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Denver Broncos running back C.J. Anderson looked impressive yet again on Sunday, rushing for 74-yards on 20 attempts with one score. But during a week in which he was slightly perturbed by a reporter asking him if he worked hard on his hands this offseason, Anderson showed off why he thinks he's always had good hands.

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What a difference eight weeks makes. Earlier in the 2015 season, week 5 to be exact, a much different looking Broncos squad defeated the Oakland Raiders 16-10 and failed to score an offensive touchdown for the second time in that point of the season. Denver, lead by 18-year veteran Peyton Manning, had a 9-7 lead until the magic that is...

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Like Peyton Manning, CJ Anderson has been doubted, scrutinized, and questioned during the first eight weeks of the Broncos season. The running back who shined so bright last year was a shadow of himself this year and many people really didn’t know why. For future reference folks, 24 year old’s don’t just go bad over night. I was able to catch CJ Anderson for...

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CJ Anderson is holding himself accountable for his performance on Sunday. Anderson was asked in the locker room Tuesday if the offensive line could’ve played better to help his game but Anderson took all the blame himself. “I don’t blame nothing on them, I blame everything on me. I can do a lot of things better; be more decisive, make...

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When Deadspin releases its annual Why Your Team Sucks series featuring an evisceration of all 32 NFL teams, you can either take the news with a smile or you can get upset. The fans who root for perennial losers like the Raiders, Redskins and Jaguars can expect no quarter as their teams are disemboweled for our enjoyment. But if you root for a...

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CJ Anderson rushed for 849 yards and 8 touchdowns in really only half a season for the Denver Broncos in 2014 but Anderson doesn’t think those numbers are good enough. “I don’t think I did enough to help my team win” Anderson said in the Broncos locker room on Wednesday after practice. Anderson wants to play at the highest level...

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77 rushing touchdowns. That’s what Montee Ball produced in college to set the NCAA career mark for rushing TDs. That success in college played a part in prompting the Broncos to draft him in the second round of the 2013 NFL draft. Just two years later, Montee Ball may not have a job in Denver. Ball was given ample opportunities in the final...

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C.J. Anderson thrives off hard work. And when the chips are down, he just keeps pushing. With all the talk of Montee Ball’s collapse and Ronnie Hillman’s rise, Anderson hasn’t gotten much attention heading into the 2015 NFL season. Which is fine. Because the C.J. I’ve grown familiar with over the last few years doesn’t care much about that sort...

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“Well they have to make room for Joe Don Duncan, so they can’t keep Ronnie Hillman.” “This is CJ Anderson’s team now, Ronnie Hillman is the odd man out.” “There won’t be enough carries to go around to justify keeping Hillman on the roster” Not so fast. These are all mutterings from fans and media alike i’ve heard about Ronnie...

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The best cornerback in the NFL in 2014 wasn’t Richard Sherman or Darrelle Revis. According to Pro Football Focus’ top 101 players of 2014, that title belongs to Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. He was thrown at 89 times during the season but did not allow a single touchdown. He allowed 46 receptions (51.7%), but those catches went for...

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