Login  | Free Registration

You are viewing a condensed version of this FoxSheet. Login as a FoxSheets Subscriber to view the full sheet.
Not a member? Subscribe today and start taking advantage of our premium information, including the Game Estimator™, the Super Situations ™, the Power Trends ™, and many more features.
NFL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 11/25/2012Line$ LineOU LineScore
BALTIMORE
 
SAN DIEGO
-1  

+1  
-115

-105

47
 
16
Final
13

BALTIMORE (8 - 2) at SAN DIEGO (4 - 6)
View Previous GameView Next Game
Week 12 Sunday, 11/25/2012 4:05 PM
Board OpenLatest
237BALTIMORE-1-1
238SAN DIEGO4746.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
BALTIMORE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games8-2+64-55-426.713.1338.7(5.8)0.920.611.2382.3(5.4)2.1
Road Games3-2+12-21-316.69.4256.2(4.5)1.219.611.0369.0(5.3)2.6
Last 3 Games3-0+32-01-231.017.0300.3(5.1)0.315.08.7341.0(5.1)2.7
Grass Games3-2+12-21-316.69.4256.2(4.5)1.219.611.0369.0(5.3)2.6
BALTIMORE - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)26.713.119.226:4824-99(4.1)21-3460.3%240(6.9)59-339(5.8)(12.7)
Opponents Defensive Avg.2411.619.530:4827-113(4.2)21-3461.7%232(6.8)61-345(5.7)(14.4)
Offense Road Games16.69.414.826:2323-97(4.1)18-3454.2%160(4.7)57-256(4.5)(15.4)
Defense (All Games)20.611.222.833:1233-132(4)22-3760.0%250(6.7)70-382(5.4)(18.6)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.510.720.831:5627-111(4.1)23-3861.2%250(6.6)65-361(5.6)(16)
Defense Road Games19.611.021.233:3736-155(4.3)19-3358.9%214(6.6)69-369(5.3)(18.8)
BALTIMORE - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
 INTFLTODIFF#-MADEPCT#-MADEPCTKR-YDSYPKRPR-YDSYPPRPEN-YDS
Stats For (All Games)0.70.20.91.212-434.4%1-037.5%3-103(29.4)2-20(10.5)7-69
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.80.71.51.613-537.0%1-052.0%3-73(23.8)24-2(11)6-55
Stats For (Road Games)0.80.41.21.414-427.9%1-025.0%4-102(26.8)2-25(12.6)6-57
Stats Against (All Games)1.11.02.1 15-639.6%1-045.5%2-54(22.6)3-21(7.1)7-63
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.71.5 14-539.0%1-054.0%3-69(23.2)27-2(10.8)7-57
Stats Against (Road Games)1.41.22.6 15-640.8%1-033.3%2-52(21.5)4-24(5.9)6-50

SAN DIEGO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games4-6-3.14-57-323.213.6328.9(5.4)2.222.19.3324.4(5.6)1.9
Home Games2-2-0.62-23-124.012.7335.7(5.6)3.221.26.5312.7(5.8)2.2
Last 3 Games1-2-11-13-026.012.7347.3(6.1)2.325.712.3318.0(5.7)2.0
Grass Games4-5-2.14-46-323.113.2318.0(5.3)2.221.18.8315.6(5.5)2.0
SAN DIEGO - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)23.213.619.732:2026-100(3.8)23-3467.1%229(6.7)60-329(5.4)(14.2)
Opponents Defensive Avg.25.513.120.531:0628-120(4.3)22-3563.4%247(7.1)63-367(5.8)(14.3)
Offense Home Games24.012.720.732:2227-119(4.4)22-3367.2%216(6.6)60-336(5.6)(14)
Defense (All Games)22.19.318.827:4023-88(3.8)22-3563.5%236(6.7)58-324(5.6)(14.7)
Opponents Offensive Avg.23.710.620.129:2726-109(4.2)23-3762.0%253(6.9)63-363(5.8)(15.3)
Defense Home Games21.26.518.227:3822-82(3.7)22-3268.2%231(7.2)54-313(5.8)(14.7)
SAN DIEGO - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
 INTFLTODIFF#-MADEPCT#-MADEPCTKR-YDSYPKRPR-YDSYPPRPEN-YDS
Stats For (All Games)1.40.82.2-0.314-641.2%1-033.3%2-61(24.4)2-13(6.1)6-47
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.90.61.51.613-537.7%1-053.0%2-52(23.7)20-2(8.9)6-54
Stats For (Home Games)2.01.23.2-1.013-648.1%0-050.0%2-64(28.3)2-7(3.5)6-44
Stats Against (All Games)0.91.01.9 12-539.8%0-040.0%3-57(21.8)2-17(8.3)6-48
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.91.9 13-539.7%1-050.7%3-64(23.5)23-2(9.4)6-51
Stats Against (Home Games)1.01.22.2 10-442.9%0-00.0%4-82(21.9)2-19(9.5)6-48
Average power rating of opponents played: BALTIMORE 19.4,  SAN DIEGO 18.1
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
BALTIMORE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/27/2012CLEVELAND23-16W-11L43.5U27-10128-46-337117-4325-52-3142
10/7/2012@ KANSAS CITY9-6W-6L46U24-13313-27-165250-21412-18-1244
10/14/2012DALLAS31-29W-3L45O22-8617-26-230042-22725-36-2541
10/21/2012@ HOUSTON13-43L6.5L47O12-5521-43-121237-18123-37-2390
11/4/2012@ CLEVELAND25-15W-3W44.5U37-13715-24-145027-11620-37-1742
11/11/2012OAKLAND55-20W-7.5W48O28-7821-34-341124-7229-46-3503
11/18/2012@ PITTSBURGH13-10W-3T41U23-4720-32-153027-13418-39-1773
11/25/2012@ SAN DIEGO            
12/2/2012PITTSBURGH            
12/9/2012@ WASHINGTON            
12/16/2012DENVER            
12/23/2012NY GIANTS            

SAN DIEGO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/30/2012@ KANSAS CITY37-20W-2.5W43O34-10418-23-189122-11924-42-2346
10/7/2012@ NEW ORLEANS24-31L3L53.5O18-11727-42-310221-5329-45-3511
10/15/2012DENVER24-35L0L48O27-9025-41-218622-5724-30-3093
10/28/2012@ CLEVELAND6-7L-3L40.5U34-11718-34-148133-13311-27-1170
11/1/2012KANSAS CITY31-13W-7W41O26-12318-20-216230-11319-29-1764
11/11/2012@ TAMPA BAY24-34L3L46.5O26-10329-37-323222-7414-20-2050
11/18/2012@ DENVER23-30L7T47.5O23-5324-40-224325-13325-42-2532
11/25/2012BALTIMORE            
12/2/2012CINCINNATI            
12/9/2012@ PITTSBURGH            
12/16/2012CAROLINA            
12/23/2012@ NY JETS            
KEY GAME INFORMATION
BALTIMORE: The Ravens have slowly and successfully transitioned to a zone-blocking scheme over the past couple of seasons. They've steadily mixed in more and more zone stretch plays for Ray Rice and have had plenty of success doing it, especially now that their line heavily utilizes cut blocking. They still use a lot of two-back sets with Rice running behind Vonta Leach. Rice will take a very heavy load again; even with Ricky Williams on the roster last season, Rice played more than 75 percent of their offensive snaps, so expect rookie Bernard Pierce to be used sparingly. Baltimore keeps it very conservative in the red zone, running it more than half the time inside the 20, and nearly 60 percent of the time in goal-to-go situations last year. Rice takes pretty much all the red zone reps. Offensive coordinator Cam Cameron had always wanted to stretch the field but never had the receiver to do it until Torrey Smith emerged last season. Cameron has said he'll use more two tight end sets, as they did toward the end of last season. Dennis Pitta outperformed Ed Dickson in the second half of the year and is the one receiver Joe Flacco consistently looked for over the middle. Rice will also continue to have a huge role in the passing game, not only as a safety valve, but also on screens and in the slot to create mismatches. Anquan Boldin was a popular target in the end zone last year. The off-season Achilles' injury to reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year Terrell Suggs could be enough to keep this from being an elite defense. Baltimore does have experience in veterans Ed Reed and Ray Lewis'neither of whom shows any significant signs of slowing down'and Haloti Ngata is one of the best interior linemen in the league. Cornerback Lardarius Webb capped his first year as a starter with three interceptions in the playoffs, and Bernard Pollard had 89 total tackles (62 solo) in 15 games (including playoffs) as a full-time player.
SAN DIEGO: Offensive line coach Hal Hunter picks up the offensive coordinator title after Clarence Shelmon's retirement, but this remains head coach Norv Turner's offense. They want to establish the power running game between the tackles, though Ryan Mathews gives them the versatility to mix in some zone blocking as well. With Mike Tolbert gone, newly acquired veteran Ronnie Brown will pick up some carries. But hybrid back Le'Ron McClain could end up more closely replicating Tolbert as the power change-of-pace to Mathews. While Mathews figures to play a lot of the red zone snaps, McClain seems likely to step in on the goal line. Turner is an Air Coryell disciple who gets the ball downfield. Protection issues were at the root of Philip Rivers' mid-season struggles in 2011, but they seem to have gotten things straightened out with Jared Gaither stepping in at left tackle. Rivers reads deep-to-short, with Robert Meachem taking over for Vincent Jackson as the primary deep target. Antonio Gates will continue to run a lot of intermediate crossing routes as the No. 2 option, with Malcom Floyd occasionally targeted as a deep threat. The Chargers use their backs often in the passing game and they really missed Darren Sproles last year. But the arrival of Eddie Royal in the slot could fill some of Sproles' old catch-and-run playmaking. When they throw in the red zone, Gates is overwhelmingly the top target. The Chargers' defense experienced quite a drop-off in production last season, allowing 75 more yards per game than in 2010. They brought in some solid veterans to help in 2012, but no real game-changers. First-round draft pick DE Melvin Ingram will need some seasoning before he becomes an elite pass rusher. Eric Weddle now plays more of a centerfield role rather than downhill in the box. This reduced his production in the tackle department and seemed to hurt the San Diego run defense a bit last season, but Weddle's seven interceptions in 2011 were more than he had in his previous four seasons combined.
PREVIEW
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER PRO FOOTBALL PREVIEW (BALTIMORE-SAN DIEGO) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Ravens-Chargers Preview* =========================

By JON PALMIERI STATS Editor

There's no question that the Baltimore Ravens are the better - and hotter - team in Sunday's road matchup with the San Diego Chargers.

Still, overconfidence shouldn't be a problem after what transpired last season.

With revenge in the back of their minds and star safety Ed Reed available, the Ravens seek a fourth straight win against a Chargers team teetering on the brink of oblivion.

When these teams met last season in San Diego on Dec. 18, Baltimore was 10-3 with a four-game winning streak and on its way to the AFC North title. The Chargers, meanwhile, were 6-7 after rebounding from six consecutive losses and still alive in a weak AFC West.

Records and momentum ended up playing no role as San Diego (4-6) rode an excellent performance from Philip Rivers to a 34-14 victory. Rivers went 17 for 23 for 270 yards and a touchdown to lead the Chargers to scores on six of their first seven possessions. He didn't throw an interception, and the only sack the Ravens got was wiped out by a personal foul on Terrell Suggs.

"It wasn't that pleasant. Before I could look up it was 31-7," Suggs said. "It was like raining touchdowns out there. He's a good quarterback."

In his last three starts against Baltimore (8-2), Rivers has won twice while going a combined 67 for 103 for 955 yards and six touchdowns with three picks.

At least the Ravens know they won't have to face Rivers without Reed as the last line of defense. The eight-time Pro Bowl safety was suspended one game on Monday for repeated helmet-to-helmet hits, but appealed the suspension and on Tuesday the punishment was reduced to a $50,000 fine.

"You don't win those (appeals) often," strong safety Bernard Pollard said. "They still took 50K from him. But he's able to suit up and play. We're excited about that."

Baltimore has many reasons to be excited after it matched the best start in team history with a 13-10 victory at Pittsburgh on Sunday night. Reserve cornerback Corey Graham had an interception and knocked a pass away in the end zone, while Jacoby Jones returned a punt 63 yards for a touchdown as the Ravens opened a two-game lead in the AFC North.

"The feeling right now is we're exactly where we want to be but we haven't arrived yet," tight end Ed Dickson told the team's official website. "We want to build from here. It's not how you begin the season; it's how you end the season that brings you a championship."

Winning a championship appears to be something the struggling Chargers can only dream about now. They all but ceded the AFC West to the Broncos with Sunday's 30-23 loss at Denver and are now left with only a desperate shot at a wild-card spot after their fifth loss in six games.

"We can't worry about that. We just have to go try and win a game," Rivers said. "We have to hang our hat on controlling what we can control."

San Diego is in danger of posting its first losing season since 2003, when it went 4-12, and rumors continue to swirl that coach Norv Turner will be fired if the team misses the playoffs for a third straight season.

Beating the Ravens again will be very difficult if Rivers can't find a way to eliminate turnovers. Playing behind a shaky line that has been hit hard by injuries, Rivers has thrown a league-high 14 interceptions and lost four fumbles. He's also been sacked 26 times in 10 games, including four on Sunday.

Turner admits he's worried about the quarterback's well-being.

"Yeah, I am," he said. "I mean, I think for the quarterback position, all you've got to do is look at two weeks ago and there's three or four guys that are laying on the ground with concussions or separated shoulders or whatever."

At least facing the Ravens at home isn't nearly as challenging as playing in Baltimore, where the home team is 5-0 while averaging an NFL-best 36.8 points. Both of the Ravens' losses have come on the road, where they rank 28th in the league with 16.6 points per game.

They are on pace to become only the third team in league history to average 20 more points at home than on the road.

The Ravens and Chargers have split eight all-time meetings, with each team scoring 153 points.

San Diego tight end Antonio Gates is one touchdown catch away from matching Lance Alworth's franchise record of 81.

Game Notes:


Last Updated: 9/2/2014 8:47:04 AM EST


You are viewing a condensed version of this FoxSheet. Login as a FoxSheets Subscriber to view the full sheet.
Not a member? Subscribe today and start taking advantage of our premium information, including the Game Estimator™, the Super Situations ™, the Power Trends ™, and many more features.