by Lucas Treat (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Minneapolis, MN - The Minnesota Vikings are officially in the offseason following their Wildcard Weekend loss to the Green Bay Packers.
The Vikings shocked everyone when they announced their quarterback Christian Ponder was inactive for Saturday's game 30 minutes before kickoff.
Joe Webb replaced Ponder and though he showed flashes of play making, he struggled in his third career start.
But for the Vikings, they need to not merely be content with simply making the playoffs. They need to be much hungrier.
The Vikings will now focus on re-signing their own players as well as free agents from other teams and not to mention preparing for the upcoming NFL Draft.