Monday February 8th, 2016

Broncos running back C.J. Anderson ripped off an impressive 34-yard run in the second quarter of the Super Bowl against the Panthers. 

Anderson, Denver’s third-year running back, took a handoff up the middle and ran through numerous would-be tacklers, including star Carolina linebacker Luke Keuchly to pick up a big chunk of yardage. 

Denver’s drive ended three plays later, however, when Kony Ealy picked off Peyton Manning. 

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