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NFL : ATS Matchup
Saturday 1/12/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




BALTIMORE (11 - 6) at DENVER (13 - 3)
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Week 19 Saturday, 1/12/2013 4:30 PM
AFC Playoffs - Divisional Round
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BALTIMORE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games11-6+3.77-98-824.812.1357.7(5.7)1.120.810.5354.9(5.3)1.6
Road Games4-403-42-518.09.4304.4(4.8)1.120.610.7341.7(5.3)1.7
Last 3 Games2-1+1.32-10-324.713.7442.0(6.2)
Grass Games4-3+13-32-418.19.7297.6(4.9)1.120.311.3363.6(5.4)2.0
BALTIMORE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)24.812.119.528:1828-122(4.4)20-3459.3%236(6.9)62-358(5.7)(14.4)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.511.119.530:4727-112(4.2)21-3460.9%228(6.7)61-340(5.6)(15.1)
Offense Road Games18.09.417.529:3029-125(4.3)19-3457.1%179(5.2)63-304(4.8)(16.9)
Defense (All Games)20.810.520.632:4331-124(4)21-3659.5%231(6.4)67-355(5.3)(17.1)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.711.220.231:3627-112(4.1)22-3661.3%236(6.6)63-349(5.6)(15.3)
Defense Road Games20.610.719.132:4033-135(4.2)19-3259.7%206(6.5)64-342(5.3)(16.6)
BALTIMORE - 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) 15-536.5%1-042.9%2-51(22.6)3-23(7.7)7-57
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.71.7 13-538.3%1-054.3%3-65(23.2)24-2(10.1)6-54
Stats Against (Road Games) 14-535.7%0-050.0%2-47(22.1)3-29(8.7)6-50

DENVER - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games13-3+911-410-530.111.4398.4(6)1.618.19.4290.8(4.8)1.5
Home Games7-1+56-15-232.513.0425.7(6.1)
Last 3 Games3-0+23-02-035.317.3431.7(5.8)0.710.72.0210.0(4)1.0
Grass Games11-1+99-27-431.211.7410.7(6.1)1.315.99.2274.2(4.8)1.7
DENVER - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)30.111.423.731:1630-115(3.8)25-3768.4%284(7.7)67-398(6)(13.3)
Opponents Defensive Avg.
Offense Home Games32.513.025.732:2432-132(4.1)25-3867.3%294(7.8)70-426(6.1)(13.1)
Defense (All Games)18.19.417.928:4425-91(3.6)20-3557.4%200(5.7)60-291(4.8)(16.1)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.311.319.730:2527-112(4.1)22-3561.0%236(6.7)62-347(5.6)(15.6)
Defense Home Games16.48.415.927:3623-80(3.5)19-3554.2%188(5.4)57-268(4.7)(16.4)
DENVER - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.80.71.6213-538.4%1-049.0%3-62(23.6)22-2(9.9)6-52
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 13-430.6%1-038.9%2-47(22.1)2-13(6.2)8-59
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.61.6 13-538.1%1-045.4%3-63(23.3)21-2(9.3)6-53
Stats Against (Home Games) 14-429.7%2-146.2%1-21(21.5)2-11(6.9)8-53
Average power rating of opponents played: BALTIMORE 20.1,  DENVER 18.7
BALTIMORE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/18/2012@ PITTSBURGH13-10W-3T41U23-4720-32-153027-13418-39-1773
11/25/2012@ SAN DIEGO16-13W-1W47U35-12730-51-316023-9123-36-1890
12/9/2012@ WASHINGTON28-31L2L48O35-18616-21-173235-17217-28-2481
12/23/2012NY GIANTS33-14W3W47.5U45-22425-36-309014-6714-28-1190
12/30/2012@ CINCINNATI17-23L4.5L42.5U46-20619-33-146121-4715-26-1420
1/12/2013@ DENVER            

DENVER - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/18/2012SAN DIEGO30-23W-7T47.5O25-13325-42-253223-5324-40-2243
11/25/2012@ KANSAS CITY17-9W-10.5L41.5U24-9522-37-273131-14813-26-1161
12/2/2012TAMPA BAY31-23W-7.5W49.5O29-9127-38-242121-7118-39-2351
12/6/2012@ OAKLAND26-13W-10W46.5U39-14026-36-288116-6119-30-2632
12/16/2012@ BALTIMORE34-17W-3W47.5O45-16317-28-187019-5620-40-2222
12/30/2012KANSAS CITY38-3W-17W41P43-17225-33-316128-937-16-260
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.
DENVER: This entire offense will obviously be revamped going from Tim Tebow to Peyton Manning. Before they scrapped the entire playbook to run Tebow's zone-spread stuff, they were reinstalling a more traditional zone-blocking scheme under o-line coach Dave Magazu (they had moved to more of a man scheme under Josh McDaniels' regime). Willis McGahee will have an adjustment to make again; he benefitted from the threat of Tebow last year, but was mediocre in traditional sets and put the ball on the ground far too much. Rookie Ronnie Hillman could push him on early downs and also see a good portion of the reps on third down. This offense is basically being handed over to Peyton Manning. Manning's offense is all about feel; it's a lot of option routes and adjustments at the line of scrimmage. Demaryius Thomas is his most gifted receiver, but he'll have a major adjustment to make after playing in a run-heavy, triple-option offense in college, then Tebow's zone-read in his first significant NFL action. Eric Decker, who has experience in pro style offenses, should be able to pick this up more quickly. The Broncos figure to use two tight ends often, with Joel Dreessen blocking while Jacob Tamme plays more H-back and occasional slot as a receiver. The Broncos' first option will be to throw it in the red zone. During his time with the Colts, Manning would go to the line with a passing play and audible to a run only if needed. John Fox certainly made his mark felt on the defense in his first year as Denver's head coach. The Broncos D will benefit from Peyton Manning leading longer drives on offense in 2012. The healthy return of Elvis Dumervil to partner with Von Miller forms a potent pass-rushing LB tandem. After missing 2010 with a torn pectoral muscle, Dumervil took a while to adjust to Denver's new 4-3 scheme. He had all 9.5 of his sacks in November/December, showing he's very capable of returning to his 2009 form. Miller isn't consistent against the run, but he is a 15-sack threat. He struggled late last year, with just two total tackles and zero sacks over the final three weeks, but that can likely be chalked up to him hitting the rookie wall.

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