Adrian Peterson adds another 100-yard game to his resume

Tanya Simon
October 15, 2019

It marked Peterson's 55th career 100-yard game.

After benching Josh Rosen in another lackluster showing, the Dolphins were able to score 13-unanswered points in the fourth quarter.

Rosen's replacement, Ryan Fitzpatrick, sparked a rally and led two touchdown drives, including a 75-yard march that began with 2:02 left. With an opportunity to tie the game with a PAT, Miami coach Brian Flores opted to go for two and the win. However, you never know what can happen close to the goal line.

For the Redskins, although they hurt their chances of earning the No. 1 overall pick, they're still not dead yet in the NFC East. Washington plays in the wackiest division in football, and if you need proof, just consider this: With the Cowboys' loss to the Jets on Sunday, the Redskins sit just two games out of first place.

In four games, Keenum completed 68% of his passes for 970 yards while throwing seven touchdown passes and four interceptions.

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McLaurin, a third-round draft pick who has been one of the Redskins' few bright spots this year, totaled four receptions for 100 yards.

The Redskins offense revolved around Adrian Peterson on Sunday and Peterson ended up making Callahan look like a genius with 23 carries for 118 yards.

A general view of Sun Life Stadium during a game between the Miami Dolphins and the Buffalo Bills on September 27, 2015 in Miami Gardens, Florida.

The Dolphins used six offensive linemen at times and converted two fourth downs, one with special teams trickery. Rosen went 15 for 25 for only 85 yards.

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