Joe Webb Struggles At QB For Viking vs. Packers After Replacing Christian Ponder

Ponder is inactive for Saturday night's wild-card round playoff game against the Green Bay Packers, meaning that Joe Webb will make his first start since Week 17 of the 2010 season — and his first postseason appearance

After not throwing a pass all season, Joe Webb was called upon at the last minute to be the Vikings starting quarterback when Christian Ponder was deemed unable to play. And so far, things aren't going very well for Webb.

There's now reports that Joe Webb is "likely" to start for the Minnesota Vikings in lieu of Christian Ponder, who has bursitis.

Ponder was limited in practice throughout the week and is officially listed as questionable to play in the Vikings Wild Card match up with the Green Bay Packers. Now it's a possibility the Vikings will have to turn to backup Joe Webb. According to Dan

There are not enough words in the English language to describe the horror that was Joe Webb's Hail Mary attempt on Saturday night. With four seconds remaining on the game clock in the second quarter between the Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay