Peterson, Lynch to meet Sunday in battle of NFL's leading rushers

A sub-story to Sunday's game between the Vikings and Seahawks is the battle between the NFL's top two leading rushers. Adrian Peterson leads the league with 775 yards and Seattle's Marshawn Lynch is second with 757 yards.
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