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Peterson Says He’ll Be Disappointed If He’s Not MVP Of The League

Vikings running back Adrian Peterson believes he’s is the NFL’s MVP.

“I will be a little disappointed (if I don’t win),” Peterson said on NFL AM. “I feel like I put in a good body of work this season coming off the injury. And what I’ve done to help my team, to be in the position. I kind of revert back to my freshman year, I felt like I got robbed out of the Heisman Trophy. I led the league and didn’t win the Doak Walker award. I know sometimes it’s higher up. We’ll see what happens.”

“Whether I win it or not, I feel like I am inside the MVP.”

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One Response to “Peterson Says He’ll Be Disappointed If He’s Not MVP Of The League”

  1. purplereign57 says:

    Let’s be honest and straightforward about this. The MVP award is usually reserved for a QB. They’ll give it to Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Andrew Luck, or Russell Wilson either one before AP gets it, and he won’t get it just because he came up 9 yards short of Dickerson’s record. I’ll be really shocked if they give it Peterson, even though he deserves it more than any of those QB’s.

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