CJ Anderson has had a lot of success so far with the Los Angeles Rams. After an off-year with the Carolina Panthers, he was released and signed with the Oakland Raiders, where he did not last long.
Then the Rams called and he was inserted into the offense right away.
During the last two weeks of the regular season, Anderson topped 100 yards on the ground. He carried the football 43 times for 299 yards—in just those two games alone.
In the postseason this year, Anderson carried the ball 39 times for 167 yards in relief of Todd Gurley. Gurley had just four carries for 10 yards on Sunday in New Orleans.
This is an exciting opportunity for Anderson. After winning Super Bowl 50, three years ago, he is on his way to Atlanta to earn his second Super Bowl victory.
That is pretty great. It is special.