If Adrian Peterson isn't even 100% healthy yet then defenses set to face Minnesota over the remainder of the season have a lot to worry about as he continues to recover from an ACL tear.
Peterson shredded Detroit's defense in Week 10, rushing for 171 yards and a touchdown in Minnesota's 34-24 win. It was the fourth game in a row in which he rushed for 123 yards or more and scored at least one touchdown. He leads the league in rushing with 1,128 yards -- 123 more than Marshawn Lynch who's ranked second -- and is the only running back in the NFL who has double-digit carries for more than 20 yards.
Despite such prodigious production, Peterson thinks he can get even better.
"I still can get stronger. I'm still not there, man. I'm pressing to get there," Peterson said after the Vikings' win over the Lions , via the Associated Press. "I'm going to come back stronger and better after the bye."
Hear that, Chicago?
While Peterson continued resurgence to the top of the running back totem pole, Titans running back Chris Johnson finally looked like Chris Johnson again and a couple of AFC North quarterbacks filled up stat sheets.
Cincinnati's Andy Dalton threw four touchdown passes and finally played four quarters without throwing an interception. Joe Flacco accounted for four of Baltimore's seven touchdowns, throwing three TD passes and rushing for another.
So who had the best performance of Week 10?
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