Adrian Peterson’s Bipolar Play

Posted: 29th December 2009 by Tom Torkelson in NFL
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Adrian Peterson is bipolar. In light of recent evidence (see, Bears-Vikings,á Dec. 28) he has made it absolutely clearáthere no continuity from one play to the next. Ball security issues were a concern (as well as his durability) as he came out ofáOklahoma and was eventually drafted by the Minnesota Vikings. He's a dazzling player, but as much of a threat he is to break a long play for a touchdown, the same can be said for his tendency to put the ball on the ground. Peterson has seven fumbles (six lost) in 15 games this season. The story many had their eye on this offseason for the Minnesota Vikings was the potential of a turnover machine offense, with Peterson's fumbling issues, and newly-acquired quarterback Brett Favre's interception-prone ways. So far, only half of those fears have ...

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