-- GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Adrian Peterson said last week he still has it.
He showed it Sunday.
Peterson, who was traded to the Cardinals on Tuesday from the Saints, rushed for 54 yards on four carries on Arizona's opening drive, topping it off with a 27-yard touchdown up the middle to give Arizona a 7-0 lead a little more than three minutes into Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
He added a second score and topped the 130-yard rushing mark midway through the fourth quarter.?
Peterson injected life into a dormant Cardinals run game. He, alone, had more yards on the first drive of the game than the 51.8 yards per game Arizona has averaged thus far this season.
Peterson finished the first half with 85 yards on 11 carries, a 7.7 yards per carry average. Peterson had just 81 yards rushing in four games with the Saints. He passed the 100-yard mark early in the third quarter, making it the first time he has rushed for 100 or more yards in a game since 2015.
"I have so much left," Peterson said Wednesday after being traded to the Cardinals. "I look to play at least four to five more years, God willing. I have a lot left in the tank. Stay tuned."