Price per head sportsbooks and many Minnesota Vikings fans were very worried when they found out that quarterback Christian Ponder was ruled out for the rest of the team’s game against the Chicago Bears on Sunday after he was evaluated for a concussion.
Near the end of the first half, price per head sportsbooks saw that Ponder took a helmet-to-helmet hit on a two-yard completion to Greg Jennings, and just before halftime the player went without his helmet to the locker room after he was evaluated on the sidelines for a concussion.
Price per head sportsbooks then saw that Ponder was replaced by Matt Cassel at quarterback, and Josh Freeman was inactive.
Ponder was only 3-of-8 for 40 yards before he was injured, and was sacked three times.
The player started Minnesota’s last five games after he initially lost his job to Cassel, and then Freeman, due to a rib injury suffered in September.
Price per head sportsbooks were very pleased to see that Ponder was coming off his season’s best game in the team’s tie last Sunday against the Green Bay Packers, where he was able to complete 21 of his 30 passes for 233 yards and a touchdown, impressing fans and price per head sportbooks alike.
Chris Cook, Vikings defensive back who is very well known with price per head sportsbooks, also pulled out of the game on Sunday after he made contact with an official following the 46-yard touchdown by Alshon Jeffery in the third quarter. Early in the third quarter, Cook was also covering Jeffery on his 80-yard touchdown, and in the Bears’ 31-30 victory over Minnesota on September 15, he gave up the go-ahead touchdown.
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Price per head sportsbooks found out that he was not very happy with the officials two plays before Jeffery’s touchdown, as he thought that the receiver should have been called for an offensive pass interference on a play where a would-be interception was sent away from Cook.