Musgrave: 'We need to get back on track'

The Vikings passing attack has averaged 105 yards per game over the last month. Offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave didn't sugarcoat the struggles on Thursday, saying he’s "not at all pleased" and the offense needs to get back on track fast.
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The Pioneer Press has a stat that wouldn't intimidate a flag football team: The Vikings passing attack has averaged 105 yards per game over the last month. Offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave didn't sugarcoat the struggles on Thursday, saying he’s "not at all pleased" and the offense needs to get back on track fast.

The man quarterbacking the poor passing attack is Christian Ponder, who says he still has "full confidence" in what he's doing. The man ready to replace said quarterback is Joe Webb, who says he's treating every week like he's going to play.

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