NFL Picks And Predictions Week 13: Broncos Vs. Vikings

SAN DIEGO, CA - NOVEMBER 27: Head coach John Fox of the Denver Broncos discuss play on the sidelines with Tim Tebow #15 during the fourth quarter against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium on November 27, 2011 in San Diego, California. The Broncos won 16-13 in overtime. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

Who do the experts think will win between the Denver Broncos and the Minnesota Vikings?

The Denver Broncos and quarterback Tim Tebow have a nice little winning streak going, do the experts think it can continue against the Minnesota Vikings?

Peter King of Sports Illustrated likes the Broncos to win:

Denver Broncos (6-5) at Minnesota Vikings (2-9)
Anyone else of a certain age (I'm 54, and it's early in my pro football memory bank) getting the feeling that Tim Tebow's having the sort of impact on the 2011 Broncos that George Blanda had on the 1970 Raiders?

The folks over at ESPN seem to be split on the game, with most picking the Vikings.

Peter Schrager of Fox Sports likes the Broncos to win:

Denver at Minnesota: All Tebow does is win, win, win. And with that, I present my favorite YouTube clip of the year. Watch that one 20 times. You'll laugh every time. And you'll have that song stuck in your head, too.
The Pick: Broncos 21, Vikings 20

For more on the Jets head over to Gang Green Nation. For more on the Redskins, check out Hogs Haven.

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