What Adrian Peterson Needs For the NFL Record, What Calvin Johnson Needs For 2000

Maybe Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson won’t win MVP like Kurt Warner, Michael Irvin and Deion Sanders hope, but he is most concerned with trying to win a Super Bowl. There’s also a chance AD shatters the all-time single-season record for rushing yards. He needs 208 yards to break Eric Dickerson’s all-time record. He ran for 210 at Lambeau Field earlier this season and 212 at St. Louis vs. the Rams this season as well. He plays the Packers at 4:05 PM ET.

There’s a better shot that Detroit Lions WR Calvin Johnson hits 2000 receiving yards. He needs just 102 at home against the Chicago Bears today to do that.

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