Every weekday, we walk you through what’s going on with the Vikings.

WHAT YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED

— Vikings get physical, much to their coach’s delight. Their hard-hitting ways set the tone in dominant victories over San Diego and Detroit.

— Cornerback Xavier Rhodes appears to be on road to quick recovery. Coach Mike Zimmer said he already has passed one test after suffering a concussion on Sunday.

— Vikings already gearing up for Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning.

— Trae Waynes makes defensive debut, plus other Vikings snap count observations.

BEHIND ENEMY LINES

— Broncos’ defense causing destruction, one takeaway at a time.

— Gary Kubiak not interested in giving up on Broncos’ struggling run game.

— Did Broncos’ win vs. Lions end questions about Manning?

TODAY’S VIKINGS SCHEDULE

Players have the day off and will be back in the building at Winter Park Wednesday.

SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT

Mike Zimmer had this to say about playing at a high altitude in Denver and how it might affect player rotations: “As I told my team, scientifically when you’re out there for 24 hours it really is no factor. We want to continue to use our team that way. Guys that earn the right to play, that deserve to play, continue to play because we want to be a deep team.” Any altitude experts out there want to weigh in?

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