No QB decision in Minnesota

No new quarterback news Wednesday out of Minnesota, where coach Brad Childress is keeping his decision on who will start between Tarvaris Jackson and Gus Frerotte close to the vest. Childress reiterated his desire to get another look at Frerotte, who injured his lower back Dec. 7 against the Lions, on the practice field before deciding who will start Sunday against the Falcons.

Childress proclaimed after the Detroit game that Frerotte would be the starter if healthy, but praised Jackson this week following another solid performance, which at the very least appears to present the coach with options.

“I’ve got two good quarterbacks, so that’s a good problem to have right now,” Childress quipped.

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