The Vikings offense got off to a good start against the Seahawks. Or should I say Adrian Peterson did. AD took a second down hand off and looked like he was going to get stopped in the backfield. But he was able to break it outside, throw two stiff-arms and then cut back toward the middle of the field. And then he was off to the races. At the very end, Peterson seemed to slow up, or maybe he ran out of gas. This allowed Brandon Browner to catch him short of the end zone. Peterson punched it in two plays later to give the Vikings an early lead. The last few weeks Adrian has been unstoppable. Seattle better strap it on the rest of the game.
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