C.J. Anderson Comments on Role in Broncos Offense

February 11, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Denver Broncos running back C.J. Anderson picked the perfect time to carry the team's running game. Having not rushed the ball more than 16 times during Denver's first 18 games of the season, Anderson attempted 23 rushes for 90 yards and a touchdown in Super Bowl 50 against the Carolina Panthers. 
Anderson, who shared carries with Ronnie Hillman all season, told NBC Sports Radio (via Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk) on Thursday that he can be the main man in the Denver backfield: 
Oh, I know that’s something I can do. You know, we chose to go the two-back route and we chose to split time with me and Ronnie [Hillman] and just try to get a change of pace. You know, keep defenses off balance. But I mean if they want me to touch the ball 25 times, 27 times, 28 times, either way whether it’s all carries or carries and catches I believe I can handle it always, whether it’s being a third-down back catching the ball out of the backfield or ...

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