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NFL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 11/10/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




CAROLINA (5 - 3) at SAN FRANCISCO (6 - 2)
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Week 10 Sunday, 11/10/2013 4:05 PM
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220SAN FRANCISCO-6.5-5.5
CAROLINA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-3+1.25-34-425.512.0331.5(5.3)1.413.24.1299.9(5.3)2.4
Road Games2-2-0.92-23-123.710.2338.0(5.3)
Last 3 Games3-0+33-02-131.715.0326.3(5.3)0.712.77.0301.0(5.4)2.7
Grass Games4-1+3.14-12-328.013.8324.8(5.3)
CAROLINA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)25.512.022.534:0032-129(4)19-3064.4%203(6.8)62-331(5.3)(13)
Opponents Defensive Avg.24.912.720.931:2727-111(4)23-3662.7%240(6.6)64-350(5.5)(14)
Offense Road Games23.710.222.233:5629-120(4.1)21-3463.0%218(6.5)63-338(5.3)(14.2)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.20.910.619.129:0226-104(4.1)21-3659.9%223(6.3)61-327(5.3)(15.7)
Defense Road Games17.23.719.726:0422-90(4.1)27-4066.7%228(5.6)62-318(5.1)(18.4)
CAROLINA - 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) 13-536.3%1-014.3%1-30(23.9)2-17(9)6-55
Opponents Avg. Stats For1.20.82.1 14-536.3%1-038.0%2-48(23.9)18-2(8.4)7-60
Stats Against (Road Games) 13-537.0%1-025.0%1-21(20.7)1-11(7.5)4-40

SAN FRANCISCO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games6-2-16-26-227.215.4342.9(5.8)1.518.16.1325.1(5.2)2.0
Home Games3-1-23-12-226.716.0354.7(5.9)
Last 3 Games3-0+23-03-035.022.3378.0(6.2)
Grass Games5-1-15-14-230.018.2361.0(6.1)0.817.56.8353.8(5.6)2.2
SAN FRANCISCO - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)27.215.418.630:1434-153(4.5)14-2557.3%190(7.6)59-343(5.8)(12.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.23.412.119.731:3128-118(4.2)20-3361.1%219(6.7)60-338(5.6)(14.4)
Offense Home Games26.716.018.530:3933-133(4.1)15-2756.4%222(8.1)60-355(5.9)(13.3)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.21.69.919.630:0327-114(4.3)21-3461.0%227(6.6)61-342(5.6)(15.8)
Defense Home Games19.59.519.729:2127-120(4.4)21-3659.3%239(6.6)63-359(5.7)(18.4)
SAN FRANCISCO - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.80.71.5213-538.6%1-049.1%2-59(25.5)15-2(7.3)7-56
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 14-533.0%1-154.5%3-66(20.3)3-18(7)7-61
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.61.6 13-536.6%1-043.9%2-53(23.1)18-2(7.8)6-57
Stats Against (Home Games) 13-539.2%1-050.0%3-55(20.2)2-20(7.9)5-36
Average power rating of opponents played: CAROLINA 18.5,  SAN FRANCISCO 18.6
CAROLINA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/15/2013@ BUFFALO23-24L-3.5L43.5O32-12521-38-183133-14927-39-2872
9/22/2013NY GIANTS38-0W2W47U46-19415-27-208216-6014-27-903
10/6/2013@ ARIZONA6-22L-3L41U20-9521-39-258428-9019-28-1603
10/13/2013@ MINNESOTA35-10W2.5W44.5O39-13120-26-236013-7532-44-2152
10/20/2013ST LOUIS30-15W-7W42O38-10215-17-180021-6323-34-2543
10/24/2013@ TAMPA BAY31-13W-6.5W39O27-12923-32-195014-4830-51-2491
11/10/2013@ SAN FRANCISCO            
11/18/2013NEW ENGLAND            
11/24/2013@ MIAMI            
12/1/2013TAMPA BAY            
12/8/2013@ NEW ORLEANS            

SAN FRANCISCO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/15/2013@ SEATTLE3-29L5L31O20-10013-28-107547-1728-19-1181
9/26/2013@ ST LOUIS35-11W-3W43O40-21915-23-151219-1819-41-1702
10/20/2013@ TENNESSEE31-17W-3W41O41-15313-21-196013-7025-41-2982
11/17/2013@ NEW ORLEANS            
11/25/2013@ WASHINGTON            
12/1/2013ST LOUIS            
CAROLINA: New offensive coordinator Mike Shula was promoted from QB coach, so there won't be many offensive changes. Carolina uses a zone-blocking scheme in a number of looks, from spread to wishbone. Jonathan Stewart figures to lead the RB committee in carries, with DeAngelo Williams in a No. 2 role and Mike Tolbert splitting time at halfback and fullback. They use a lot of zone read options with Cam Newton, who could very well lead the team in rushing again as Shula is committed to letting his star pupil make plays. This is a vertical passing game that works off the threat of the run. Shula will continue to make it a point to feed Steve Smith any time he's in single coverage. Smith still does most of his work downfield. Flex TE Greg Olsen serves as essentially a No. 2 receiver, working up the seam most of the time but also coming back on some checkdowns in the middle of the field. They started to work in Brandon LaFell last year as a catch-and-run guy, and he figures to kick inside when they increasingly go three-wide with field-stretcher Domenik Hixon outside. The red zone will continue to be where Newton takes over. He had nearly half the team's rushing attempts inside the 10 last year, and he and Tolbert essentially split goal line chances. When they throw, Olsen figures to be the No. 1 target. This defense will need another year or two before becoming an above-average unit. LB Luke Kuechly led the NFL with 164 tackles as a rookie, and the Panthers drafted two large DTs in Star Lotulelei and Kawann Short who will be great down the road. But although no Carolina player had more than two interceptions in 2012, the team did nothing to bolster its secondary. The best cover men are underwhelming CBs Josh Norman and Josh Taylor, and top SS Haruki Nakamura has no business being a starter in the NFL.
SAN FRANCISCO: The 49ers have a big, man-blocking offensive line and frequently use either a fullback or a second tight end. The backfield is a committee, but there are plenty of touches to go around. Frank Gore is still the leader, getting a feature back workload for all intents and purposes, and Kendall Hunter will spell him in their more traditional looks. They'll also run a ton of zone read stuff for Colin Kaepernick, and will use second-year man LaMichael James in those packages more frequently. Converted defensive end Bruce Miller is strictly a blocker at fullback. Marcus Lattimore will likely have a redshirt year. It's a lot of play-action, pistol formations and a lot of moving around for Kaepernick. His No. 1 target Michael Crabtree will be sidelined until at least December, and is more of a possession receiver, while TE Vernon Davis is going to stretch the field more often than either starting receiver. The Niners don't use a lot of three- and four-receiver looks, but they could rotate A.J. Jenkins into the game more often to provide more long speed on the outside. Mario Manningham is a question mark for the start of the season coming off torn knee ligaments. Gore takes about half their touches inside the 10 and will maintain goal line duties. They will let Kaepernick do his thing near the goal line. The 49ers defense was truly elite last year (17.1 PPG allowed, 2nd in NFL; 294 total YPG allowed, 3rd in NFL). It might be even better in 2013 after adding CB Nnamdi Asomugha, rookie FS Eric Reid and DT Glenn Dorsey. DEs Aldon Smith (19.5 sacks) and Justin Smith are both healthy, and ILBs NaVorro Bowman (148 tackles) and Patrick Willis (120 tackles) comprise the best linebacker duo in the NFL. CB Tarell Brown (13 PD) is an underrated corner and SS Donte Whitner provides quite a wallop when making a tackle.
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*Panthers-49ers Preview* ========================


The Carolina Panthers have picked up their play after a rough start, bringing themselves into the playoff picture.

While their win streak has been impressive, it hasn't come against the best competition.

The schedule will ramp up Sunday when they visit the San Francisco 49ers.

A five-game win streak by the 49ers is the only one among NFC teams currently longer than the Panthers (5-3), who have won four in a row and scored at least 30 points in each victory while limiting opponents to 15 or fewer.

Cam Newton's play has illustrated the nature of their season as a whole. He completed 57.5 percent of his passes with six TDs, five interceptions and a 78.4 passer rating in the team's first four games. During the win streak, Newton is completing 72.3 percent with seven TDs, two picks and a 109.8 rating along with three rushing touchdowns.

The surge may mean a longer leash for coach Ron Rivera, who entered the year on the hot seat after going 13-19 in his first two seasons.

"I think we can be a playoff team because of the things we've done and because of the way we're playing," Rivera said. "If we had played like this, consistent all the way through, who knows? We have a great opportunity and a challenge in front of us. The chances can be limitless. But we have to play that way. Just because we're doing it now doesn't mean it is automatic."

Carolina is a game behind New Orleans for the NFC South lead as the franchise seeks its first five-game win streak since a six-game run Oct. 3-Nov. 13, 2005. The Panthers went on to lose in the NFC championship game that year.

However, the current streak has come against teams with a combined 8-33 record. After facing the 49ers (6-2), the Panthers will host AFC East-leading New England and still have two meetings with the Saints looming.

"I think a lot of people are doubting us and what not," tackle Jordan Gross said. "But we know how good we are and we've just got to go out there every week and prove it."

San Francisco is coming off its bye week after building a wave of momentum, winning five in a row by a 174-61 margin after being outscored 56-10 in losses to Seattle and Indianapolis.

"Really a dramatic improvement in terms of playing disciplined, sound technique football," coach Jim Harbaugh said. "So, it's a great job by the fellas in that regard. Execution's been good, getting better and you keep seeing that we can, that there's even, you play good football and there's room for improvement."

The 49ers' win streak hasn't come against top-flight competition, either, with those opponents posting a 13-28 record.

Both quarterbacks figure to be tested, with Newton going up against a San Francisco defense that ranks fourth in opponent passer rating (75.3). Colin Kaepernick has rushed 18 times for 122 yards and three scores in his last two games, but Carolina has given up a total of 43 yards on 21 carries to opposing quarterbacks this year with no TDs.

Frank Gore, second in the NFL in rushing since Week 3 with 558 yards, is facing the league's second-best run defense (79.1 ypg).

While the 49ers' passing game has floundered - they rank last in yardage - Kaepernick should be helped by Mario Manningham's expected season debut. Manningham, out since suffering a knee injury last December, was second on the team last season with 42 receptions for 449 yards.

Fellow receiver Michael Crabtree was cleared to practice Tuesday, but he's likely still a few weeks away from playing after tearing his Achilles in May.

It's not clear whether Aldon Smith will play after he rejoined the team this week following a stint at an inpatient treatment center for substance abuse. Smith, arrested in September on suspicion of DUI and for possession of marijuana, has 4 1/2 sacks and 18 tackles in three games.

Carolina has won seven of the last nine meetings, including three of four in San Francisco. The teams haven't played since a 23-20 Panthers win Dec. 24, 2010, though Gore totaled 159 yards and a TD on 23 touches.

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