Fantasy Football Advice: Draft Adrian Peterson, Call Me Maybe Parody Video Says

Your's truly actually has his fantasy football draft Wednesday evening and, honestly, there hasn't been enough research put in during this year's pre-draft process. I've already checked out what our friends over at SB Nation's fantasy page had to say, of course, but there always seems to be room for more advice when big money bragging rights are on the line.

So, along that line of thinking, I'm forever indebted to the great Michael Rand over at the Star Tribune for bringing to my attention the latest Call Me Maybe parody video, this time featuring some random dudes vouching for the health of Adrian Peterson's knee.

That is without a doubt the best Peterson impersonator I've ever watched sing Carly Rae Jepsen songs and, after seeing him in the video walking around in the mall, I've decided All Day's knee is indeed health enough to be worth a draft pick.

Kudos to you, random dudes and lady.

Stay with this StoryStream for more Vikings preseason coverage, and head over to Daily Norseman for more news on the team. Also visit SB Nation's NFL hub for even more analysis from around the league.

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