The Denver Broncos are on a roll. Not only have they won two straight games, but they've had a player take home AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors in back-to-back weeks.
In Week 12 vs. New England, Anderson rushed for 113 yards on 15 carries (7.5 YPC) and two touchdowns, including the game-winner in overtime.
Anderson's 48-yard touchdown was the fourth-longest overtime rushing score in NFL history. He also caught four passes for 40 yards.
This award marks the second conference honor of Anderson's career and the 59th time a Bronco has earned it since it's inception.
Earning conference honors in back-to-back weeks has only happened twice before in team history. Mike Anderson won OPoW honors in back-to-back weeks in 2000 (Weeks 13-14) and Gary Kubiak and John Elway pulled it off in 1984 (Weeks 9-10).
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