Adrian Peterson is no stranger to the record books. Throughout his illustrious career, the dominant running back has accomplished many feats that will allow him to go down as one of the best to ever do it when he decides to call it a career.
But, until that time comes, he'll just continue to move up on lists and set records. The latest came on Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles when Peterson found the end zone on a 10-yard rush. With the score, he tied Walter Payton for fourth all-time on the rushing touchdowns list with 110.
Another achievement in what has been a phenomenal career, the 34-year-old runner has shown no signs of slowing down in 2019. Entering Week 15, Peterson needed 282 yards to reach 1,000 on the year. Getting to that mark would put AP in some rare company.
As long as Adrian Peterson is on the field, no record is safe.
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