Packers Really Like Adrian Peterson

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Adrian Peterson

Adrian Peterson

When the Green Bay Packers face the Minnesota Vikings this weekend, running back Adrian Peterson will have a shot at history. That means the Packers have a shot at infamy, to a degree.

If he gains 208 yards, Peterson will surpass Eric Dickerson‘s single-season NFL rushing mark.

No chance, you say?

Well, Peterson had 210 against the Packers earlier this season, so he does have some kind of a chance. We don’t think it’s a very good one though.

The Packers played that earlier game without Clay Matthews and they’ve improved dramatically against the run since he’s returned. Plus, you know the Packers will be keenly aware of the record and focused on Peterson.

And since everyone’s asking, yeah, the Packers love Adrian Peterson. Here’s a sampling of how the Packers are drooling all over him.

“I mean, I respect Adrian Peterson a lot,” said cornerback Sam Shields. “He’s a great running back. But he’s a big threat. We need to stop him.”

“Oh man, he is a great running back. I can’t think of anyone better,” said Packers running back DuJuan Harris. “He’s been working, he just got back from the injury and that’s a great feat for him to accomplish – after that kind of injury.”

“He’s a great guy. I’ve gotten to know him outside of football,” said Packers linebacker Clay Matthews. “You’d love to see a guy who has worked so hard and has overcome so much to win that crown – but ultimately that is against our defense. I don’t think any of us want to see that happen. We’ll do our best to try and contain him. He’s a fantastic guy, he’ll make his plays, but let’s hope we don’t give up 200 yards again to him.”

“If anybody deserves to get the record, it’s definitely AP. No doubt about it,” said cornerback Tramon Williams. “But unfortunately, they’re playing us. We want to put our best foot forward. It’s going to be a tough task. We know that already.”

Have you ever heard the Packers polishing an opponent’s knob so much before a game before?

Neither have we.

At least they’ll be focused on him on Sunday. Our money says he doesn’t get the record.

About The Author

Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.

12 Comments on "Packers Really Like Adrian Peterson"

  1. Kozak

    The key for the Pack is to score early and often, taking the Queens out of their running game. See how easy that was?

  2. Iltarion

    I would much rather have Adrian Peterson beat us than Christian Ponder. Really, the only reason AP has his success is because Ponder has been playing better. Ponder is really, REALLY, under-rated. We got to double team their receivers and take some chances on the run. Good luck TT &MM.. I’m a DB.

  3. Chris Restivo

    Yeah AP running all over your ass, and Ponder outdueling Rodgers. Sorry guys but your team is old as shit, and we are young and on the rise. Watch out for us to go to the BOWL!!

    • Savage57

      …and then, after taking one more hit off the crack pipe, Chris decided that jumping on the Packers website and talking some senseless shit seemed like a good idea.

  4. White Lightning

    Lets stop feeding this Vikings troll. It seems like Vikings fans, much like the annoying kid that wouldn’t shut up when we all were growing up, will go away when ignored. Plus some of this garbage he’s spewing out he can’t even honestly believe right?

  5. Drunk on Duval Street

    Lightning’s right. This Chris kid has nothing of consequence to say. The Pack is a 3 point favorite and should be able to wax the floor with these clowns on Sunday. I personally think this game is being way over-hyped. The Packers have a far superior team and are playing great on all phases. The Vikings have a great RB but have a hard time turning field goals into TD’s. If MN wins this game it’s because the Pack makes costly turnovers and plays without heart. I doubt that happens.

    GB 38
    MN 24

    Go Pack Go!

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