Winner: Adrian Peterson
To the surprise of no one, Adrian Peterson completely annihilated the Bears’ last-ranked run defense on Sunday, piling up 211 yards and single-handedly setting up the game-winning field goal in overtime, all while nursing a groin injury. Along the way, he passed 10,000 yards rushing for his career. Peterson is now the fifth player in NFL history with 10,000 rushing yards in his first seven seasons. Only Hall of Famers Jim Brown and Eric Dickerson did it faster. (Getty Photo)
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