With two games left in the season, C.J. Anderson is nearing a career milestone that has eluded him in his four previous seasons in the NFL. He needs just 142 yards to eclipse 1,000 rushing yards on the season, which would be the Broncos' first 1,000-yard rushing season since Knowshon Moreno's 2013 season. "I just think it's a good milestone for myself, but also for up front and our team as a whole," Anderson said Wednesday. "… Even though we're not having the season we want to, it still feels good to have certain milestones hit and reached with our goals. Hopefully we can reach those." But for Anderson to reach his, he'll need to ensure he escapes the clutches of outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan far more often than not on Sunday. Kerrigan, one of Washington's three Pro Bowlers, has the ability to wreck plays in the backfield, run or pass. If Anderson can stay away from Kerrigan, odds are he'll be picking up positive yardage and helping the Broncos have another effective day on the ground.