The Broncos (4-5) and Vikings (6-4) play on Sunday, November 19, at Empower Field at Mile High.
With Kirk Cousins out for the season due to an Achilles tear and Justin Jefferson’s injury, the Minnesota Vikings were headed toward becoming a distant memory. But the Vikings currently own the longest winning streak in the NFL (5 games), and they trail the Detroit Lions in the NFC North. The Vikings had 23 first-downs and 388 yards of offense in their victory over the Saints last week, demonstrating their ability to move the ball well against the Saints’ defense.
Josh Dobbs, the quarterback, quickly caught up in Minnesota. Dobbs, who is now 2-0 with the Vikings, may now have more help this week as receiver Justin Jefferson (hamstring) may be activated from injured reserve. This would greatly improve Minnesota’s offensive output.
The Broncos are a different team now than they were before the season began. Their offense has begun to flow, and their defense has grown leagues above where they were. Following a thrilling “Monday Night Football” victory over the Buffalo Bills that gave Sean Payton his third consecutive victory, the Broncos are soaring high. The Broncos defeated the Bills 24–22 last week thanks to 300 yards of total offense. The Broncos averaged 3.2 yards per carry for 122 yards gained during the match. Denver limited Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes to a combined completion percentage of 60.9%, 210.5 passing yards on average, a touchdown-to-interception ratio of 1-4, and 31 overall points. The Broncos have made a remarkable defensive comeback after conceding 40.7 points per game in their first 3 games. Through 9 games, quarterback Russell Wilson has completed 18 touchdown passes; however, red-zone screens have considerably inflated that total. Wilson’s 30 sacks, 5 fumbles, and 4 interceptions this season are among his more noteworthy stats.
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Minnesota Vikings vs Denver Broncos Game Information
- Date: 11/19/2023
- Time: 07:00 PM ET
- Location: Empower Field at Mile High
- How to Watch Minnesota Vikings vs Denver Broncos: CBS
- Live Stream: NFL Game Pass