EDEN PRAIRIE —
Qualifying for the postseason is always a stretch a year after a 3-13 record, but maybe more so with a passing attack that has netted 150 yards or fewer in six of 13 games this season. But after a career-most 31 carries in last week’s win over Chicago, Peterson isn’t wearing down now.
He has enough motivation and momentum, whether he’s successful in these quests or not, to accomplish more yet that NFL convention insists he’s not supposed to.
“They don’t call me ‘All Day’ for no reason,” he said. “I don’t plan on hitting no walls.”