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Adrian Peterson Record Watch

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by GeronimoJackson, Dec 30, 2012.

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  1. GeronimoJackson Starter

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    Holy crap, did y'all see that last run by AP? CJ might have faster top speed, but even he lacks that kind of explosiveness and burst, and this is coming after a career threatening injury. Amazing. I really hope he does break the record, he deserves this.
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  2. Ensconatus Namaste

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    Yea 64 yards after he nocked off a 26 harder....
  3. Obie09 Starter

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    Except that 26 yarder shouldn't have happened because he fumbled.
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    I think he gets it btw
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    Didn't fumble. Knee was down.
  6. JCBRAVE Welcome to my world, now sit down and listen up

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    Hope he gets it
    Ensconatus and Obie09 high five this.
  7. Obie09 Starter

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    Ball was clearly coming out IMO from the last angle they showed as he was coming down.
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    He was holding it in his hand. Didn't come out til it hit the ground.
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    Replay showed he had control of it when the knee was down, not my opinion.

    Oh wait..never mind, I know what you're doing now... silly me. ;)
  10. Obie09 Starter

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    It was touching his hand yes but he wasn't actually holding it. I thought it wasn't a fumble either until the last angle if you look closely at the ball.

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