2015 Strength of Schedule - DEN
Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.
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Sunday, July 5, 2015, 3:09pm
Broncos beat writer Troy Renck talked about C.J. Anderson and what could be expected of this season.
Renck: I believe C.J. Anderson, a bowling ball with legs, can roll for 1,400 yards. He will be physically prepared for the grind. Just as Terrell Davis paved the way for the Broncos' first Super Bowl, Anderson holds the key to making life easier on QB Peyton Manning. It might not be circa 1997, but Anderson can be plenty good enough.
We rank Anderson 10th among our RBs, and he's been going in drafts around the middle of the second round. Over the final eight weeks, Anderson averaged 24.0 touches for 132 yards and 1.3 TD, and was the #1 RB in that span. If the Broncos commit to Anderson (and why wouldn’t they?), he should thrive under new HC Gary Kubiak, who just coaxed a career year out of journeyman Justin Forsett. We don't have Anderson going for 1,400 yards, but should crack the 1,000 yard mark as Ronnie Hillman and Monte Ball could steal some work.
Posted by Scot Berggren
Friday, January 9, 2015 - 11:07am
Divisional Round – Ronnie Hillman vs. Indianapolis Colts
After missing the previous six games due to a foot injury, Ronnie Hillman played in the regular season finale two weeks ago. He actually had more rushes than C.J. Anderson in the blowout of the Raiders, but will be the Broncos No. 2 RB heading into the postseason. Even if Denver is able to make it back to the Super Bowl, Hillman should only be a reserve starter on your fantasy roster.