Losing isn't helping Peterson's legacy

Adrian Peterson has been compared to some of the greatest running backs in NFL history. While he may have the talent to make the comparisons true, he doesn't have a Super Bowl ring to match many of the all-time stars. All of the recent losing isn't helping Adrian's legacy.
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Adrian Peterson has been compared to some of the greatest running backs in NFL history. While he may have the talent to make the comparisons true, he doesn't have a Super Bowl ring to match many of the all-time stars. All of the recent losing isn't helping Adrian's legacy.

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