NFL March Madness: East regional

Jonathan Daniel

Great catches, impressive runs and a combination of both make up the candidates in the East region of NFL March Madness. You know it's a strong bracket when Adrian Peterson is the No. 8 seed.

NFL March Madness continues with a loaded East regional. Adrian Peterson has a few entrants in this touchdown tournament, but he's an underdog in the East, checking in as the No. 8 seed.

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If Peterson is going to advance through the East, he's going to have defeat his former teammate Percy Harvin who is one of the top contenders with his ridiculous touchdown against Tennessee. Jacoby Jones' 56-yard Super Bowl touchdown is the No. 4 seed in the East and a potential sleeper pick to advance through the regional. It won't have an easy path, however, as it's first matchup is against a game-winning touchdown.

Here is a look at the complete East region.

The East -- First Round

(1) Percy Harvin Has Moves On Moves vs.
(8) Adrian Peterson Off To The Races
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(2) Doug Martin Muscle Hamsters Past Atlanta vs.
(7) Mohamed Sanu Has Skills
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(3) The Packers Can't Stop Larry Fitzgerald vs.
(6) C.J. Spiller Breaks Away
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(4) Jacoby Jones Super Bowl Spin vs.
(5) Vick Ballard Dives FTW
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