Adrian Peterson is secure with his place as the NFL's top running back after his MVP season.
Peterson, the Minnesota Vikings' MVP back who ran for 2,097 yards last season, isn't going to get dragged into any back-and-forth social media bickering or comparisons about who is the league's best running back. Tennessee Titans Chris Johnson seemed to stir up the long debate last week when he said he would rush for more yards in 2014 than Peterson.
Appearing on ESPN's NFL Live last week, Johnson was asked which of the two backs will have more yards next season.
"Of course, 2K," Johnson said, going by his moniker of CJ2K when he ran for 2,006 yards in 2009.
Monday, Peterson responded via Twitter, sort of.
"Why would or should I care about what CJ has to say? Before you tweet what he's saying, ask yourself that question! MVPeterson," Peterson tweeted (@AdrianPeterson).
Peterson simply points to his MVP award to end any current debate. Peterson is only the third back to ...