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NFL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 11/19/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore




NEW ENGLAND (7 - 2) at OAKLAND (4 - 5)
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Week 11 Sunday, 11/19/2017 4:25 PM
Estadio Azteca - Mexico City
Board OpenLatest
471NEW ENGLAND-5.5-7
NEW ENGLAND - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games7-2-0.35-45-428.618.9409.4(6.2)0.621.711.2408.3(6.7)1.2
Road Games4-0+43-12-230.021.0432.0(6.6)1.016.710.7396.2(6.1)1.2
Last 3 Games3-0+33-01-228.319.7404.3(5.8)
Grass Games2-0+22-01-130.020.0399.0(6.2)
NEW ENGLAND - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)28.618.925.031:0928-108(3.9)26-3867.6%302(7.8)66-409(6.2)(14.3)
Opponents Defensive Avg.21.91119.230:3626-110(4.2)21-3462.4%224(6.6)60-334(5.6)(15.2)
Offense Road Games30.021.025.730:3027-112(4.2)27-3870.1%320(8.3)65-432(6.6)(14.4)
Defense (All Games)21.711.222.228:5124-121(5)24-3764.7%287(7.8)61-408(6.7)(18.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.611.219.931:3527-113(4.2)22-3463.8%236(6.9)61-349(5.7)(15.4)
Defense Road Games16.710.721.529:3022-91(4.1)25-4359.6%305(7.1)65-396(6.1)(23.7)
NEW ENGLAND - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 12-541.8%1-044.4%4-77(19.2)2-10(5.3)7-61
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.61.3 13-539.5%1-039.1%2-42(21)17-2(7.9)7-58
Stats Against (Road Games) 14-643.9%1-040.0%4-79(19.8)2-11(6.1)6-50

OAKLAND - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-5-23-55-421.810.6324.6(5.8)1.423.813.1361.1(6)0.7
Home Games2-2-0.72-23-127.213.7358.5(6.2)0.724.215.2351.0(5.9)0.7
Last 3 Games2-1+1.31-13-024.011.3417.0(6.5)2.029.314.3383.7(6.3)0.3
Grass Games4-4-13-44-422.711.0319.2(5.8)1.122.513.0364.9(6.1)0.7
OAKLAND - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)21.810.618.427:5121-88(4.1)22-3563.9%237(6.8)56-325(5.8)(14.9)
Opponents Defensive Avg.
Offense Home Games27.213.720.728:4024-121(5.1)21-3463.2%237(7)58-358(6.2)(13.2)
Defense (All Games)23.813.118.932:0929-117(4.1)23-3271.3%245(7.6)61-361(6)(15.2)
Opponents Offensive Avg.20.89.818.330:5926-105(4)22-3464.1%214(6.3)60-319(5.3)(15.3)
Defense Home Games24.215.218.731:2029-111(3.9)21-3169.9%240(7.8)59-351(5.9)(14.5)
OAKLAND - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 14-645.7%0-050.0%1-22(22)2-15(6.5)7-62
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.61.3 13-537.1%1-036.5%2-45(21.9)18-2(8.3)7-60
Stats Against (Home Games) 14-750.9%0-050.0%1-26(20.8)2-12(6.1)4-48
Average power rating of opponents played: NEW ENGLAND 21.4,  OAKLAND 17.8
NEW ENGLAND - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/5/2017@ TAMPA BAY19-14W-3.5W55U23-11330-40-289220-9026-46-3190
10/15/2017@ NY JETS24-17W-9L48.5U25-11820-38-257224-7431-47-3343
10/29/2017LA CHARGERS21-13W-6.5W49U32-9732-47-317021-15717-30-1921
11/12/2017@ DENVER41-16W-7W44.5O29-9928-37-297028-11818-33-2212
11/19/2017@ OAKLAND            
12/3/2017@ BUFFALO            
12/11/2017@ MIAMI            
12/17/2017@ PITTSBURGH            

OAKLAND - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/24/2017@ WASHINGTON10-27L-3.5L53.5U13-3219-31-96334-11625-30-3562
10/1/2017@ DENVER10-16L3.5L44U15-2421-35-230132-14316-26-1550
10/15/2017LA CHARGERS16-17L-3L47.5U22-10921-30-165228-8025-36-2631
10/19/2017KANSAS CITY31-30W3W46O21-8829-52-417023-9425-36-3310
10/29/2017@ BUFFALO14-34L2.5L47O14-5431-49-313437-16620-27-1650
11/5/2017@ MIAMI27-24W-3T44.5O27-8421-30-295218-8634-42-3091
11/19/2017NEW ENGLAND            
12/3/2017NY GIANTS            
12/10/2017@ KANSAS CITY            
NEW ENGLAND: The genius of head coach Bill Belichick and QB Tom Brady is their ability to change the gameplan week-to-week, anticipating their opponents' approach and praying upon their weaknesses. The rich got richer this offseason, as the defending champions added weapons in WR Brandin Cooks, RBs Mike Gillislee and Rex Burkhead and TE Dwayne Allen. On top of that, TE Rob Gronkowski, arguably the best ever at his position, enters the year fully healthy. Devoid of stars, New England's bend-don't-break defense allowed the fewest points in the NFL last season. They win with scheme as opposed to individual talent. CB Stephon Gilmore joins a solid secondary that rarely gives up big plays, and DE Kony Ealy will inject some life into the pass rush. LB Dont'a Hightower is an old-fashioned bruiser in the middle of the defense, while DT Alan Branch is unmovable against the run.
OAKLAND: QB Derek Carr was playing at a near-elite level before breaking his leg in December. WR Amari Cooper is a special talent who sometimes disappears in the face of press coverage, creating opportunities for veteran possession WR Michael Crabtree. Free agent TE Jared Cook will add another dimension to the passing game. Three years removed from his last productive season, RB Marshawn Lynch is an enigma, though he'll be running behind a stellar O-line. Defensive Player of the Year DE Khalil Mack is not only a lethal pass-rusher, but also an exceptional run-defender. He and OLB Bruce Irvin combined for 18 sacks and 11 forced fumbles last season, but Oakland got very little production from the rest of the front seven. The young secondary was problematic last season, though 2016 first-rounder S Karl Joseph showed promise and first-round draft pick CB Gareon Conley should contribute right away.
High expectations as Brady, Pats meet Raiders

No one has to tell the Oakland Raiders what they're up against south of the border.

Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are on a roll entering Sunday's game in Mexico City.

"When you've got a guy like Tom Brady, it's crucial you can't let him sit back there and bake a cake," defensive tackle Eddie Vanderdoes said, via the Raiders' website. "Obviously he is who he is, been in the NFL (18) years, so when you've got a guy like that you can't let him bake a pizza, so you've got to disrupt him a little bit."

Leave it to a bulky defensive lineman to make not one but two food analogies. But the message is clear.

"They're loaded," Oakland safety Reggie Nelson said. "They just picked up (tight end Martellus) Bennett, got 'Gronk' (tight end Rob Gronkowski), (wide receiver Chris) Hogan ... there's a lot of them. Like I said, we've got our work cut out.

"They've got Brady who's going to get them in the right position, and the right play call, so we've got to do a good job on our end of just taking care of the little things."

Hogan missed Sunday night's victory at Denver with a shoulder injury and neither he nor right tackle Marcus Cannon, out against Denver with an ankle injury, were with the team in Colorado. Neither is likely to play this week. Special teams captain Matthew Slater (hamstring) was also out.

The Raiders started the season with two straight wins but are 2-5 since. However, they have won two of their last three heading into this game -- against a very hot New England team.

After starting 2-2, the Patriots have reeled off five straight wins, with Brady winning yet another AFC Offensive Player of the Week award after throwing three touchdown passes at Oakland on Sunday night. Oh, and Dion Lewis became the second player since the merger to produce a kick return and a rush for a touchdown in a game.

The goal, at least that of the fans, was for New England to go 19-0 and win its sixth Super Bowl. Julian Edelman called that talk "stupid" and then went down for the season with a knee injury.

But the Patriots have surged, as the defense has held everyone to 17 points or fewer during the winning streak. A strong running game and a healthy Gronkowski have also taken some pressure off the 40-year-old Brady.

The Patriots are 4-0 on the road, and stayed out in high altitude after the Broncos' game, getting ready for Mexico City. The game will be played at 7,280 feet -- 2,000 higher than Denver.

"We feel like it's the best thing we can do," said New England coach Bill Belichick, whose team is working out at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. "I think everybody understands that. We're ready to go to work and make the most of it."

Asked if he and the staff have to talk to players about working in the high altitude, Belichick said, "Yeah, we talk about some things we feel are important, but I mean, we do that every week. Every week's got its own challenges."

Oakland coach Jack Del Rio has an extensive resume against Brady and just sees more of the same in the 2017 version.

"It's pretty much vintage Tom Brady," he said.

"I think he's been as good as anybody doing it for quite a number of years. Obviously, adding a guy like Brandin Cooks helps with some of the deep shots they want to take and (Phillip) Dorsett. I mean, a couple of the skill people they've added, it makes sense to take deep shots with them."

In 2014, when Del Rio defeated the Brady/Belichick combination for the first time in eight games, Del Rio, then the defensive coordinator for the Broncos said, "Clearly, the combination of Tom and Bill (Belichick) has been a very productive combination and one that I hadn't seen a lot of success against. I took a lot of pride in the fact that we were able to put together a good plan, go out there and execute, play well and advance (to the Super Bowl)."

The Patriots hold a 16-15 regular-season record against their old rivals but have won the past four meetings since the Raiders won Nov. 11, 2002.

Last Updated: 9/25/2018 6:05:26 AM EST

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