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Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has been averaging 106 yards per game over the past six meeting with the Bears at Solider Field.
Peterson told 1500 ESPN that it’s very easy for him to gain 100 in a single game.
“Every time I don’t get 100 [yards], I think ‘wow,’” Peterson said. “Because it’s so easy to get 100.”
Peterson only had 93 yards rushing during last week’s loss to the Lions. He expects things to be a little easier against Chicago.
“[The Bears] have good D-tackles, but they’re not Detroit up front,” Peterson said. “Not to take anything away from those guys, Julius Peppers, they got great guys as well. We just need to go and be physical, make our presence felt.”
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