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NFL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 11/3/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




NEW ORLEANS (6 - 1) at NY JETS (4 - 4)
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Week 9 Sunday, 11/3/2013 1:00 PM
Board OpenLatest
405NEW ORLEANS-3.5-5.5
406NY JETS4545.5
NEW ORLEANS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games6-1+55-23-428.015.1396.0(6.2)
Road Games2-1+11-21-223.012.3359.7(5.6)1.320.710.3361.0(5.9)1.3
Last 3 Games2-1+12-12-129.316.0364.7(5.9)0.721.711.3369.7(5.7)1.7
Turf Games0-1-10-11-027.07.0361.0(5.8)
NEW ORLEANS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.24.112.920.631:2128-111(4)22-3761.3%250(6.8)65-362(5.6)(15)
Offense Road Games23.012.319.332:1525-91(3.7)24-3961.5%269(6.9)64-360(5.6)(15.6)
Defense (All Games)17.19.719.026:3623-110(4.8)21-3559.2%222(6.3)58-332(5.7)(19.4)
Opponents Offensive Avg.
Defense Road Games20.710.320.027:4529-132(4.6)19-3359.2%229(7)61-361(5.9)(17.5)
NEW ORLEANS - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against1.
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 12-435.7%1-016.7%2-41(26.2)2-10(5.9)5-43
Opponents Avg. Stats For1.10.61.8 14-535.8%1-041.0%2-49(24)16-2(8.5)6-52
Stats Against (Road Games) 13-536.8%1-025.0%2-44(26.6)2-9(4.3)7-65

NY JETS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-4+2.95-35-317.99.6330.4(5.2)2.126.415.2315.0(5.1)0.6
Home Games3-1+2.83-12-220.211.2366.7(5.3)1.720.712.5300.2(4.9)0.7
Last 3 Games1-2-0.71-22-115.07.3296.7(4.4)1.731.719.3341.7(5.8)0.7
Turf Games3-3+0.84-23-316.79.0337.5(5)
NY JETS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)17.99.618.532:1630-120(4)19-3358.6%210(6.4)63-330(5.2)(18.5)
Opponents Defensive Avg.21.71119.531:5128-116(4.1)21-3560.0%226(6.4)64-343(5.4)(15.8)
Offense Home Games20.211.221.734:1535-133(3.7)19-3456.3%234(6.9)69-367(5.3)(18.1)
Defense (All Games)26.415.217.428:5825-78(3.1)22-3759.3%237(6.4)62-315(5.1)(11.9)
Opponents Offensive Avg.20.91119.230:5426-101(3.8)23-3860.1%232(6.2)64-333(5.2)(15.9)
Defense Home Games20.712.516.728:1324-87(3.6)20-3753.3%213(5.7)61-300(4.9)(14.5)
NY JETS - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against10.61.51.915-639.0%1-045.1%2-44(21.9)17-2(7.9)6-56
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 15-535.5%1-033.3%2-52(25.9)3-32(10.7)6-61
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.61.6 14-536.9%1-042.8%2-45(23.6)21-2(8.8)6-57
Stats Against (Home Games) 15-427.4%1-033.3%2-58(23.4)2-27(10.8)8-84
Average power rating of opponents played: NEW ORLEANS 19.3,  NY JETS 20
NEW ORLEANS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/15/2013@ TAMPA BAY16-14W-3L48.5U20-7526-46-296233-1609-22-1132
10/6/2013@ CHICAGO26-18W1.5W50U28-6629-35-281018-9424-33-3401
10/13/2013@ NEW ENGLAND27-30L2.5L51O26-13117-36-230235-14125-43-2351
11/3/2013@ NY JETS            
11/17/2013SAN FRANCISCO            
11/21/2013@ ATLANTA            
12/2/2013@ SEATTLE            

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@ TENNESSEE13-38L3L40.5O23-9123-34-239431-7821-32-2440
10/7/2013@ ATLANTA30-28W9.5W45O22-11816-20-170022-6437-46-2991
10/20/2013NEW ENGLAND30-27W3W43O52-17717-33-206120-9022-46-2051
10/27/2013@ CINCINNATI9-49L6.5L40.5O24-9323-37-147225-7919-30-3231
11/3/2013NEW ORLEANS            
11/17/2013@ BUFFALO            
11/24/2013@ BALTIMORE            
NEW ORLEANS: The Saints are a pass-heavy offense, but they feature one of the NFL's most versatile and unique running games. They have a series of looks they can run out of, the most common of which is Mark Ingram behind fullback Jed Collins. They use a series of zone and man blocking schemes borrowed from other systems. Darren Sproles is on the field a lot, but primarily in spread formations from which the Saints almost always throw. Most of his touches will come on receptions. Pierre Thomas is the team's most versatile back. The return of head coach Sean Payton should be a nice boost for Drew Brees and the passing game. This is a spread passing attack, with a lot of West Coast routes. Brees is most comfortable with Marques Colston, who does a lot of his work facing the line of scrimmage. They'll also use TE Jimmy Graham as basically a receiver 1A, moving him around in formations and having him work underneath or up the seam when the matchup is right. Slot receiver Lance Moore also did more work up the seam last year, though he only plays about 60 percent of snaps. Joe Morgan will take Devery Henderson's field-stretching role on the outside. The Saints are very pass-heavy in the red zone, throwing on a league-high 71.2 percent of their goal-to-go plays in 2012. The Saints gave up 908 more yards than any other NFL team, setting a league record for futility with 7,042 total yards allowed. They also surrendered the second-most points (28.4 PPG). New defensive coordinator Rob Ryan inherits a defense that recorded just six sacks in the final six games. There are still productive veterans in ILBs Curtis Lofton and Jonathan Vilma to lead the front seven, but two newcomers must have a huge impact right away, former Steelers CB Keenan Lewis, and versatile rookie FS Kenny Vaccaro.
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.
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Under new coordinator Rob Ryan, the New Orleans Saints' vastly improved defense has made things miserable for many opposing offenses.

Ryan will try to ensure that misery extends to his twin brother's team as the Saints visit the New York Jets on Sunday.

The Saints have been known for a high-powered offense, leading the league in total yardage over the last five seasons. But they've also ranked second-to-last in yards allowed over the same span and gave up a league-record 7,042 last season. Even the 2009 squad that won the team's lone Super Bowl finished 25th in total defense.

This year, however, New Orleans (6-1) has discovered a much better balance. Not only do the Saints rank among the league leaders in scoring (28.0 points per game), they're also among the best in terms of points allowed (17.1).

"When you have the league's worst defense a year ago and you have the same players, people think that those players that were playing in that scheme were terrible," said linebacker Curtis Lofton, who leads the team with 55 total tackles. "So you get a new defensive coordinator that comes in and plays to the strengths of players in this locker room, and guys are playing out there confident, playing fast ... like it's a whole different team."

Fired by Dallas after last season, Ryan has installed a 3-4 scheme focused on getting to the quarterback and forcing mistakes. The Saints are fourth in the NFL with a plus-eight turnover differential and lead the NFC with 3.4 sacks per game.

That could spell trouble for Jets signal-caller Geno Smith, who has been sacked 28 times, trailing only Miami's Ryan Tannehill (32). Smith's 13 interceptions are the league's third-most.

"It's a highly motivated group," said Ryan, 0-4 against New York coach Rex Ryan in matchups with both as either coordinators or head coaches.

"We all have egg on our face from last season and take that seriously. We want to be a hell of a lot better than what people think we are, so we're just working hard to be a little tiny part of our success."

Rex Ryan so badly wanted to move forward from the Jets' embarrassing 49-9 loss to Cincinnati last week that he chose to skip film review with the team on Monday.

"I thought it would be more beneficial just to move on to New Orleans, get a start on them, and that's exactly what we did," he said.

New York (4-4) has alternated wins and losses each week, one game shy of tying the 2005 New England Patriots for the most alternating wins and losses to start a season.

Smith's erratic play has been one of the biggest reasons for that inconsistency. He's compiled a 93.7 passer rating with seven TDs and four picks in four wins, compared to a 51.7 rating with one TD and nine interceptions in four losses.

Cincinnati returned both of his interceptions for scores last Sunday and he recorded a season-low 5.3 yards per attempt.

"I'm the type of guy that's always going to put it behind me because you can't get it back," said Smith, who has won both of his starts against NFC teams. "It's come and gone. As bad as I want to take some of those throws back, to have some of those plays back, you can't get them back."

For the Saints, Drew Brees is again one of the league's elite quarterbacks, leading the NFC in passer rating (109.2) and touchdown passes (19) while ranking second in yards (2,290). However, he's been subpar in four career starts against the Jets, going 2-2 with three TDs and five interceptions.

But Brees has recently enjoyed the development of a new weapon in rookie Kenny Stills, who has caught six passes for 193 yards and three TDs in his last two games.

New York proved susceptible to another relatively unknown receiver last week, letting Marvin Jones score four times on eight catches with 122 yards for Cincinnati.

The Saints own a 6-5 series edge with a 24-10 home win in the most recent matchup Oct. 4, 2009.

The Saints activated linebacker Jonathan Vilma from the reserve injured list Saturday to face his former team. Vilma (knee) has practiced the past two weeks without any apparent limitations and was eligible to play for the first time this season.

He played his first four years with the Jets, from 2004-07.

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