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NFL March Madness: No. 6 'Adrian Peterson Cares Not For Your Arm Tackles' vs. No 7 'Jamaal Charles Is Really Fast'

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It's running back vs. running back in this Sweet 16 matchup. Adrian Peterson broke a few tackles on the way to the endzone while Jamaal Charles has speed for days. Which running back will advance?

John David Mercer-US PRESSWIRE

West Region -- Second Round

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(6) Adrian Peterson Cares Not For Your Arm Tackles vs.

(7) Jamaal Charles Is Really Fast

(6) Adrian Peterson Cares Not For Your Arm Tackles

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Despite being a No. 6 seed, Peterson is the higher seed in this matchup. He received a whopping 81 percent of the vote in his first round matchup against Jermaine Gresham. Three of Peterson's 2012 touchdowns remain alive in the Sweet 16 and if this one advances, it could face another Peterson touchdown in the Elite 8.

(7) Jamaal Charles Is Really Fast

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Jamaal Charles' 91-yard touchdown run proved to be more impressive than Marshawn Lynch's touchdown run in the first round as Charles collected 60 percent of the vote to win easily. Knocking off Peterson could be a bigger challenge as the NFL MVP was a big vote-getter in the first round.

Who has your vote?

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