Found December 24, 2011 on
At 2-12, the Minnesota Vikings would seem to present less of a challenge than the New York Giants, whom the Redskins dominated last week. But Washington must stop Adrian Peterson and Percy Harvin.
And can the Redskins go an entire game without a turnover?
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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Among the many records Minnesota Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson has captured during his short five-year NFL career, there is one particular mark he holds above all the others.
Peterson has said his favorite record is the all-time, single-game rushing mark he set as a rookie, when he ran for 296 yards in just his eighth game as a pro.
An MRI confirmed that Minnesota Vikings' running back Adrian Peterson tore both his ACL and MCL against Washington on Saturday afternoon. The injuries likely will keep Peterson sidelined for at least nine months and could jeopardize his career in the NFL.Though likely difficult for Peterson to accept, he does at least have the comfort of tens of millions in guaranteed money...
LANDOVER, Md. -- Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson tore a ligament in his left knee Saturday after taking a direct hit in a 33-26 win over the Washington Redskins. An MRI showed the anterior cruciate ligament tear after the team returned to Minnesota. Peterson said he knew "it was something bad" the moment he was hit and that he was in "severe pain"...
The Vikings' star running back has not had many touches since he was in peak form at midseason.
Bad news for AP and the Vikings as an MRI confirmed he tore both his ACL and MCL, which could keep him out of action until next September.
Adrian Peterson's serious knee injury cast a somber aura over the Vikings, but Joe Webb was dynamic as he picked up the slack for both Peterson and banged-up Christian Ponder.
ANALYSIS/OPINION This time, there was nowhere for the Washington Redskins to hide. Injuries? Heck, the Minnesota Vikings lost their All-Pro running back (Adrian Peterson) and starting quarterback (rookie Christian Ponder) on the first two snaps of the second half. Nothing to play for? Who has less to play for than ...
The first two plays of the second half of last Saturday's Vikings road finale in Washington brought disaster to the team in this train wreck of a season.Adrian Peterson took a shot to the knee after a three-yard gain, and left the game with what he later said was a serious injury. It was later revealed that AP suffered a torn ACL and MCL, and may very well miss the start of the...
LANDOVER, Md. (AP) -- Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson injured his left knee, and Christian Ponder suffered a concussion on consecutive plays Saturday against the Washington Redskins.