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After slow starts to the 2015 season, whispers began about two of the NFLs biggest stars – Peyton Manning and Adrian Peterson – having lost a step. Such whispers have gone silent for now though, as their two teams prepare to meet each other in Sundays Vikings-Broncos game.

FOX will televise the Week 4 Vikings-Broncos game from Denver at 4:25 p.m. Eastern Sunday.

After a disastrous start to the season, when Minnesota lost on Monday Night Football at San Francisco, 20-3, Minnesota has rebounded and will carry a two-game win streak into the Vikings-Broncos game, having looked like a completely different team from the season opener.

And its no secret how the Vikings have engineered the turnaround in Weeks 2 and 3 – relying on Peterson. After missing nearly all of the 2014 season because of a suspension, Peterson was expected to have a big 2015 season. But he started slowly in the loss to the 49ers, rushing for only 31 yards.

Peterson has rebounded nicely though, rushing for 134 yards in a 26-16 win against Detroit and rushing for 126 yards and two TDs in a 31-14 win against San Diego. Both of those wins came at home for the Vikings, who are playing at the home of the University of Minnesota, TCF Bank Stadium, while a new pro football stadium is built in Minneapolis. The Vikings-Broncos game will mark the first road trip for Minnesota since the disastrous opener at San Francisco.

With Peterson dominating on the ground, Minnesotas young quarterback, Teddy Bridgewater, has been able to avoid forcing the action. Bridgewater has thrown for just 274 yards and one score in the two Minnesota wins combined.

Manning, meanwhile, didnt have huge statistical numbers in Denvers first two games of the season, but the Broncos won both – 19-13 at home against Baltimore and 31-24 at Kansas City. Manning was especially solid late in the win against the Chiefs, completing a 19-yard TD pass with 36 seconds left to tie the game, before Denver scored a defensive touchdown 9 seconds later to steal the win in Kansas City.

The Broncos then moved to 3-0 with another road win, defeating Detroit, 24-12 last Sunday. Manning had his best game of the season to date, throwing for 324 yards and two scores for Denver, including the game-clinching, third-down TD pass with a little over 2 minutes to play.

Minnesota leads the all-time Vikings-Broncos series, 7-6. Minnesota last won in Denver in 1999, but the two teams have only played once in Denver since then, a 22-19 Broncos win in 2007.