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



TAMPA BAY (0 - 7) at SEATTLE (7 - 1)
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Week 9 Sunday, 11/3/2013 4:05 PM
Board OpenLatest
415TAMPA BAY40.540
TAMPA BAY - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games0-7-8.11-63-414.39.6297.7(4.6)1.623.313.0338.4(5.5)1.4
Road Games0-3-3.70-31-214.39.0303.3(4.8)1.324.017.7317.7(5.3)1.3
Last 3 Games0-3-30-33-018.711.0328.3(4.9)
Turf Games0-2-2.70-20-210.08.5286.5(4.8)1.520.514.5331.0(4.8)1.5
TAMPA BAY - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)14.39.617.930:2725-94(3.8)21-3954.2%204(5.2)64-298(4.6)(20.8)
Opponents Defensive Avg.21.410.419.730:5825-100(3.9)23-3861.3%243(6.5)63-343(5.5)(16.1)
Offense Road Games14.39.017.730:4925-91(3.6)20-3951.7%212(5.5)64-303(4.8)(21.2)
Defense (All Games)23.313.019.729:3326-95(3.7)23-3564.9%244(6.9)61-338(5.5)(14.5)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.611.820.530:2427-108(4)22-3661.9%242(6.7)63-351(5.6)(15.5)
Defense Road Games24.017.719.329:1127-88(3.3)23-3468.3%230(6.8)60-318(5.3)(13.2)
TAMPA BAY - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against10.61.72.414-539.1%1-032.8%2-40(24.1)17-2(7.8)7-58
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 13-537.0%1-050.0%1-25(22)1-10(6.7)6-59
Opponents Avg. Stats For1.30.51.8 14-539.1%1-040.9%2-39(22.3)17-2(8)6-52
Stats Against (Road Games) 14-538.1%1-050.0%1-21(21.3)1-13(9.5)7-65

SEATTLE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games7-1+4.55-35-325.610.6339.4(5.8)1.515.68.4288.0(4.8)2.6
Home Games3-0+22-12-131.312.0391.0(6)1.711.03.3231.7(4.4)3.3
Last 3 Games3-0+31-21-222.710.3294.3(5.6)1.314.77.7265.3(4.4)2.0
Turf Games3-0+22-12-131.312.0391.0(6)1.711.03.3231.7(4.4)3.3
SEATTLE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)25.610.619.130:4232-141(4.4)16-2762.0%199(7.5)58-339(5.8)(13.2)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.311.119.330:0027-114(4.1)21-3362.2%219(6.6)60-333(5.5)(14.9)
Offense Home Games31.312.023.734:1339-160(4.1)17-2665.8%231(8.8)65-391(6)(12.5)
Defense (All Games)15.68.419.030:4626-104(4)19-3457.4%184(5.4)60-288(4.8)(18.4)
Opponents Offensive Avg.2110.219.330:2227-111(4)20-3460.5%216(6.4)61-326(5.3)(15.6)
Defense Home Games11.03.314.025:4721-72(3.4)16-3250.5%159(5)53-232(4.4)(21.1)
SEATTLE - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 13-536.4%1-042.9%2-65(26.1)1-3(2.1)6-56
Opponents Avg. Stats For1.20.51.8 13-536.8%1-149.5%2-54(23.5)12-2(5.4)6-55
Stats Against (Home Games) 13-428.9%1-150.0%3-76(28.4)1-1(1)8-70
Average power rating of opponents played: TAMPA BAY 20.6,  SEATTLE 18.8
TAMPA BAY - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/8/2013@ NY JETS17-18L-4L39.5U25-6515-31-185229-9024-39-2142
9/15/2013NEW ORLEANS14-16L3W48.5U33-1609-22-113220-7526-46-2962
9/22/2013@ NEW ENGLAND3-23L7L44.5U22-9719-41-226133-15625-36-2021
10/20/2013@ ATLANTA23-31L6.5L43.5O28-11126-44-226118-1820-26-2731
11/3/2013@ SEATTLE            
11/24/2013@ DETROIT            
12/1/2013@ CAROLINA            

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@ ARIZONA34-22W-5W41O32-13518-29-209218-3030-45-2042
10/28/2013@ ST LOUIS14-9W-13L43U15-4410-18-91037-20015-31-1392
11/3/2013TAMPA BAY            
11/10/2013@ ATLANTA            
12/2/2013NEW ORLEANS            
TAMPA BAY: Because the team was involved in so many back-and-forth, comeback affairs, Tampa was more pass-happy than head coach Greg Schiano would have liked. That should change this year, as they'll rely heavily on Doug Martin as the centerpiece of the offense. They'll continue to use a lot of zone blocking in front of Martin, and Erik Lorig will be on the field often as a lead blocker. They added ex-Bengal hybrid back Brian Leonard, one of Schiano's best players at Rutgers. He figures to take some passing down reps from Martin, but he won't get many carries. Rookie Mike James won't be used much either. The Bucs brass is reportedly a little sour on Josh Freeman, and they may opt to take the ball out of his hands more. Most of what they'll do will be based off play-action and aimed at getting the big play. Vincent Jackson will continue to see a ton of passes thrown his way on the outside, with Mike Williams settled in as a complementary player. Martin will see more work in the passing game, both as a safety valve and on screens. The Bucs don't have a big role for the tight ends in this offense, but they don't have much talent at that position anyway. Tampa Bay would also like to get more run-heavy in the red zone, where Martin now takes pretty much all reps. The Bucs boasted the NFL's No. 1 run defense (82.5 rush YPG allowed), but only because teams torched them through the air for a league-worst 297 passing YPG. Shutdown CB Darrelle Revis and hard-hitting FS Dashon Goldson will help fix the broken secondary, but the pass rush (26 sacks, T-3rd-worst in NFL) is still pretty weak, even if DE Adrian Clayborn returns 100 percent from last year's torn ACL. But there's nothing weak about non-stop WLB Lavonte David who recorded 20 TFL (3rd in NFL) as a rookie last year.
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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*Buccaneers-Seahawks Preview* =============================


The Seattle Seahawks appeared to have a favorable stretch in the schedule, but their most recent game showed that might not be as easy as it seemed.

Being short-handed at wide received likely won't make it any easier.

The Seahawks will be without both Sidney Rice and Percy Harvin on Sunday against the winless Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Seattle (7-1) is in the midst of four games against opponents that are all below .500, but it had to fight for a 14-9 win in St. Louis in the opener to that stretch Monday night. The Seahawks stuffed Rams running back Daryl Richardson at the 1-yard line then forced an incomplete pass on the game's final two plays.

Seattle's seven first downs were the fewest in a victory in franchise history, and its 135 yards of offense were the least since gaining 128 in a 27-3 loss to Arizona on Oct. 18, 2009.

"I think championship teams are able to win the ugly games, where things aren't going right, ball isn't going their way, and they are still able to stand up when they need to," cornerback Richard Sherman said.

Russell Wilson was sacked a career-high seven times but managed to throw a pair of touchdowns, including an 80-yarder to Golden Tate in the third quarter. Wilson has been playing in front of an offensive line that's missing tackles Russell Okung (toe) and Breno Giacomini (knee), and Seattle has given up 27 sacks, four more than any other NFC team.

The Seahawks' offense became even more short-handed after Rice suffered a season-ending knee injury Monday. They were hoping Harvin would be able to make his season debut this week, but he is continuing to recover from August hip surgery.

Coach Pete Carroll said the team rested Harvin this week after he became sore after returning to practice a week ago. Harvin went for a follow-up MRI that confirmed there are no complications from the surgery and that he just needed to be dialed back a bit in his recovery.

The loss of the 6-foot-4 Rice means the Seahawks won't have a wide receiver taller than the 6-2 Ricardo Lockette, who was elevated from the practice squad Wednesday to take Rice's spot.

Seattle, however, might not need much help to outduel one of the league's worst offenses.

Tampa Bay's averages of 14.3 points and 297.7 yards rank only ahead of the other winless team in the league, Jacksonville (10.8 and 286.5). With leading rusher Doug Martin out indefinitely with a shoulder injury, the Buccaneers (0-7) were held to a season-low 48 yards on the ground in a 31-13 loss to Carolina on Oct. 24.

Mike James had 39 yards on 10 carries in his first career start. The Buccaneers are also missing guard Carl Nicks and receiver Mike Williams, who will miss the rest of the season after undergoing hamstring surgery.

Even before Williams' injury, coach Greg Schiano was planning on tweaking the offense to help rookie quarterback Mike Glennon.

Glennon has thrown more passes than any player in league history in his first four games (181) but is averaging less than 250 yards. He had career highs of 30 completions, 51 attempts and 275 yards in last week's defeat.

Glennon, though, couldn't get Tampa Bay into the end zone until he connected with Tim Wright on a 10-yard pass with 2:53 remaining.

"When you're 0-7 you look at every single thing, and I'm sure we're going to be stronger for it moving forward," Schiano said. "I think we've put Mike in a bad spot. He's thrown too many passes. ... We shouldn't put him in that spot as coaches. We've re-evaluated that and we're going to try to play a little more balanced."

Tampa Bay will seek to avoid its worst start since losing its first nine games in 1985 by earning a fourth straight victory over Seattle. The Buccaneers won 38-15 at home in the most recent matchup Dec. 26, 2010.

Seattle won seven of the first eight meetings between the teams, who both came into the league in 1976.

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Last Updated: 4/22/2018 11:16:14 AM EST

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