The Denver Broncos have won three consecutive games, including their latest 24-22 victory over the Buffalo Bills on Monday Night Football. The Broncos won the game by a narrow margin, with a 36-yard walk-off field goal from Wil Luntz after the Bills were penalized for having 12 players on the field. Quarterback Russell Wilson had an impressive performance, completing 24 of 29 pass attempts for 193 yards and two touchdowns.
In his second game with the Vikings, quarterback Joshua Dobbs led the team to a 27-19 win over the New Orleans Saints. He threw a career-high of 268 yards, including two touchdowns and two interceptions. Dobbs was acquired as a backup to rookie Jaren Hall through an emergency trade to Minnesota in Week 9 after Kirk Cousins suffered a torn Achilles and was ruled out for the rest of the season.
Jaren Hall participated in practice leading up to the game against the Broncos after suffering a concussion in Week 9 against the Falcons. However, Dobbs is still expected to start for the Vikings in Week 11.
How to watch Week 11 Sunday Night Football: Minnesota Vikings vs. Denver Broncos
The Minnesota Vikings (6-4) travel to Empire Field at Mile High Stadium to take on the Denver Broncos (4-5) at 8:20 p.m., ET, on NBC.
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Week 11 Sunday Night Football: Anytime touchdown scorer odds
All odds courtesy of DraftKings as of Sat. evening.
- RB Alexander Mattison (+135)
- RB Ty Chandler (+135)
- WR Jordan Addison (+270)
- QB Joshua Dobbs (+290)
- WR K.J. Osborn (+360)
- WR Brandon Powell (+425)
- WR Trishton Jackson (+750)
- TE Josh Oliver (+850)
- TE Johnny Mundt (+1500)
- RB Javonte Williams (+115)
- WR Courtland Sutton (+175)
- WR Jerry Jeudy (+195)
- RB Jaleel McLaughlin (+240)
- RB Samaje Perine (+390)
- WR Marvin Mims (+450)
- TE Adam Trautman (+500)
- QB Russell Wilson (+550)
Best anytime touchdown bets for Week 11 Sunday Night Football
Minnesota Vikings Quarterback Joshua Dobbs: (+290)
Joshua Dobbs has three straight games with at least one passing and one rushing touchdown, including his last game with the Arizona Cardinals. Dobbs is a solid pick to find the end zone in Week 11 against the Denver Broncos.
Minnesota Vikings Running Back Ty Chandler: (+135)
Ty Chandler had an impressive performance in Week 10, rushing for 45 yards and scoring one touchdown, contributing to the Vikings’ 27-19 victory over the New Orleans Saints. Currently, it is unclear whether Alexander Mattison will be available in Week 11 as he has not participated in practice leading up to the game. In the event that Mattison is unable to play, Ty Chandler would be a strong option for the Vikings and could potentially score a touchdown.
Minnesota Vikings Wide Receiver Jordan Addison: (+270)
Despite not having his best game against the New Orleans Saints, Jordan Addison caught four out of seven targets for 69 yards. He is a player that quarterback Joshua Hobbs looks to make impactful plays.
Minnesota Vikings Tight End Johnny Mundt (+1500)
Due to T.J. Hockenson’s questionable status for Week 11, Johnny Mundt will likely replace him if he is out. Mundt scored a touchdown in the Vikings Week 8 win against the Cardinals.
Denver Broncos Running Back Javonte Williams (+115)
Javonte Williams rushed for 79 yards on 21 carries and had 4 receptions for 31 yards and a touchdown in the Broncos’ Week 10 triumph over the Bills. The Veteran RB has been a solid target for Russell Wilson over the past two games and is expected to be a impact player in Week 11.
Denver Broncos Wide Receiver Courtland Sutton (+175)
During the Broncos’ Week 10 24-22 win over the Buffalo Bills, Courtland Sutton caught eight of the 11 targets for a total of 53 yards and one touchdown. Sutton has been performing consistently well throughout the past four weeks, scoring four touchdowns in total. As a result, he is a dependable choice to score again in Week 11.
Sunday Night Football: Odds, betting lines for Vikings at Broncos
The Broncos are favorites to defeat the Vikings, according to the DraftKings NFL odds.
All odds per BetMGM as of Thursday afternoon.
- Spread: Broncos (-2.5)
- Moneyline: Broncos (-142); Bengals (+120)
- Over/under: 41
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