Denver Broncos at Buffalo Bills
Denver Broncos Odds
After a CBS Sports report saying 61-year-old Vic Fangio has trouble connecting with the
Denver Broncos’ players, several — including linebacker Von Miller and offensive lineman
Dalton Risner — came to his defense, saying there was no issue with their coach.
Nonetheless, the team is 3-7 after blowing a 20-point lead in Minnesota last week, failing to
rally for a touchdown near the goal line in the final seconds. Four Denver’s losses have
come down to the final minute. Quarterback Brandon Allen will make his third start on
Sunday, after throwing for 433 yards, three touchdowns and one interception in the first two.
Drew Lock is practicing but remains uncertain to play this year.,
Buffalo Bills Odds
The Buffalo Bills will have to play without right tackle Ty Nsekhe for a few weeks due to an
ankle injury suffered in the win over Miami in Week 11. It might be the best outcome for an
injury that looked more severe when Nsekhe was carted off the field. The Bills will likely use
rookies Cody Ford and Ryan Bates in place of Nsekhe, who avoided being placed on injured
reserve. His absence will be a test for the offense and quarterback Josh Allen, who was
named AFC Offensive Player of the Week after totaling four touchdowns in a win over the
Dolphins. Allen hasn’t thrown an interception since Oct. 6, tossing eight TDs and running for
four over the five games since.