Emmitt rushed for 18,355 yrds in 14 seasons... now I dont see how this record could be brokin for one simple reason... running backs just arent lasting as long as they used to... look at LT.. Shaun Alexander, Priest Holmes, Larry Johnson and more im prolly just forgetting but u get the point. not only that, more and more coaches are realizing this, and switching to multi back backfields making it even more difficult to gain big numbers on the ground (in a season, let alone one's career) Now if anyone in the league right now could do it, its Adrian Peterson... my concern with him is his running style... theres no way he will last in this league with the violent way he runs... have u ever seen some of the shots he takes during a game?? not just that the coaches run him like crazy. if he is lucky he'll last 8 to 9 years IF he is lucky... so assuming thats correct he would have to gain around 2,000 yards a season to have a chance so he's already behind schedule. when u look at the backs who last in this league and put up big numbers, u'll see that the majority are smaller backs who know how to avoid contact. Interesting Fact: The top 4 RBs in all-time rushing yards are all under 6 ft tall and all under 210 pounds.. coincidence? Peterson doesnt avoid contact, he seeks it.. which i love about him, but it usually doesnt spell out a long lasting career. now theres always an exception to the rule.. Jerome Bettis for example... the only big contact seeking back that I know of to last longer then 10 years (productively) which is why he made my top 10 assholes lol but he was a freak of nature. so what do u think? will it or will it not be brokin?