The Vikings offense looked like absolute crap for the whole first quarter. They fell behind the Buccaneers 13-0 and it looked like they were not going to get anything going. Christian Ponder looked lost again. Adrian Peterson was the only weapon they had. Then, as has happened so often this season, the Vikes got the ball to Percy Harvin and just let him go. A bubble screen to Harvin was the first big play of the game for the Vikes. A few plays later Christian Ponder threw a sweet touch fade to Harvin for 18 yards and a TD. Pretty easy. When you let your playmakers make plays.
Like The Viking Age on Facebook.
Follow Dan Zinski on Twitter.
Get the all-new FanSided iPhone app.
Want to blog about the Vikings? Fill out the blogger application and join the team. Serious homers, negative types, tape wonks and general wack-jobs all welcome.
Topics: Minnesota Vikings