The only guy in the history of bad injuries that can comeback way before the norm and play at the same level before he left. At least that's what we saw with his last injury in which he tore his ACL, returned 9 months later, and won the league MVP. If there's anything AP has taught us, it's to never doubt him, so I won't. I'm not going to ignore the fact that his O-line is miserable, he's 3 years older than he was when he made his original injury comeback, and he wasn't producing in the beginning of the season before he got injured as well. That could all mean nothing because after all it is AP, the regular laws of physics and human nature in general just don't apply to him. I'm starting to feel like this is the end for him though, once these older stars in any sport start getting injuries it snowballs, and before you know it he can't make it through a full season because his body just won't allow it. Especially as a running back, you get hit almost every play, you can't expect to have a 15 year career, you're lucky if you get 10 like AP has. Still this is huge for a Minnesota offense that has been able to produce next to nothing in the scoring department. Will he be Minnesota's savior, no, they're done, I'll be surprised if they can win 2 of the next 3, let alone 3 straight. Can't knock him for trying to carry this team on his back like he's done so many times before, might be too little too late though.