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NY JETS (2 - 1) at TENNESSEE (2 - 1)
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Week 4 Sunday, 9/29/2013 4:05 PM
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NY JETS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games2-1+1.53-01-218.310.7378.3(5.5)2.716.711.0270.0(4.4)0.7
Road Games0-1-11-00-110.03.0318.0(4.7)
Last 3 Games2-1+1.53-01-218.310.7378.3(5.5)2.716.711.0270.0(4.4)0.7
NY JETS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)18.310.719.033:3234-134(3.9)18-3453.4%245(7.1)68-378(5.5)(20.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.
Offense Road Games10.03.015.033:6032-129(4)15-3542.9%189(5.4)67-318(4.7)(31.8)
Defense (All Games)16.711.013.026:2825-80(3.2)18-3747.3%190(5.1)62-270(4.4)(16.2)
Opponents Offensive Avg.17.610.417.428:0829-122(4.1)20-3754.7%202(5.5)66-324(4.9)(18.5)
Defense Road Games13.013.09.025:6024-54(2.2)19-3948.7%178(4.6)63-232(3.7)(17.8)
NY JETS - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against1.30.721.916-639.4%1-011.1%1-28(19.5)14-2(8.6)7-61
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 17-526.9%1-00.0%2-45(27)4-37(10.1)8-73
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.70.81.4 16-636.2%1-011.1%1-27(24.6)23-2(10.1)7-67
Stats Against (Road Games) 18-422.2%0-00.0%1-25(25)6-72(12)3-30

TENNESSEE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games2-1+1.92-01-220.09.0309.7(4.9)
Home Games1-0+10-00-120.010.0452.0(6.8)
Last 3 Games2-1+1.92-01-220.09.0309.7(4.9)
Grass Games2-1+1.92-01-220.09.0309.7(4.9)
TENNESSEE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.26.612.918.830:2129-111(3.8)20-3361.6%228(6.9)62-339(5.4)(12.8)
Offense Home Games20.010.023.031:3829-170(5.9)23-3762.2%282(7.6)66-452(6.8)(22.6)
Defense (All Games)18.76.319.329:1223-102(4.4)22-3563.8%206(5.9)58-308(5.3)(16.5)
Opponents Offensive Avg.21.19.920.430:0923-94(4.1)25-3865.5%258(6.9)61-353(5.8)(16.7)
Defense Home Games17.010.019.028:2227-102(3.8)20-2483.3%175(7.3)51-277(5.4)(16.3)
TENNESSEE - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.200.2015-641.2%1-155.6%3-67(23.2)25-2(10.4)8-72
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 13-433.3%0-0100.0%3-68(22.6)2-6(2.4)5-44
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.70.91.6 13-538.8%1-050.0%3-68(25.5)12-2(5.6)6-55
Stats Against (Home Games) 9-333.3%0-00.0%1-21(21)1-7(7)5-45
Average power rating of opponents played: NY JETS 20,  TENNESSEE 18
NY JETS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/8/2013TAMPA BAY18-17W4W39.5U29-9024-39-214225-6515-31-1852
9/12/2013@ NEW ENGLAND10-13L10.5W43.5U32-12915-35-189424-5419-39-1780
9/29/2013@ TENNESSEE            
10/7/2013@ ATLANTA            
10/20/2013NEW ENGLAND            
10/27/2013@ CINCINNATI            

TENNESSEE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/8/2013@ PITTSBURGH16-9W6W41U42-11211-20-117015-3221-33-1632
9/15/2013@ HOUSTON24-30L7W41.5O33-11917-30-129028-17226-48-2802
9/22/2013SAN DIEGO20-17W-3T42.5U29-17023-37-282027-10220-24-1751
9/29/2013NY JETS            
10/6/2013KANSAS CITY            
10/13/2013@ SEATTLE            
10/20/2013SAN FRANCISCO            
NY JETS: After a disastrous year in Tony Sparano's 'ground and pound' offense, the Jets have turned to new offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg, more of a finesse guy and closer to former OC Brian Schottenheimer. They'll use more zone blocking, and power runner Chris Ivory will probably take the bulk of the carries. Mike Goodson, who has flashed in a part-time role, fits nicely into this scheme. So does back-up Bilal Powell, though he could end up on the outside looking in. Joe McKnight will likely continue to be a utility player. Mornhinweg is a West Coast guy. His biggest challenge will be finding some kind of rhythm for his quarterback, whether it is Geno Smith or Mark Sanchez. If nothing else, they both have the feet to run this offense. But the Jets lack any sort of true catch-and-run threat. Santonio Holmes is the best in a weak group of receivers. Stephen Hill is strictly a field-stretcher at this point, as is TE Jeff Cumberland. Jeremy Kerley will likely be leaned on more heavily, and Mike Goodson should be involved in the screen game. Mornhinweg has always skewed pass-heavy near the goal line, using a lot of play-action and rollouts. Ivory should take all red zone and goal line reps. But the Jets might be quick to abandon the run down here. The Jets have given up an increased amount of points and yards in each of the past three seasons, and their No. 2-rated pass defense lost CB Darrelle Revis, S Yeremiah Bell and S LaRon Landry. Star CB Antonio Cromartie remains for new defensive coordinator Dennis Thurman, and rookie CB Dee Milliner and SS Dawan Landry will help too. In terms of the front seven, head coach Rex Ryan will help oversee a defense that should be much more aggressive with its blitz packages with monstrous second-year OLB Quinton Coples.
TENNESSEE: This team is built for power blocking up front (they spent big on guards, getting free agent Andy Levitre and drafting Chance Warmack) and lots of bodies to clear the way for Chris Johnson. They use a lot of big sets, with two tight ends or a fullback. They have mixed in quite a few zone stretch plays to better fit Johnson's skill set. They figure to give around 40 percent of early down reps to Shonn Greene, a more traditional power back. They also use zone read looks to take advantage of Jake Locker's athleticism. New offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains was the QB coach before his promotion, and he's as responsible for Locker's progression in the passing game as anyone. They still rely on a lot of screens and quick-hitters, especially with Kendall Wright and Johnson. They'll likely incorporate more deep shots this season, especially if Kenny Britt is healthy. Britt and the other outside receiver in three-wide sets, likely rookie Justin Hunter, work outside and primarily downfield. Their tight ends are greatly underutilized. Delanie Walker is athletic, but his inconsistent hands will likely keep him from grabbing a big receiving role. When the Titans reached the red zone, they leaned heavily on Johnson, but often asked Jamie Harper to finish drives. That role will likely go to Greene this year. Although the Titans allowed the most points in the NFL and recovered just five fumbles, they also scored nine non-offensive touchdowns (5 defense, 4 return) and finished second in the league with 19 picks. DE Kamerion Wimbley and OLB Akeem Ayers will continue to rush frequently off the edge, and the signing of Colts LB Moise Fokou will push underperforming MLB Colin McCarthy in training camp. The free-agent additions of safeties Bernard Pollard and George Wilson will help instill fear into opposing wideouts.
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*Jets-Titans Preview* =====================


The New York Jets and Tennessee Titans are perhaps two of the NFL's most surprising teams thus far with 2-1 records.

But also being two of the league's most-penalized clubs, the more disciplined team could very well be the one to improve to 3-1.

New York travels to Nashville on Sunday in a game that features the AFC's leading rushers in Chris Johnson and Bilal Powell.

The Jets have been called for the most penalties, averaging 11.3 for 93.0 yards per game. They committed a franchise-record 20 in Sunday's 27-20 win over Buffalo, becoming the first winning team penalized that many times since the Browns were charged with 21 while beating the Bears in 1951.

Coach Rex Ryan has installed a policy he hopes will deter his team's trend. After each penalty in practice, 10 push-ups are performed - by everyone, including Ryan himself - except for the player who committed the infraction.

"I want him to notice who he's affecting," Ryan said. "He's affecting all of us. I think that's where it's like, 'Oh, OK.' After you've done a few of those, you're like, 'Really, you got a penalty again?' And they'll get on each other."

Tennessee was called for 10 penalties for 110 yards in just the first half of its 20-17 win against San Diego. It was part of the reason the Titans, whose 31 penalties called against them are tied for third-most, needed a 94-yard game-winning drive, capped by Jake Locker's 34-yard scoring pass to Justin Hunter with 15 seconds remaining.

"We're going to harp on them, we're going to talk about them, we're going to learn from them, we're going to learn how to be smarter," coach Mike Munchak said.

While the Titans relied on late-game dramatics, penalties hamstrung the Jets in what was otherwise a dominant performance against the Bills. They totaled 513 yards, their most since 524 in a 34-20 loss to Baltimore on Dec. 24, 2000. The defense registered eight sacks for the first time since 1988.

Powell recorded career bests with 27 carries for 149 yards, pushing his season total to 226. He totaled 25 rushes in the first two games, but Chris Ivory left Sunday's game with a hamstring injury and it's unclear when he could return, leaving Powell firmly entrenched as the team's No. 1 back.

Johnson has yet to find the end zone but his 256 yards lead the AFC. The New York defense will likely be particularly wary of Johnson's speed after his 94-yard touchdown run - the longest in the league last year - in a 14-10 home victory over the Jets on Dec. 17.

New York committed five turnovers in that contest, something they've been troubled by this season with eight, the NFL's fourth-most. Tennessee is the only team besides Kansas City yet to commit one, tying the second-longest streak to start a season since 1950. The 1995 St. Louis Rams didn't commit a turnover until their fifth game.

Quarterback Geno Smith is responsible for all but one giveaway with six interceptions and one lost fumble, though he showed signs of improvement versus Buffalo. He was 16 of 29 for 331 yards - the most by a Jets rookie - two touchdowns and two picks. He also wasn't sacked after being dropped nine times in his first two starts.

"His communication and level of expertise is just getting better," right guard Willie Colon said. "I think it's important for us to get him in a rhythm, keep his confidence high and sky's the limit."

New York owns the league's seventh-best unit against the pass, limiting opponents to 190.3 yards per game, though Locker has already seen two of the NFL's top-three passing defenses in Houston and Pittsburgh. Locker, however, also appears to have more uncertainty in terms of his playmakers, particularly wide receiver Kenny Britt.

Britt has been targeted 16 times but has caught only five passes for 43 yards and was called for two penalties while failing to record a reception versus San Diego. He said Wednesday he suffered a cracked rib but is expected to play Sunday.

"He's like anybody else," Munchak said. "We need him to continue to play better just like as an offense we have to play better."

Shonn Greene - who ran for 3,423 yards and 18 TDs the last four years for the Jets before signing with the Titans as a free agent - said he will not play after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery last week.

The Jets had won five of the previous six meetings prior to last season.

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