Adrian Peterson probable for Week 15, fantasy value remains high

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Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson (abdomen) is listed as probable for Week 15. We break down the fantasy implications.

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has been listed as probable for Week 15 after missing practice time this week because of an abdomen injury. Peterson participated in practice on Friday, a day after being held out. Peterson is expected to play on Sunday against the St. Louis Rams.

Peterson has had seven straight 100-yard games, including last weekend's 154-yard, two-touchdown effort in a win over the Chicago Bears. He has scored eight touchdowns since Week 7.

Fantasy Impact: Peterson is the top running back in fantasy football and there was never any serious concern that he would miss this weekend's game against the Rams.

He is again the No. 1 fantasy option at running back for Week 15 and is a must-start in all formats.

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