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GMC Never Say Never Moment: Adrian Peterson

The NFL announced Friday that the fans selected Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson for the GMC Never Say Never Moment of the Week.

Peterson surpassed the 10,000-yard rushing mark for his career after going for 211 yards to lead the Vikings to an upset win over the Bears.


Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings

Peterson powers Vikings to overtime win: A week after playing to a tie against the Green Bay Packers, the Minnesota Vikings came close to becoming the first team since 1971 to play back-to-back ties. Instead, running back Adrian Peterson helped set up kicker Blair Walsh's game-winning 34-yard field goal for a 23-20 win. Walsh's initial field goal attempt of overtime was nullified by a penalty, and a second attempt from 57 yards out was not successful. Peterson surpassed the 10,000-yard rushing mark for his career after going for 211 yards against the Bears.

Stephen Gostkowski, New England Patriots

Patriots' Gostkowski boots two long field goals late in win: The Houston Texans built a 10-0 lead and then traded the lead five times with the Patriots in a wild second half that was finally decided on a 53-yard field goal by kicker Stephen Gostkowski. It was the second of two successful 53-yard attempts for Gostkowski as the Patriots tied the game and then won it, 34-31. Quarterback Tom Brady threw for two touchdowns in the win.

William Moore, Atlanta Falcons

Moore's forced fumble helps Falcons end skid:Atlanta Falcons safety William Moore set up the decisive score by forcing a fumble on the Buffalo Bills' first possession of overtime. The play helped the Falcons prevail in the back-and-forth tussle in Toronto, 34-31, on kicker Matt Bryant's 36-yard field goal. It was the Falcons' first road win this season.

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