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Video: Broncos Look to Rebound in Buffalo Against the Bills in Week 12

Following last week’s loss in Minnesota after leading 20-0 at half, the Broncos are back at it Sunday as they will travel to take on Josh Allen and the Bills.

Here’s a preview from the NFL:

Video: Broncos Blow 20-0 Halftime Lead, Fall to Vikings 27-23 in Minnesota

In one of the biggest letwdowns in team history, the Broncos led the Vikings 20-0 at the half, only to fall 27-23 to the Vikings in Minnesota allowing 20 points in the fourth quarter for the loss.

NFL Week 11 Inactives: Broncos vs Vikings

Here are today’s inactives for the Broncos battle in Minnesota with the Vikings:

Broncos:

OT Calvin Anderson
DE Jonathan Harris
TE Jeff Heuerman
OT Ja’Wuan James
CB Cyrus Jones
DE DeMarcus Walker
WR Juwann Winfree

Vikings:

S Anthony Harris
DT Linval Joseph
OG Josh Kline
DE Hercules Mata’afa
OG Dru Samia
WR Adam Thielen
OT Olisaemeka Udoh

Video: Broncos Improve to 3-6; Allen Gets First Win in 24-19 Victory Over Browns

Brandon Allen won his first start at QB Sunday as the Broncos built a big lead and the defense did the rest, as they topped the Browns 24-19.

Here are the highlights:

Broncos Place QB Joe Flacco on Injured Reserve

The season is over for Broncos quarterback Joe Flacco, as Friday the team placed him on injured reserve according to NFL.com

The move isn’t a shock based on the fact he is expected to miss the next four to six weeks with a neck injury, suffered in a loss this past weekend in Indianapolis against the Colts.

The team will will start relative unknown Brandon Allen at quarterback Sunday when the Broncos take on the Cleveland Browns in Denver.

Denver also promoted Brett Rypien off the practice squad to serve as the backup.

As far as the future with Flacco, he’s due $20.25 million in 2020, none of it guaranteed, which means that it’s likely they will move on from him once the season is over.

Broncos QB Flacco to Miss 4-6 Weeks with Neck Injury; Avoids Surgery

It sounds like Broncos quarterback Joe Flacco will be able to return in 2019 if he chooses as he will be out from about 4 to 6 weeks with a neck injury.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Flacco received a second opinion on the bulging disk in his neck and won’t have to have surgery, pending reviews from Dr. Robert Watkins in Los Angeles and Dr. Jack Kelley in Connecticut.

“Everything is still on the table with Joe,” coach Vic Fangio said Thursday.

“We can leave him on the 53[-man roster] and wait a while, or we could IR him. We’ll make that decision here in the next couple days. … By the end of the week I think we’ll have a better understanding, after getting all of the medical advice, going over it, what plan we’ll take long term.”

With Flacco on the shelf, the Broncos will turn to Brandon Allen, who joined the team back on September 1st when he was claimed off waivers from the Los Angeles Rams.

Allen will get a chance under center when the Broncos play host to Baker Mayfield and the 2-5 Cleveland Browns Sunday afternoon.

Broncos QB Joe Flacco Speaks His Mind; Criticizes Late Game Play-Calling

There was plenty to question on Sunday during the Broncos 15-13 setback to the Colts in Indy. It seems like it’s now starting to boil over, as quarterback Joe Flacco openly criticized the play-calling by OC Rich Scangarello.

“It’s a 3rd-&-5 at the end of the game,” Flacco said.

“Who cares if they have a timeout there at the end or not? Getting in field goal range isn’t that tough. You’re just putting your defense in these bad situations, and I just feel like, ‘What do we have to lose? Why can’t we be aggressive in some of these situations?’ That’s kind of how I feel about a lot of the game today.”

It will be interesting to see what comes of Flacco’s post-game tirade – if anything.

Video: Broncos Lose Yet Another Heartbreaker; Fall to Colts 15-13

It can only happen so many times, yet it did again Sunday, as the Broncos had a late lead, only to watch the D wilt in the final seconds of a 15-13 loss to the Colts.

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