C.J. Anderson Staying Humble Despite Playing Hero in Broncos’ Huge Win over Pats

November 30, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Denver Broncos knocked off the undefeated New England Patriots on Sunday Night Football by a score of 30-24. It was a huge win for the Broncos, and they had to go into overtime to beat arguably the AFC’s best team.
Denver's offense fought hard all night, and they had to battle back from a 14-point deficit. The engine to the offense was running back C.J. Anderson. He scored two rushing touchdowns in the game—one in the fourth quarter and one to finish the game in overtime. Anderson finished the game with 113 rushing yards on 15 carries.
Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak liked what he saw from Anderson on Sunday night.
“I saw confidence. He was very confident. Actually, he said something to me on one of the drives down there when we had like third-and-3 `at the 3 [yard line]—'Coach, give it to me.' I love players like that."
"That's what you want to here,” Kubiak summarized. “I think C.J. has gained confidence in what we do offensi...

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