Von Miller produced a career performance to take home the Super Bowl 50 MVP award on Sunday evening as the Denver Broncos ran out 24-10 winners over the Carolina Panthers.
The linebacker racked up six tackles, 2.5 sacks and forced two game-defining fumbles as he put Cam Newton and the Panthers to the sword at Levi's Stadium.
Miller, of course, was already known as one of the NFL's premier pass rushers before yesterday's season finale - a point made very clear by CJ Anderson in his post-game comments.
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Having watched on from the sidelines as Miller made mince meat of Carolina's attempts to protect Newton, the Broncos running back clearly doesn't fancy being on the receiving end of a locked in Miller.
As for Anderson's reference to spending his career in Denver, fans of the famous franchise will probably be happy to keep the RB around at Mile High for a while longer yet.
Despite failing to live up to the preseason hype, the 24-year-old still played a pivotal role in the Broncos run to their Super Bowl 50 title. In Sunday's game itself, Anderson added his seventh touchdown of the season and ran for 90 yards.
The Broncos already have the most feared defense in the NFL courtesy of Von Miller and co. If Anderson can continue his upward trajectory, and the franchise can address their quarterback uncertainty, they could be back at the big dance next season, too.