of the reps with the first team offense during the team’s Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday practices. Instead, Webb got only three snaps at the end of a 30-7 victory over...
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Mike McCarthy: Facing Webb will “definitely help” against Kaepernick

      The Packers defense got an unexpected opponent on Saturday night when Joe Webb started at quarterback in place of the injured Christian Ponder. Webb’s running skills led the Vikings to run some read-option plays early in the game, something that they do
    • Webb Wobbles As Ponder Sits In Vikings 24-10 Loss In Green Bay To End Season

      No Ponder, no chance. Bet you never thought you would read that, but that seemed to be the case Saturday night when the Vikings season ended with a 24-10 loss in Green Bay. Joe Webb filled in for Ponder, and was pretty much as one would expect for a pla…
    • At the gun: Packers 24, Vikings 10

      With Joe Webb calling signals for an injured Christian Ponder, the Vikings fell in the wild-card playoff game.
    • Joe Webb starts on the ground, gets points

      Joe Webb’s playoff debut went as you might expect, and as many Vikings drives this year went without him. They ran the ball, and kicked a field goal, and lead the Packers 3-0. Their first eight plays with their backup quarterback were runs, two of them
    • Joe Webb adds another level of intrigue

      GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The fastest-developing injury story in quite some time has forced the Minnesota Vikings to start their backup quarterback in Saturday night's wild-card playoff game against the Green Bay Packers. I will freely admit to being surprised…
      Source: ESPN.com
  • Sent Packing: Joe Webb played like someone who hadn't played in…

    Joe Webb played like someone who hadn't played in over a year, says Ben Reiter. The Pack then stymied Adrian Peterson and moved to the divisional round after their 24-10 win.
    Source: CNNSI.com
  • History of new starting QB in playoffs

    GREEN BAY, Wis. -- We've already noted that Minnesota Vikings quarterback Joe Webb will become the first quarterback in NFL history to start a postseason game after not attempting a single pass all season. Keith Hawkins of ESPN Stats & Information a…
    Source: ESPN.com

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