Adrian Peterson had 861 rushing yards in December, the most any player has ever gained in any month in NFL history. So it’s not exactly a surprise that he was chosen as the NFC’s offensive player of the month.

But while the honor isn’t surprising, the production Peterson had in December was stunning. To illustrate just how great Peterson’s December was, consider this: Of the 32 NFL teams, 14 of them didn’t have a single player rush for 861 yards for the entire season. Here’s a list of players who were the leading rushers on their teams who had fewer yards for the entire season than Peterson had in December:

LeSean McCoy, Eagles, 840 yards

Vick Ballard, Colts, 814 yards

Michael Turner, Falcons, 800 yards

Mikel Leshoure, Lions, 798 yards

DeAngelo Williams, Panthers, 737 yards

Willis McGahee, Broncos, 731 yards

Darren McFadden, Raiders, 707 yards

Ryan Mathews, Chargers, 707 yards

DeMarco Murray, Cowboys, 663 yards

Jonathan Dwyer, Steelers, 623 yards

Mark Ingram, Saints, 602 yards

Alex Green, Packers 464 yards

Maurice Jones-Drew, Jaguars, 414 yards

LaRod Stephens-Howling, Cardinals, 357 yards

Peterson’s December would have made him the leading rusher on nearly half the teams in the league, including the two teams that have home-field advantage throughout the conference playoffs.

In five December games, Peterson had 210, 154, 212, 86 and 199 yards, and he was the biggest reason the Vikings rode a four-game winning streak to the playoffs. Now the Vikings will hope they can ride Peterson to another four-game winning streak in the postseason.