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NY JETS (5 - 7) at JACKSONVILLE (2 - 10)
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Week 14 Sunday, 12/9/2012 1:00 PM
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113NY JETS-2.5-3
NY JETS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-7-1.85-65-419.08.4308.9(4.9)2.224.713.2335.8(5.3)1.7
Road Games2-3-0.62-23-218.68.6296.8(4.8)1.623.412.0347.4(5.1)1.6
Last 3 Games2-1+1.41-22-117.75.3327.7(5)3.022.715.0297.7(4.9)1.7
Grass Games1-100-11-116.56.5303.5(4.8)1.523.511.5356.0(5.2)1.0
NY JETS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)19.08.418.730:2030-115(3.8)18-3255.8%194(6.1)62-309(4.9)(16.3)
Opponents Defensive Avg.20.710.319.630:5726-107(4.1)21-3559.6%230(6.5)61-337(5.5)(16.3)
Offense Road Games18.68.618.230:1830-98(3.3)17-3254.7%198(6.2)62-297(4.8)(16)
Defense (All Games)24.713.219.531:0232-137(4.3)17-3254.7%198(6.2)63-336(5.3)(13.6)
Opponents Offensive Avg.23.612.520.831:0929-125(4.2)21-3461.2%230(6.7)64-355(5.6)(15)
Defense Road Games23.412.021.032:6033-134(4.1)20-3559.0%213(6.2)68-347(5.1)(14.8)
NY JETS - 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) 14-641.8%1-170.0%3-71(22)2-20(10.9)7-47
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.61.5 14-539.8%1-052.6%2-58(24.1)26-2(10.6)6-55
Stats Against (Road Games) 16-746.2%1-166.7%4-101(25.1)2-21(10.3)8-57

JACKSONVILLE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games2-10-5.65-66-617.27.3282.2(5)1.528.513.0403.8(5.8)1.5
Home Games1-5-41-52-411.33.3242.5(4.7)2.028.713.5407.8(5.8)1.2
Last 3 Games1-2+0.32-12-126.311.3338.3(5.8)1.332.013.3448.0(6.1)2.3
Grass Games1-8-54-54-515.97.3273.7(4.9)1.729.413.1408.4(5.7)1.6
JACKSONVILLE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)17.27.316.427:3022-79(3.5)19-3556.2%203(5.9)57-282(5)(16.4)
Opponents Defensive Avg.23.811.319.930:4026-115(4.4)22-3660.8%236(6.6)62-351(5.7)(14.8)
Offense Home Games11.33.315.724:3518-66(3.7)20-3360.8%177(5.3)51-242(4.7)(21.4)
Defense (All Games)28.513.023.834:1034-143(4.2)23-3663.6%261(7.3)70-404(5.8)(14.2)
Opponents Offensive Avg.23.912.420.931:0928-119(4.3)22-3761.1%244(6.7)64-363(5.6)(15.2)
Defense Home Games28.713.524.035:2536-161(4.5)22-3464.7%247(7.3)70-408(5.8)(14.2)
JACKSONVILLE - 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) 14-641.8%0-066.7%3-76(27.6)3-23(8.6)7-57
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.61.6 14-539.7%1-057.2%3-63(22.5)24-2(10.6)6-53
Stats Against (Home Games) 14-644.6%1-1100.0%2-39(23.4)2-22(8.7)7-53
Average power rating of opponents played: NY JETS 22.8,  JACKSONVILLE 19.6
NY JETS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/21/2012@ NEW ENGLAND26-29L11W47.5O33-10628-41-297231-13126-42-2501
11/11/2012@ SEATTLE7-28L5.5L38.5U22-8412-25-101343-17413-20-1892
11/18/2012@ ST LOUIS27-13W3.5W39O41-12416-21-165020-11423-44-1673
11/22/2012NEW ENGLAND19-49L7L48.5O29-11926-36-286539-15218-28-3231
12/9/2012@ JACKSONVILLE            
12/17/2012@ TENNESSEE            
12/23/2012SAN DIEGO            
12/30/2012@ BUFFALO            

JACKSONVILLE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/21/2012@ OAKLAND23-26L6W44.5O26-5417-32-155126-6926-46-2823
10/28/2012@ GREEN BAY15-24L15.5W45U20-6227-49-279126-6622-36-1721
11/18/2012@ HOUSTON37-43L15W40.5O29-8618-35-372135-13643-55-5043
12/2/2012@ BUFFALO18-34L6L41.5O18-5018-41-186246-2329-17-1122
12/9/2012NY JETS            
12/16/2012@ MIAMI            
12/23/2012NEW ENGLAND            
12/30/2012@ TENNESSEE            
NY JETS: 'Ground and pound' wasn't former OC Brian Schottenheimer's style. However, things will be different under new offensive coordinator Tony Sparano, who preached power running recently in Miami and Dallas. It will be a change from the zone-blocking scheme the Jets ran under former offensive line coach Bill Callahan, so there could be growing pains. Expect a heavy dose of Shonn Greene, though Bilal Powell and Joe McKnight should see an uptick in playing time since Sparano typically has used a time-share backfield. The Jets will surely work in some single-wing-type sets for Tim Tebow, who should see an average of up to 10 reps per game. Sparano wants to run a lot of play-action and get the ball downfield. But while Mark Sanchez has the feet and athleticism to make the play-action part work, he's never been an accurate downfield passer. Santonio Holmes is by far their best receiver, but rookie Stephen Hill, who's expected to start, is a better fit in this scheme. TE Dustin Keller is Sanchez's safety blanket; he and slot man Jeremy Kerley would normally be his favorite targets, but in this offense they're likely to be secondary targets. With Plaxico Burress gone, the Jets are unlikely to throw in the red zone as often as they did last season. Say what you will about their antics and propensity to run their mouths, but the Jets defense continue to back up its talk. The one exception last year was the pass rush, where Gang Green is hoping rookie first-rounder Quinton Coples will help. If he does, it will allow David Harris to blitz less and commit to the run more often, which will improve a Jets rushing defense that was inconsistent at times in 2011. Darrelle Revis continues to be the best shutdown corner in the game, and the team is hoping that LaRon Landry will make an impact at the safety position after coming over from Washington. Landry's health is a question mark again as he's coming off a major Achilles injury and opted against surgery.
JACKSONVILLE: There doesn't figure to be a lot of change to the Jaguars' running game. New head coach Mike Mularkey has always piloted run-heavy offenses, and he retained veteran offensive line coach Andy Heck. They'll continue to use a zone-blocking scheme and run a lot of stretch plays with Maurice Jones-Drew. Mularkey has always used a one-back system, so Jones-Drew should continue to carry a huge workload with Rashad Jennings picking up the scraps. Mularkey always skewed run-heavy in the red zone, and it makes sense with this personnel. It will be almost all Jones-Drew in the red zone. With Blaine Gabbert, Mularkey will be trying to build his confidence with high-percentage throws. Gabbert has a poor sense of the pocket, but he was especially uncomfortable turning his back in play-action situations, something he won't do as much of this season. He'll also have simplified reads and quicker throws. Rookie Justin Blackmon is a perfect fit in this offense as a catch-and-run guy who had a similar role at Oklahoma State. He and Laurent Robinson should be 1 and 1A in targets. Mularkey, like departed offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter, uses tight ends frequently in the passing game, which is good news for Marcedes Lewis. Mularkey has never run a lot of screen passes, but they'll find a way to utilize Jones-Drew. When they do throw in the red zone, Lewis and Blackmon are expected to be the usual targets. The Jags saw an uptick in every category on the defensive end last season, as the defense was by far the team's strongest unit. DL Jeremy Mincey was paid handsomely (4 years, $27.2M) after having nearly signed with Chicago. He has racked up an impressive 12 sacks and 81 total tackles in 24 games as a starter. LB Paul Posluszny posted big tackle numbers in his first season with the Jags, the question is whether he can remain healthy enough to string together two straight 16-game seasons for the first time in his career. LB Daryl Smith played primarily strong side for the first time in 2011 and was his typically solid self. Safety Dawan Landry doesn't provide much in terms of pass coverage, but he's a strong tackler.
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*Jets-Jaguars Preview* ======================


Mark Sanchez statistically ranks as one of the worst starting quarterbacks in the NFL, but coach Rex Ryan still believes the embattled signal caller gives the New York Jets the best chance to win.

Despite being benched during another dismal performance, Sanchez will be under center to start the Jets' road matchup with the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.

Ryan's faith in Sanchez seems unfounded, given he ranks last among current starting QBs in passer rating (71.4) and completion percentage (55.0) during a disappointing season for New York (5-7).

Sanchez went 10 for 21 with three interceptions last week, forcing Ryan to turn to third-stringer Greg McElroy, who promptly threw a touchdown pass to Jeff Cumberland on his first career drive to help the Jets beat Arizona 7-6.

While the quarterback situation is anything but settled, Ryan plans to stick with Sanchez at least for one more week.

"When I looked at everything, the biggest thing I kept coming back to is: Who gives us the best opportunity to win?" Ryan said. "When I kept coming back to that, I believed the correct answer was Mark Sanchez."

With Jacksonville-area native Tim Tebow still recovering from two broken ribs, McElroy would've been in line for his first pro start.

"You're not guaranteed anything, not at all," McElroy said. "You do your best to make the most of your opportunity and do your best to help the team."

Sanchez knows he's running out of chances to keep his job. The Jets rank 28th in the league in passing offense (193.8 yards per game) and 29th in total yards (308.9).

"I'm just disappointed because I let a lot of people down," Sanchez said. "You let a lot of teammates down when you play like that. That never feels good. It's just not the way I prepare, not with the skill set I've been blessed to have."

Jacksonville coach Mike Mularkey wasn't surprised by Ryan's decision, though he has enough to worry about with a defense that ranks 28th allowing 260.9 passing yards per game.

"I had a gut feeling it would be Mark Sanchez," Mularkey said. "Why is that? I don't know, but I just felt like it was going to be. Our plan isn't going to be altered by whoever it was going to be."

The Jaguars (2-10) allowed a season-best 112 passing yards last week against Buffalo, but they also gave up a season-worst 232 rushing yards in a 34-18 loss.

Jacksonville is 31st in the NFL giving up 144.0 yards on the ground, and it will look to slow down a Jets rushing attack that compiled 177 yards last week, led by Shonn Greene's 104 on 24 carries.

The Jaguars hope fullback and former two-time special teams Pro Bowler Montell Owens can give their own running game a boost with the rest of their backs banged up.

Maurice Jones-Drew, Jalen Parmele and Rashad Jennings are all dealing with injuries, forcing Owens into a starting role. He carried seven times for 29 yards against Buffalo after Jennings suffered a concussion.

"It's just a chance to showcase yourself in a way that you haven't been accustomed to," Owens said. "I'm grateful for the opportunity."

Jacksonville ranks last in the NFL averaging only 78.8 yards on the ground, and Mularkey is hoping anyone can get the running game going.

"It's not the ideal situation, but I think you've got to make an attempt to try to keep it balanced," Mularkey said. "I trust Montell Owens. When he had chances to carry the ball, I thought `Wow, this guy. I knew he was a good football player, but this guy is a decent back."'

Some good news is that Chad Henne went 3-1 as a starter with Miami against the Jets, throwing six touchdowns and one interception with a 94.2 passer rating while opposing Sanchez each time.

Sanchez went 17 for 24 with two TDs and two picks in a 32-3 win over Jacksonville in the most recent meeting Sept. 18, 2011, ending the Jets' three-game losing streak to the Jaguars.

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