Found March 04, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson has made it his goal to out rush Adrian Peterson’s single season rushing record of 2,097 yards in 2013. But why? Why does Chris Johnson have a goal to beat Adrian Peterson’s rushing record versus getting to and winning the Super Bowl? While I will admit that Peterson led his team to the Playoffs on his back in 2012. The poor quarterback play of the Vikings led to their embarrassing loss in the Wild Card Playoff round in 2012... Read more
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