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Associated Press Minnesota Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder stands on the sidelines against the Seattle Seahawks in the first half Sunday in Seattle. Over the last five games, in which the Vikings went 2-3, Ponder threw eight interceptions to six touchdowns and completed passes at just a 61 percent clip compared to 68 percent during the first four games in which the Vikings were 3-1.

Vikings aim to hit the air waves


By Dave Campbell, AP Pro Football Writer

EDEN PRAIRIE -- The Minnesota Vikings are trying to figure out how to get off the ground.

They struggled through another poor performance by Christian Ponder in Sunday's loss at Seattle, wasting 182 yards and two touchdowns rushing by Adrian Peterson. As the toughest part of their schedule comes into view, the Vikings are searching for solutions to their sputtering passing attack.

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