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Peterson has averaged 1,445.2 rushing yards and 13.5 touchdowns per season in his first four years in the league.
Adrian Peterson ran for over 1000 yards his rookie year and even made it to the pro bowl not only that but he got rookie MVP of the year so there is obviously no contest that Adrian Peterson should be on this list that fact that he is so amazing and you know what this is just the beging of a great carrear for the guy
Adrian Peterson deserves to be ranked higher than LaDainian Tomlinson. Tomlinson was a good running back, but he will never be great. Since Peterson's rookie year people have known that he will be a hall of famer. Although he doesn't have a ring he doesn't need one. For all of you who judge him because he doesn't have a ring, you could never do anything he has done.
No other running back has show the shear power, agility and speed in a single player the way Peterson has. If he remains healthy the rest of his career he will shatter all the records.
Adrian is phenomenal, no one can deny that people are astounded by everything he has accomplished. Hands up to AP for being the quintessential running back of a passing league.
It's a bird. It's a plane. No it's Adrian Peterson. Fast as a speeding bullet. Strong as a locomotive. He is unstoppable look at the numbers. No one does it like him. Adrian Peterson rushed for 4,000 yards 40 Touch Downs in for years.
More speed than Barry Sanders and more elusiveness than Emmit Smith (compare highlights). His stats are phenomenal at this point in his career and he plays for my Minnesota Vikings (I must confess they are struggling quite a bit). If he continues to play, he will be the best!
The guy is all around pound for pound the badest running back ever. His vision and presents and sheer will to stay on his feet is amazing. All day
Peterson is the best running back scince barry sanders he is stuck in minnisota so no1 actually see's how fun and good he is to watch if he played in pittsburgh he would be #1
Best ever. Only time will tell. He is such a violent runner and if he can stay healthy, watch out Emmitt!
He the greatest no question he's got the second most rushing yards in one season and his body weight is only 3 percent fat
he is fast, strong and has hands like donald driver
but he is a bit young. Give him a few years then he'll be at the top of his game.
He's unexplainable! 11
He's a bos... No body can stop that man he is the best in the national football league
Tore his ACL in the 2nd to last game in 2011, his damn ACL! That is an injury that destroys careers, and yet the dude comes back even better in 2012 and nearly breaks the single season rushing record, but still grabs the MVP and leads a talent deficient team to the playoffs!
dude unstopabble oncehe learns to hold on to the bal better its a warap
Hands down best in the business so far. Runs harder then any one in the game and is extremely explosive.
Hes in the majors when every one else is in the little league.
Maybe others will consider him great once he's older, but you are witnessing greatness right now..
Feel Peterson will like another Barry Sanders or Walter PaYton with
Power of Jim Brown
If Peterson was used better in minnesota he would be better than what he already is
Potential that now is becoming 'the best'
He is a beast.. Even when minny has had NO QB since he was drafted. ALL DAY. PURPLE JESUS, AD, THE BEAST... Whatever... Hands down.
lets have a competition now shall we? all your dead people vs a living guy
By the end of his career he will have surpassed all of the ones ahead of him
He started the bests is the best and will still be the best in the future
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