100 Days of SEC Dominance: Day 67 – Adrian Peterson Can’t Run Against the SEC


Last year Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson miraculously came back from a knee injury and ran for 2,097 yards.  He came up eight yards shy of the NFL’s single-season record.

But he did not run for a single yard against an SEC defense.

He torched teams like the Seattle Seahawks (182 yards), the Detroit Lions (171 yards), the Green Bay Packers (210 yards, 199 yards) and the St. Louis Rams (212 yards).  But he didn’t gain a single yard against an SEC Defense in 2012.

Coincidence?  Maybe.  Scheduling?  Probably.  SEC Dominance?  Definitely.

AP

That’s all I got/

Andrew

 

Check out the rest of the “100 Days of SEC Dominance” Countdown here.

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Posted on June 24, 2013, in 100 Days of SEC Dominance, Blog, SEC. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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