Joe Webb completed 11-of-30 passes for 180 yards, one touchdown, and an interception as the Vikings were trounced by the Packers 24-10 in Saturday night's Wild Card Round game.
He did rush seven times for 68 yards, but committed a second turnover on a fumble and simply couldn't move the offense. Webb made NFL history on Saturday night, becoming the first quarterback ever to start a playoff game without throwing a single regular season pass. He also showed precisely why that never happens. Webb had 33 pass drops. They resulted in 19 incompletions, 11 completions, and three sacks taken in a performance that will really hurt Webb's chances of returning as Christian Ponder's primary backup in 2013. It'll be a contract year for the athletic, if inaccurate and ultimately overmatched Webb.