Mothman wrote:... and once again had a losing record as a starter on an offense that struggled to score points. As I've already said, that's not all his fault but the point is there are, and should be, questions about whether Bradford is the kind of QB who can lead a team to a Super Bowl and there's also a question about his future with the Vikings beyond 2017. Chicagopurple wasn't wrong to say QB is still a bit of a question mark. We know the Vikings have a legitimate starter but how far they can go with that starter and how long he'll remain the starter are both open questions.
Sam Bradford just put together the best season for a Vikings quarterback not named Brett Favre since Daunte Culpepper in 2004.
As for the winning record thing, a lot of that has to do with who's around you. For example, in 2012, when Christian Ponder recorded 10 of his 14 career wins, he had this MVP guy playing behind him who ran for almost 2,100 yards. So that prolly helped. And if Christian Ponder had ever completed 71.6% of his passes and 3,800 yards in a season, he'd still be here.
So sure, I guess quarterback a question mark ... probably the lowest priority question mark on the entire offense, but a question mark.
Personally, I think we need to concentrate on the offensive line.