Feb. Anderson, DEN, at Cleveland: It’s now or ever for Anderson, who is stuck in a timeshare with Ronnie Hillman and still looking for a signature performance after emerging as a late season fantasy sensation in 2014. Ray Villeda reports.
Denver allowed just 100 passing yards on 32 attempts, a 3.7 yard average, and recorded two sacks and two interceptions in a 19 13 win in Week 1. Tebow was an all star in college, being the first to win the Heisman Trophy as a Sophomore and known for his dual threat capabilities with more running touchdown than some running backs have; his start in the NFL was questionable because of his throwing accuracy and the form he uses when throwing.
He was 23 of 39 passing for 198 yards. INJURIES: Among significant players who left games Sunday with leg injuries were Cleveland’s Pro Bowl center, Alex Mack, who had never missed a snap more than 5,000 in his NFL career until breaking his left leg; the Giants‘ salsa dancing receiver, Victor Cruz, who cried as he was driven off the field after tearing a tendon in his right knee while trying to make an end zone catch; Philadelphia’s do everything Darren Sproles, who hurt his left knee.