Childress Not Announcing QB Choice

Minnesota Vikings Coach Brad Childress today refused to name a starting quarterback for this week.

It seems likely that Childress will stick with struggling veteran Brad Johnson but he refused to rule out a possible switch to rookie Tarvaris Jackson, telling reporters that he wanted to keep the Detroit Lions guessing about which quarterback they will face Sunday.

Childress doesn't have a more experienced backup as an option because Brooks Bollinger has a shoulder injury.

By Mark Maske |  December 6, 2006; 8:58 PM ET  | Category:  Vikings
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