The Vikings — as Solomon Wilcots alludes to in this video — are operating on the assumption that Brett Favre is going to play this season. RB Adrian Peterson might be a little bit more optimistic, telling Wilcots that he hopes that Favre can play two or three more years.
And then Peterson said that he would like to have a flying car like they used to drive around in the Jetsons.
Alright, that last one might be an exaggeration. But seriously, which do you think is more likely to happen, two or three years of Favre, or flying cars? Of course, that also would mean two or three more years of “Favre watch.”
Peterson also said that he wants to take his game to another level. He’s trying to do that by toting a 14-pound football during practice in an effort to take care of the ball this season. Peterson, you might remember, handled the football in the NFC Championship Game the same way a farmer would handle a greased pig.