Details: Courtland Sutton caught the game-winning touchdown (view here) from Russell Wilson with 1:03 remaining in the game.
- Denver now has the NFL’s longest winning streak.
Impressive: The Broncos’ defense forced 3 turnovers and finished with 2 sacks. The unit has allowed an average of just 17.4 points in its last five games.
Offense: Russell Wilson (27/35, 259, 1, 0) mostly struggled to move the ball but avoided turnovers. Top offensive contributors included Sutton (4-66-1), Samaje Perine (7-60), and Jerry Jeudy (5-58).
Streak Over: The loss ended the Vikings’ five-game winning streak. Joshua Dobbs (20/32, 221, 1, 1) fell back down to earth.
- The Broncos’ top offensive performer was backup running back Ty Chandler, who totaled 110 scrimmage yards (73 rushing, 37 receiving) on 14 touches (7.9 yards per touch).
- Note that 31 of those rushing yards came on a fake punt.
Standings: The Broncos (5-5) are the No. 10 seed in the AFC, while the Vikings (6-5) are the No. 7 seed in the NFC.