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Know the Enemy Daily Links 11/5: Minnesota Vikings players would welcome back Adrian Peterson

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Scott Halleran

AFC West

Broncos

In Focus: New England Patriots 43, Denver Broncos 21 - Mile High Report

We're back to look at the advanced stats of Pro Football Focus to highlight the Denver Broncos top three performers (if any) on offense and defense from their week nine 43-21 embarrassing defeat to the New England Patriots,

Broncos need strong finish to take top seed - Denver Post

Strewn across the visiting locker room at Gillette Stadium lay ankle tape, an offensive lineman's glove and a lonely shoelace. It was fair to wonder if the Broncos' hopes of capturing home-field advantage rest amid the trash.

Chargers

Chargers loss in Miami is tough to swallow - Bolts from the Blue

The Chargers were embarrassed by the Dolphins on Sunday in one of the worst losses in a decade. San Diego needs to move on.

Week 9 Grades: The Epic Disaster in Miami - Bolts from the Blue

The Chargers suffered their first shutout loss in 15 seasons, and their worst margin of defeat since the last days of Bobby Ross. And it was every bit as bad as those extremes sound.

Chiefs

A prediction on Justin Houston's contract with Kansas City Chiefs - Arrowhead Pride

Some speculation on what it would take for the Kansas City Chiefs to sign Justin Houston to a long-term contract.

Kansas City Chiefs midseason awards through the eyes of an 80s pop star - Arrowhead Pride

What better way to filter through and analyze the first half of the Chiefs season than through the lens of one of the late '80s finest pop stars?

NFL

Vikings teammates say they'd welcome Peterson back - Fox Sports

If he's allowed back this season, teammates would welcome him without hesitation.

Are the Steelers contenders, hunters or spoilers in the NFL? - Behind the Steel Curtain

After winning two consecutive games as underdogs, the Steelers will be heavily favored in their next two games. They can be considered contenders now, but they must take care of business on the road.