Adrian Peterson is on record as saying rushing for 100 yards per game is "so easy."
Fantasy football? Not so much.
The Vikings' All-World running back told USA Today's For The Win that being the consensus top NFL fantasy player is a "headache."
“I don’t wanna say it’s so worksome, but it gets worksome,” Peterson said. “You’ve got so many different personalities out there. You’ve got people that’s cheering you on and people that beat you down because you didn’t score a touchdown or get this amount of yards. So, it’s cool but then again it’s a headache as well. It’s more of a headache if you let it bother you, which I don’t.”
Peterson totaled 107 yards in Week 2 -- roughly 10.7 fantasy points. That probably didn't sit too well with some owners, who he says really get into their hobby.
“I’ve heard some crazy responses,” Peterson said. “Not just through Twitter but just in person, like wow. Did I just get threatened to rush for 100 yards? You would think it be