‘Why me?’ Peterson finds the answer

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‘Why me?’ Peterson finds the answer

Vikings’ back ‘dominated the rehab’ to dominate Ds
With two games to go, Adrian Peterson needs 294 yards to break Eric Dickerson’s all-time single-season rushing record. He is 188 yards from becoming the seventh player in league history to reach 2,000 yards in one year. And all this after a devastating knee injury in the final game of last year’s regular season. “He just dominated the rehab. It was ridiculous,” Vikings’ head athletic trainer Eric Sugarman said.
“I had in my mind from the moment I got out of surgery that I was going to be back, that I was going to be good and healthy,” Adrian Peterson said. “I really wasn’t playing around. I was on a mission.”
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has passed the 170-yard mark in four of the last six games, twice surpassing 200 yards.

‘Why me?’ Peterson finds the answer

With two games to go, Adrian Peterson needs 294 yards to break Eric Dickerson’s all-time single-season rushing record. He is 188 yards from becoming the seventh player in league history to reach 2,000 yards in one year. And all this after a devastating knee injury in the final game of last year’s regular season. “He just dominated the rehab. It was ridiculous,” Vikings’ head athletic trainer Eric Sugarman said.
“I had in my mind from the moment I got out of surgery that I was going to be back, that I was going to be good and healthy,” Adrian Peterson said. “I really wasn’t playing around. I was on a mission.”
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has passed the 170-yard mark in four of the last six games, twice surpassing 200 yards.
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