Running back C.J. Anderson sits just 54 yards from his first 1,000-yard rushing season, and linebacker Derrick Johnson may be one of the only players who stands in his way. The veteran player also poses a threat in the middle of the field, but if Anderson can escape his grasp, he'll accomplish something that hasn't been done for the Broncos since 2013. "Some people forget I had knee surgery last year," Anderson said. "I had surgery last year, so coming away with 1,000 for this season coming off of knee surgery, I think, is an accomplished and successful season. Staying healthy, that helps too. We have one game to do it. I know the big boys want me to get it and we want to get it. I think that's a positive in our season. Hopefully at the same time — we know the Chiefs, they're going to play man-to-man. — hopefully we can find a way to get 'D.T.' [WR Demaryius Thomas] his sixth straight [1,000-yard receiving season] too."