With C.J. Anderson unavailable due to an injury, Bibbs made the most of his opportunities against the Raiders. When the Broncos trailed by 17 points in the fourth quarter, Bibbs handled a screen pass from Trevor Siemian and proceeded to enter the end zone 69 yards later.
It was a very, very nice run after the catch:
That was Bibbs' first career touchdown. It might've come in what was essentially garbage time, but that's a play that shouldn't go unnoticed.
Those kinds of plays don't happen often.
Kapri Bibbs' 69-yard catch and run TD is the longest reception by a @Broncos RB since Clinton Portis had a 72-yard reception in 2003 at KC— NFL Research (@NFLResearch) November 7, 2016
I don't want to overreact to one play, but with Anderson sidelined and Devontae Booker struggling Sunday night, maybe Bibbs deserves a few more touches. Anderson might be on board with that idea.