Tag: CJ Anderson
Finishing last season with a poor 27th ranked offense, the Denver Broncos are in need of playmakers, specifically at the running back position.
If the Broncos go running back early, I'm hoping they choose McCaffrey based on skill, and more importantly, on character.
If he's healthy, the former Kansas City All-Pro offers exactly what the Broncos need: An affordable, team-oriented, championship-hungry back.
People seem to ignore a main issue for the Broncos: the run game. Who will be the running back of the future in the Mile High City?
Instead of bowling over defenders, Anderson will be simply be bowling. For $50 ($30 for youths), you can be a part, getting paired with a pro in the event.
The Broncos running game averaged just 92.8 yards per game, ranking them 27th out of 32 teams. So, how did the individual backs do?
The Falcons and the Patriots had a few commonalities, What both teams had in common above all else was depth and talent at the running back position.
Forsett also admitted that retirement is an option during an interview with Eric Goodman and Les Shapiro on Mile High Sports Radio last month.
We can find a number of key instances that played a huge role in the Broncos coming up short in the end this season. Here are five of the biggest:
Denver Broncos running back C.J. Anderson is on the run. Surly, he wishes it was over opponents in the NFL postseason. Instead it was on a treadmill