Joe Webb: Does He Alter The Minnesota Vikings’ Draft Plans?

December 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With a dazzling performance that left Eagles defenders in the dust, Joe Webb may have cemented himself as the quarterback of the future for the Vikings.
Or did he?
Webb went 17-for-26 with 196 yards passing. He didn't fumble or throw an interception and made defenders miss tackles all night long. Oh, and he ran for another 31 yards and a score.
Webb showed poise and confidence against an Eagles defense that ranked among the top 15 going into Tuesday night's game. He was sacked just once on a play that third-string tight end Jeff Dugan thought he could go one-on-one against Trent Cole.
I don't know about you, but I'll take an All-Pro defensive end against a guy that is lucky to be on an NFL team any day.
There is no doubt that Webb was aided by some spectacular catches by Percy Harvin and a punishing running game by Adrian Peterson. However, Webb put the ball where only his receivers could catch it. There were a couple of erratic throws early on, but Webb remain...

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