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Sunday 10/13/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




TENNESSEE (3 - 2) at SEATTLE (4 - 1)
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Week 6 Sunday, 10/13/2013 4:05 PM
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TENNESSEE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-2+1.93-13-223.010.2318.0(5)0.619.07.6321.4(5.4)2.2
Road Games1-1+0.92-01-120.08.5238.5(3.8)
Last 3 Games2-1+11-12-125.011.3371.0(5.8)
TENNESSEE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.
Offense Road Games20.08.515.532:3737-115(3.1)14-2556.0%123(4.9)62-238(3.8)(11.9)
Defense (All Games)19.07.618.829:3924-103(4.3)22-3661.8%218(6.1)59-321(5.4)(16.9)
Opponents Offensive Avg.21.210.520.732:5026-105(4)24-3864.0%262(6.9)64-367(5.7)(17.3)
Defense Road Games19.54.519.529:3621-102(4.7)23-4058.0%221(5.5)62-323(5.2)(16.6)
TENNESSEE - 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) 13-428.1%0-050.0%3-57(21.9)3-13(4.5)7-52
Opponents Avg. Stats For1.40.82.2 14-537.8%1-036.2%2-55(23.8)21-2(8.9)7-59
Stats Against (Road Games) 15-533.3%0-0100.0%4-91(22.7)3-5(1.7)4-43

SEATTLE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-1+1.54-14-127.410.8366.4(5.9)1.616.28.8301.6(5)3.0
Home Games2-0+12-02-037.014.5384.5(5.9)1.510.00.0236.0(4.3)4.0
Last 3 Games2-1-0.52-13-032.015.3390.7(6.4)2.023.712.3352.7(5.2)2.7
Turf Games2-0+12-02-037.014.5384.5(5.9)1.510.00.0236.0(4.3)4.0
SEATTLE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)27.410.820.232:3235-159(4.6)16-2760.0%207(7.7)62-366(5.9)(13.4)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.110.718.430:4329-124(4.2)18-3059.0%191(6.3)60-315(5.3)(14.3)
Offense Home Games37.014.523.534:3941-164(4)14-2460.4%220(9.2)65-384(5.9)(10.4)
Defense (All Games)16.28.818.829:4827-107(4)19-3356.3%195(5.8)60-302(5)(18.6)
Opponents Offensive Avg.19.59.619.831:5628-121(4.3)20-3458.8%209(6.2)62-331(5.3)(16.9)
Defense Home Games10.00.014.525:2122-75(3.4)15-3347.0%160(4.9)55-236(4.3)(23.6)
SEATTLE - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against10.51.5214-535.4%1-046.4%2-38(22.6)26-3(9.8)6-52
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 13-537.9%0-050.0%2-53(26.5)1-3(2.3)6-67
Opponents Avg. Stats For1.20.61.8 14-539.3%1-040.7%2-53(24.5)11-2(5.7)6-54
Stats Against (Home Games) 13-326.9%1-050.0%2-53(26.5)1-1(1)8-83
Average power rating of opponents played: TENNESSEE 16.6,  SEATTLE 19.4
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 JETS38-13W-3W40.5O31-7821-32-244023-9123-34-2394
10/6/2013KANSAS CITY17-26L2L37.5O22-10521-41-234326-12020-39-2332
10/13/2013@ SEATTLE            
10/20/2013SAN FRANCISCO            
11/3/2013@ ST LOUIS            

SEATTLE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/8/2013@ CAROLINA12-7W-3W44U26-7025-33-300125-12416-23-1192
9/15/2013SAN FRANCISCO29-3W-5W31O47-1728-19-118120-10013-28-1075
9/29/2013@ HOUSTON23-20W-1.5W41O30-17912-23-91235-15131-49-3253
10/6/2013@ INDIANAPOLIS28-34L-3L43.5O34-21815-31-205229-10916-29-2082
10/17/2013@ ARIZONA            
10/28/2013@ ST LOUIS            
11/3/2013TAMPA BAY            
11/10/2013@ ATLANTA            
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.
SEATTLE: The Seahawks were the most run-heavy team in the NFL last year, and they'll be up there again this season. They have big, physical linemen who operate a zone-blocking scheme with a lot of inside zone runs by Marshawn Lynch. Lynch remains the feature back, running behind fullback Michael Robinson. Rookie Christine Michael could push Robert Turbin for the No. 2 job. They don't have many designed running plays for Russell Wilson, but he does have the neon green light to scramble. Offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell's West Coast passing game took off in the second half of last season, and they'll get even more creative with Percy Harvin, the league's most dangerous catch-and-run threat. Harvin will line up everywhere, including the backfield, and see a lot of screens and be targeted frequently on rollouts. Wilson's pocket moves around, and they'll use play-action to open things up deep for Sidney Rice and Golden Tate. Zach Miller is a popular play-action target but will see fewer targets with Harvin coming in. They rarely use their backs as receivers. Seattle gets more aggressive with the passing game inside the 20, with Rice being the primary target and both tight ends (Miller and Anthony McCoy) involved. Otherwise, it's a whole lot of Lynch. The Seahawks led the NFL in scoring defense in 2012 (15.3 PPG allowed), and generated 15 forced turnovers and five touchdowns in their final six games. Their subpar pass rush should improve greatly under new defensive coordinator Dan Quinn, who has several DE/OLB types to run his more aggressive scheme, including former Lions DE Cliff Avril (29 sacks since 2010). New CB Antoine Winfield (72 solo tackles) joins a stacked secondary that already includes CB Richard Sherman (8 INT) and FS Earl Thomas (3 INT).
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*Titans-Seahawks Preview* =========================


Though one winning streak has ended, the Seattle Seahawks are poised to make sure another continues.

Looking to bounce back from their first regular-season defeat in 10 games, the Seahawks try for an 11th consecutive home victory Sunday against the Tennessee Titans.

Seattle (4-1) led 12-0 early against Indianapolis on Sunday and controlled much of the game, but was outscored 11-0 in the fourth quarter en route to a 34-28 defeat. The Seahawks had won nine in a row in the regular season since a 24-21 defeat at Miami on Nov. 25.

"I don't want to get real good at this," coach Pete Carroll said. "I don't want to get good at playing after losses, but we need to handle it well, but I'm curious to see if we do.

"We'll take care of that stuff day by day and watch what is going on and listen to them and make sure we're on track and getting a great preparation."

Though there's obviously no need to panic, the Seahawks will look to address some issues on both sides of the ball.

A team that yielded 27 points in the first three weeks gave up 54 in the past two games. The Seahawks outscored their first four opponents 44-7 in the fourth quarter but allowed the Colts to dominate the final period by holding the ball for 12:11 and gaining 110 of their 317 total yards.

Seattle managed 30 total yards, ran eight offensive plays and earned one first down in the fourth.

Russell Wilson and Marshawn Lynch each ran for 102 yards as the Seahawks gained 218 on the ground, but Seattle lost for the first time in its last eight games in which it's rushed for at least 200. Wilson threw for 210 yards with two touchdowns and an interception.

"It's a very frustrating game to leave out there," Carroll said.

Seattle would appear to be in good position to get back on track at CenturyLink Field, as its 10-game run there is the longest active regular-season home winning streak in the league. The Seahawks have outscored opponents 222-53 in the last six of those victories.

Tennessee (3-2) snapped a five-game skid to the Seahawks with a 17-13 road win in the teams' last meeting Jan. 3, 2010, but it's dropped three straight road contests against NFC opponents. The Titans were outscored 85-14 at Minnesota and Green Bay in their two such games last season.

Tennessee will also be looking to bounce back from a defeat, as it was unable to complete a perfect three-game home stretch in a 26-17 loss to undefeated Kansas City on Sunday.

"We know going to Seattle, how hard it is," coach Mike Munchak said. "We have to go reload, and we will, and play better."

The Titans hope to run the ball better after totaling 183 rushing yards the past two weeks. Chris Johnson was held to 17 on 10 carries last weekend after gaining 21 on 15 against in a 38-13 win over the New York Jets on Sept. 29. Tennessee also failed to score on a first-and-goal situation from the Chiefs' 1-yard line, with bruising back Jackie Battle stopped twice in the sequence.

Tennessee ranks 19th in the NFL with 3.7 yards per carry, though it's fourth with 31.4 rushing attempts a contest. The Titans hope to have veteran Shonn Greene back this week to provide backfield depth after he missed the last four games with a knee injury.

The Seahawks allow 4.0 yards per carry and 109.0 a game on the ground.

"We're not playing near as well as we hope we will be at some time this season," Munchak said. "We've played well in spurts as far as doing things consistently but haven't yet to this point. When you're not converting things like that third-and-1s, fourth-and-1s, like I said that's concerning and that's up front. We have to get more push at times."

Ryan Fitzpatrick remains under center in place of Jake Locker. Fitzpatrick was 21 of 41 for 247 yards and a TD, but threw a pair of interceptions in final 6:14 against Kansas City.

"We just can't beat ourselves," defensive back Bernard Pollard said.

Johnson rushed for 134 yards and two touchdowns at Seattle in 2010.

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