Broncos running back C.J. Anderson (toe) gained 27 yards on 12 carries and two yards on one reception (one target) in Thursday's 31-24 win over the Chiefs.

Anderson wasn't visibly bothered by his injury, but for a second week in a row, neither he nor the Denver offensive line played well. Ronnie Hillman again fared somewhat better than Anderson, gaining 34 yards on nine carries, but without any receptions.

According to Nathan Jahnke of Pro Football Focus, the snaps were split pretty evenly, with Anderson getting 42 and Hillman playing 31. Although his struggles have opened the door for Hillman to receive more touches, Anderson will probably get at least another game or two to prove that he should keep the starting job.

Anderson will try to turn things around next Sunday in Detroit.

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