The Facts: Two appearances. Two rallies. That was enough for HC Leslie Frazier to open the door on Saturday afternoon for the possibility of Webb as the Vikings' QB of the future. "Some of the things he does, man, and what it does to the rest of our team -- you can't ignore it," Frazier said after Webb led three touchdown drives in relief of injured Christian Ponder and the Vikings beat the Redskins 33-26.
Diehards Line:"It's something we're going to take a real hard look at as we go forward. He definitely lifts our team. He's done it. He did it a season ago as well. ..." Yesterday's comeback came 13 days after Webb relieved Ponder at Detroit, sliced a 17-point deficit to six and had the Vikings only 1 yard from what could have been the winning touchdown. Webb may get another start in next week's season finale against Chicago if doctors don't clear Ponder, who took a beating on Saturday and eventually left the game with a concussion. He'll need to make it through the league's concussion protocol before returning to action.