The Denver Broncos head out on the road as they return from the bye to face the Minnesota Vikings and former head coach Gary Kubiak.
» When: Sunday, Nov. 17
» Kickoff: 11 a.m. MST
» Where: U.S. Bank Stadium
» Records: Denver (3-6) / Minnesota (7-3)
» Fan Pregame Coverage: Cecil Lammey from 7:30 to 9:00 a.m. | DMac and Mike Evans live from Sports Column from 9:00 a.m. to kickoff
Fan Postgame: Join Sandy Clough starting at the two-minute warning.
» Television: CBS
» Over the past decade, the Broncos own a 50-45 (.526) record in the remaining games following the team’s bye week.
» The Vikings and Broncos have met 14 times previously, with each team sporting a 7-7 record.
» Several members of Minnesota’s coaching staff previously worked for Denver as well, including assistant head coach/offensive advisor Gary Kubiak, offensive line coach/run game coordinator Rick Dennison, tight ends coach Brian Pariani, quarterbacks coach Klint Kubiak, and defensive line coach Andre Patterson.
» Former Broncos punter Britton Colquitt is also a member of the Vikings
» Minnesota wide receiver Bisi Johnson grew up in Lakewood and attended both Bear Creek High School and Colorado State University.
» With one interception, Chris Harris Jr. would join Mike Harden as the only Broncos players with multiple picks in eight consecutive seasons.
» Phillip Lindsay needs just one touchdown to become the second undrafted running back to score 16 total times in his first 25 games.
» Pass rusher Von Miller needs one sack to pass Jim Jeffcoat for sole possession of 29th place on the NFL’s all-time list and three to pass Kevin Carter and Neil Smith for sole possession of 27th place.
» With one sack, defensive end Derek Wolfe will match his career-high of 6.0 set when he was a rookie in 2012.
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