Minn loses to Packers, Peterson prevails

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Faith remains intact for quarterback Christian Ponder has upsetting game against the Green Bay Packers, news sources report.

Vikings lost 23-14 to the Packers after upsetting second half. Vikings coach Leslie Frazier said he did not consider replacing his quarterback at any time against the Green Bay Packers and will not consider changing quarterbacks for the upcoming game against the Chicago Bears, Pioneer Press report.

The game turned out well for Vikings star Adrian Peterson which registered his third career 200-yard rushing day. He also had the longest run of his career, an "impressive" 82-yarder, Star Tribune reports.

While Peterson's day ended with a new career records, Ponder's two interceptions in the game ultimately led to their defeat, Star Tribune reported.

"Christian is our quarterback we are going to do all we can to help him have a good game against Chicago and to help our team go out and get a win," Frazier said, emphasizing his commitment to starting and keeping Ponder.

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