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By: Aj Mansour | KFAN.com
Minneapolis, MN - Following the Vikings ugly 21-14 win over the Arizona Cardinals, Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder joined KFAN 100.3FM and the Paul Allen Show to discuss his reactions to the way week seven went down.
"I was definitely disappointed in how I played," Ponder told Paul Allen. "We've still got a lot of progression to make, especially on the offensive side...[That said], it's very good to be frustrated when you're 5-2."
On the day, Ponder was 8-for-17 throwing for only 58 yards, with one touchdown and two picks. The performance earned Christian a 35.5 passer rating on the day. While the day as a whole was not impressive, Ponder second half struggles are what is really making the arm-chair quarterbacks nervous on Monday morning.
In the second half on Sunday, Ponder was 1-for-8 completing his lone pass for four yards to Adrian Peterson.
Monday morning with KFAN, Ponder seemed frustrated but unfazed by his disappointing day.
"Our biggest goal is to progress from week to week," Christian said. "From this last weekend, there needs to be a big progression."
Ponder and the Vikings offense have a short week to snap out of their funk as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers head to Mall of America Field for a prime time game on Thursday night.
Aj Mansour covers Minnesota Sports for KFAN.com. Feel free to leave comments and questions regarding this post in the space provided below. For Vikings' updates and breaking Vikings' news, follow Aj on Twitter. @AjMansourKFAN