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Video: Ponder says there's 'no finger pointing' after back-to-back losses

Struggling Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder says he hasn't lost his confidence and there is no bickering among the Vikings despite a two-game losing streak.
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Struggling Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder faced the cameras today in his weekly news conference as he prepares for Sunday's game against Detroit.

When grilled about his passing slump, Ponder said “Obviously I can play better” and that he has full confidence in what he’s doing week-to-week.

Ponder also says there’s “no finger pointing” after back-to-back losses.

To see Ponder's news conference in its entirety, via Vikings.com, CLICK HERE.

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