Minnesota Vikings cornerback Xavier Rhodes suffered a concussion in a Week 3 win over the San Diego Chargers, but the team is expecting him back for the Denver Broncos game this Sunday.

Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer said Rhodes "should be good to go" for Week 4, according to KFAN.

Rhodes' performance will be key to Minnesota's success on Sunday. Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is one of the finest passers this league has ever seen, and Rhodes is the Vikings' best cornerback.

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Rhodes will have his hands full in coverage against Denver's No. 1 receiver, Demaryius Thomas, who is averaging almost 90 yards per game this season. Manning, however, has thrown an interception in each of the Broncos first three games, so Rhodes may have a chance to record his first pick of 2015 in Week 4.

Without Rhodes, the Vikings would have to rely upon rookie Trae Waynes in the starting lineup.