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NFL : ATS Matchup
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MINNESOTA (10 - 6) at GREEN BAY (11 - 5)
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Week 18 Saturday, 1/5/2013 8:00 PM
NFC Wild Card Playoffs
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104GREEN BAY-8-8
MINNESOTA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games10-6+69-67-923.713.3336.6(5.6)1.421.710.2350.0(5.4)1.4
Road Games3-5-0.53-53-521.113.1318.2(5.2)1.522.913.1339.4(5.2)1.1
Last 3 Games3-0+5.13-02-132.021.0370.3(5.7)0.320.76.7341.3(5.8)1.7
Grass Games1-3-0.81-31-318.29.7345.7(5.2)2.223.713.7319.7(5.2)1.5
Division Games4-2+34-22-422.712.8323.2(5.4)1.022.710.2380.5(5.7)1.5
MINNESOTA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)23.713.319.128:4430-164(5.4)19-3062.1%172(5.7)61-337(5.6)(14.2)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.411.219.530:0126-113(4.3)21-3560.4%229(6.5)62-342(5.5)(15.3)
Offense Road Games21.113.118.528:0328-162(5.7)19-3260.7%156(4.8)61-318(5.2)(15.1)
Defense (All Games)21.710.221.631:3427-106(4)24-3863.9%244(6.4)65-350(5.4)(16.1)
Opponents Offensive Avg.
Defense Road Games22.913.121.631:5729-113(3.8)23-3566.1%226(6.4)65-339(5.2)(14.8)
MINNESOTA - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against1.10.61.7213-537.4%1-047.8%3-65(24)20-2(9)6-53
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 14-641.3%1-155.0%2-50(24.1)3-21(8.3)7-59
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.90.61.4 13-537.2%1-048.4%3-59(22.3)22-2(9.3)7-56
Stats Against (Road Games) 14-640.9%1-163.6%2-35(20.3)2-15(7.3)7-60

GREEN BAY - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games11-5+1.99-78-827.113.1359.4(5.8)
Home Games7-1+3.75-34-429.114.5358.9(5.6)
Last 3 Games2-1+0.52-12-136.714.7418.7(6.3)
Grass Games9-1+6.27-35-529.615.1368.9(5.7)
Division Games5-1+3.55-11-525.310.7359.0(6)1.319.010.8318.2(5.4)2.2
GREEN BAY - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.611.319.930:2927-118(4.3)22-3561.4%231(6.5)62-348(5.6)(15.4)
Offense Home Games29.114.521.930:5328-113(4)24-3566.8%246(7)64-359(5.6)(12.3)
Defense (All Games)21.010.719.229:3426-118(4.5)20-3555.1%218(6.1)62-337(5.5)(16)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.911.719.730:2427-120(4.4)21-3560.0%226(6.5)62-345(5.6)(15.1)
Defense Home Games17.59.618.129:0724-112(4.6)21-3855.6%216(5.7)62-328(5.3)(18.7)
GREEN BAY - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against10.71.7213-537.6%1-050.9%3-65(24.2)21-2(9.2)6-53
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 14-538.1%1-139.1%3-75(23.4)2-11(7.2)8-66
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.90.61.5 13-537.3%1-048.7%3-65(23.1)20-2(8.9)6-54
Stats Against (Home Games) 14-639.7%1-036.4%3-79(22.6)1-8(5.3)7-59
Average power rating of opponents played: MINNESOTA 20.4,  GREEN BAY 20.5
MINNESOTA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/25/2012@ CHICAGO10-28L6.5L38.5U20-11422-43-144339-11323-31-1832
12/2/2012@ GREEN BAY14-23L7L47U28-24012-25-119236-15227-35-2831
12/16/2012@ ST LOUIS36-22W3W39.5O33-21317-24-109018-8735-55-3452
12/23/2012@ HOUSTON23-6W7.5W43.5U42-17416-30-171116-3418-33-1532
12/30/2012GREEN BAY37-34W3W45.5O37-21716-28-227016-7228-40-3331
1/5/2013@ GREEN BAY            

GREEN BAY - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/18/2012@ DETROIT24-20W-3W53.5U29-9519-27-219124-11017-39-2524
11/25/2012@ NY GIANTS10-38L3L50U26-11615-27-201231-14716-30-2430
12/16/2012@ CHICAGO21-13W-3W43.5U32-11323-36-278223-8312-21-1071
12/30/2012@ MINNESOTA34-37L-3L45.5O16-7228-40-333137-21716-28-2270
MINNESOTA: The Vikings will continue to transition from the zone-blocking scheme they used under Brad Childress to the man-to-man scheme offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave installed in his first season last year. If anything, the new system was a plus for Adrian Peterson and Toby Gerhart, who were both excellent running the ball last season. After tearing his ACL last December, Peterson might not be ready to go full speed in September, in which case Gerhart would carry a heavy workload with Lex Hilliard seeing spot duty. Percy Harvin also sees a couple of carries every game. Peterson gets a big majority of the red zone touches when healthy. If he's out, Gerhart will assume that role and the Vikings will likely use him often. Musgrave has Christian Ponder moving around a lot in a West Coast passing game. Head coach Leslie Frazier said Harvin will play more following a season in which he was on the field for about 60 percent of the team's snaps. After he serves a three-game suspension, Jerome Simpson will provide a vertical threat. Michael Jenkins will still see the field, but not many targets. Ponder looks short often, so TE Kyle Rudolph should be targeted frequently. They'll also use John Carlson in two-TE sets about 50 percent of the time. Harvin was a popular target for Ponder when they threw in the red zone, and Minnesota uses its tight ends more often near the goal line. Despite tying the Eagles for the most sacks in the NFL last year, the Vikings were unimpressive on the defensive side of the ball. DE Jared Allen (22 sacks in 2011) is still the most ferocious DE in football, but this secondary is awful, coming off an eight-interception season with 251 passing YPG allowed. Allen posted a career year, falling one sack short of the league record, despite having to a below-average defense where he gets double-teamed on most plays. His durability and consistency are simply unmatched among NFL defensive linemen. One of the beneficiaries of all the attention that gets paid to Allen is fellow DL Brian Robison. After signing a three-year deal before the 2011 season, Robison earned his keep with a career-best performance. LB Chad Greenway is a bit one-dimensional as a run-stopper, but he has excelled in that area'Greenway is second in the NFL in total tackles (395) over the past three years. When healthy, Antonie Winfield is still excellent in run support, but at 35 years old he's not getting any more durable. The Vikings need him to stay healthy and effective if they're to have any chance of keeping up with the passing games of the teams in the division.
GREEN BAY: The running game is an afterthought for the Packers, more often something Aaron Rodgers audibles to at the line. It's a zone-blocking scheme and they've had good success with it. James Starks is the only back on the roster whose had significant NFL experience, but coach Mike McCarthy has leaned towards a time share in recent years (a big reason why they spent a third-round pick on Alex Green in 2010). Green, if he's recovered from a torn ACL, or Brandon Saine should work their way into a timeshare, with Starks taking about 60 percent of the reps. John Kuhn will take short-yardage duties. The Packers have shown a lot of versatility in their passing game, throwing almost everything downfield. Greg Jennings still gets the most looks, with Jordy Nelson taking advantage of single coverage and out-producing him despite fewer targets. They'll primarily play three-wide and go four-wide often, with James Jones set to take on a bigger role as the third receiver. They also rotate their receivers frequently, even Jennings and Nelson. Jermichael Finley works medium-to-deep in the middle of the field. The backs serve as check downs, but Rodgers is often willing to throw into coverage and trust his receivers. Green Bay is very pass-happy in the red zone; they threw more than 70 percent of the time in goal-to-go situations, a higher rate than any team in the NFL. Green Bay tied for the league lead with 38 forced turnovers last year, and will continue to pick off passes with a ball-hungry secondary that frequently takes chances. The addition of run-clogging DTs Anthony Hargrove and Daniel Muir will allow relentless pass rusher Clay Matthews to get to the quarterback. Desmond Bishop has been a rock since moving into the starting lineup in 2010, averaging 8.5 tackles per game over 25 career starts. He's also the rare inside linebacker who can pick up a sack nearly every other game. Despite his age, Charles Woodson is still a force who will force turnovers whether he plays cornerback or safety, and he has become one of the NFL's better defensive backs in run support. The other starters in the secondary'Morgan Burnett, Tramon Williams and Charles Peprah'go for the big play, but end up surrendering as many as they make.

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