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View Poll Results: Will Adrian Peterson reach 2,000 yards?

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    Megatron and AP chasing 2000

    Both are on pace for over 1900 yards and have both been on tear as of late. Johnson has 125 receiving yards or more in his last 5 games. With the Lions pretty much out of the playoffs they donít really have anything to play for so I could see them going for it. As for AP I think barring injury he will have a good chance at 2000. What do you think?

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    I think that both of them are good at football.

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    Jamarcus Russell is better than both of them

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    I vote both Calvin and Peterson "good at football"
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    Neither gets it IMO

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    Neither are on pace for 1900 so I doubt either gets there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ebbs View Post
    Neither are on pace for 1900 so I doubt either gets there
    They're both on pace for over 1900.

    But with the news of Ryan Broyles being out for the season and Titus Young not coming back anytime soon. Calvin has no one to take the pressure off him now, so I think that ends it for him. I mean, it worked yesterday for him, but we play some good secondaries the rest of the way



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    Quote Originally Posted by Cub_StuckinSTL View Post
    Neither gets it IMO
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    AP only needs 139 yards a a game to get 2,000. Certainly looks possible. He had over 100 on the bears two weeks ago, (Play them this weekend), had 200 on the Packers, play them week 17, then HOU and STL.

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    Megatron in on pace for 1,904 with games against gb 18th ranked pass d by yards, Arizona 3rd in yards, atl 15th in yards and Chicago ranked 7th I don't see him doing it. I think he'll barely get over rices record but stay under 1,900 yards.

    Peterson is on pace for 1,928 right now. Going up against Chicago the 10th ranked rushing d by yards, stl 14th, Houston 3rd, and Green Bay 16th.


    I think the only way either of them gets it is if Chicago and GB are locked in their seedlings and rest players for week 17

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    I wanna see AP get past 2k!

    Give this guy some MVP/Comeback player votes!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cub_StuckinSTL View Post
    Megatron in on pace for 1,904 with games against gb 18th ranked pass d by yards, Arizona 3rd in yards, atl 15th in yards and Chicago ranked 7th I don't see him doing it. I think he'll barely get over rices record but stay under 1,900 yards.

    Peterson is on pace for 1,928 right now. Going up against Chicago the 10th ranked rushing d by yards, stl 14th, Houston 3rd, and Green Bay 16th.


    I think the only way either of them gets it is if Chicago and GB are locked in their seedlings and rest players for week 17
    Just ignore the fact that he got 100+ on the bears and 200 on GB right? He will shred STL. I also expect him to get close to 100 against Houston if he doesnt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MinnesotaFtw View Post
    Just ignore the fact that he got 100+ on the bears and 200 on GB right? He will shred STL. I also expect him to get close to 100 against Houston if he doesnt.
    Yeah he had 108 against the Bears but thats less than what he needs to average. If clay matthews plays its less than what he got, and you can say what you want but Houston's defense is legit I dont know if they've given up 100 yards on the ground all year but I could be wrong

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    For AP to be even on pace for 2000 after his injury is astounding. LT is probably my favorite player ever, but AP is the best runner since Barry IMO. I'm glad I get to see him play so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BCB mwat15 View Post
    For AP to be even on pace for 2000 after his injury is astounding. LT is probably my favorite player ever, but AP is the best runner since Barry IMO. I'm glad I get to see him play so much.
    He's averaging over 6 YPC!!
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