In his last game out, Peterson ran the ball a career-high 37 times and he's ready for a similar workload versus the Seahawks tonight. Cardinals HC Bruce Arians said Peterson's workload will be about the same as it was last week and Peterson is up for the challenge.
"If that's what it takes, I'll just make sure my body is ready to roll," Peterson said. "If it's 30, I'm all in for it. If it's 15 and that's what they give me, I'll make them the best 15 I have."
In three games as a Cardinal, Peterson has averaged 24.7 carries per game, with two performances of 25+ carries. In a neutral matchup, according to our aFPA metric, we have Peterson ranked as our No. 13 RB in standard leagues. The Cardinals will most likely have a more run-heavy game plan with Drew Stanton under center, but no RB has ran for over 100 yards versus the Seahawks since Week 3 (DeMarco Murray, 115 yards), and only one back has tallied 20+ carries against them (Lamar Miller, 21 carries).