GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — C.J. Anderson was looking for a job last week. The Los Angeles Rams needed a running back.
It was a marriage of convenience that turned out so well for everyone on Sunday, except the Arizona Cardinals.
And almost nothing is going well for them.
Anderson, the former Denver Bronco playing five days after he was signed off the street by Los Angeles, rushed for 167 yards — one shy of his career high — and the Rams bounced back from a pair of losses to %href_on(file: