Tarvaris Jackson Headed To IR, Minnesota Vikings QB Situation In Question

December 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

After just one game as the starting quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings this season, Tarvaris Jackson has been placed on injured reserve with a foot injury.
Jackson was diagnosed with turf toe following last week's 21-3 loss to the NY Giants and three days later, his season is over following a disappointing outing that officially knocked the Vikings out of playoff contention.
As a free agent at season's end, Jackson's future with the team is now also in serious jeopardy.
As for quarterback Brett Favre, his other-worldly consecutive game streak was halted at 297 in the aforementioned loss to the Giants. But the condition of his ailing shoulder hasn't improved enough to determine whether he will be available to play against the Chicago Bears this Monday night.
Thus, enter third-string QB Joe Webb and recently signed veteran Patrick Ramsey. Webb will get the nod as long as he is physically able to play, but if Webb and Favre are unable to go, the Vikings will turn to...

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