Vikings RB Adrian Peterson says Redskins CB DeAngelo Hall slapped him
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Vikings RB Adrian Peterson says Redskins CB DeAngelo Hall slapped him

During the Washington Redskins' 38-26 win over the Minnesota Vikings, things may have gotten a little physical. According to running back Adrian Peterson @AdrianPeterson, Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall slapped him in the face after a play. Peterson told The Star Tribune, "He slapped me in the face after a tackle. I was just telling him, 'Hey, don't do me like that brother.'" Peterson finished the game with 79 yards on 17 carries.

Fantasy Analysis:

Hall's chippy play should be nothing new to Redskins' fans. Also, who knew you could slap Peterson in the face and all he'd say is "Hey, don't do that!" Will anything come of this? Probably not, but for some reason I find it funny. Hall always has something to say and is known for trying to get into his opponents' head. On the same day that Tom Brady almost got into it with a Seattle defensive back, it's really just part of the game.

Source:
Dan Wiederer via Twitter

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How is this relevant to either player's fantasy value?

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ln307 10/17/12 12:50 PM

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