Film Study Led To C.J. Anderson’s 4th Quarter Touchdown

DENVER (CBS4) – Running back C.J. Anderson said Denver’s experience against Carolina played a role in the screen pass that he turned into a touchdown, helping to launch the Broncos’ comeback.

C.J. Anderson scores a touchdown against the Panthers on Sept. 8, 2016. (credit: Evan Semón/CBS)

C.J. Anderson scores a touchdown against the Panthers on Sept. 8, 2016. (credit: Evan Semón/CBS)

“It’s a (defensive) look we saw last year during film of the Super Bowl,” Anderson said. “We knew when we got down in the red-zone area that we thought it would be a good play. We just had a feeling when we got that look.”

Anderson went 25 yards for the touchdown on the first play of the fourth quarter.

“I did enough to make it look like I was really blocking (Panthers linebacker) Thomas Davis and just slipped out,” he said. “The rest was in the end zone. It was a great block by our O-linemen, but it was a really great block by D.T. (Demaryius Thomas) down by the goal line to get me in.”

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