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Notebook: Peterson surges with a FB in front

Adrian Peterson (Brace Hemmelgarn/US Presswire)

Adrian Peterson has never been a fan of running behind a fullback, but even he admits that some of his good plays have come behind Jerome Felton. The numbers say the vast majority have. Plus, Peterson talks about ball security, his tardiness to the stadium and the possibility of no Clay Matthews.

You would think that, coming off five consecutive 100-yard rushing games and the most prolific five-game stretch since his rookie season, Adrian Peterson would be happy with the layout of the offense. But, that wouldn't be completely accurate. As Peterson fielded a bevy of questions Thursday on various topics, one that came up was whether he is feeling more comfortable running behind a...

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