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NFL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 11/10/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore
JACKSONVILLE
 
TENNESSEE
+11.5  

-11.5  
+400

-600

42
 
29
Final
27

JACKSONVILLE (0 - 8) at TENNESSEE (4 - 4)
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Week 10 Sunday, 11/10/2013 1:00 PM
Board OpenLatest
203JACKSONVILLE41.541.5
204TENNESSEE-13.5-12.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
JACKSONVILLE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games0-8-51-74-410.74.5286.5(4.8)1.933.019.4392.1(6.1)1.0
Road Games0-5-21-44-115.05.6311.2(4.9)1.835.020.0395.0(6.2)1.4
Last 3 Games0-3-11-22-111.76.0344.3(5.4)1.333.718.7413.0(6.5)1.3
Grass Games0-6-41-52-48.24.3277.3(4.6)1.530.817.8384.5(6.1)1.0
Division Games0-1-10-10-13.03.0205.0(4.1)3.037.020.0437.0(6.4)1.0
JACKSONVILLE - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)10.74.516.527:1122-66(3)22-3857.2%220(5.8)60-286(4.8)(26.7)
Opponents Defensive Avg.20.710.419.629:2626-110(4.2)21-3561.2%239(6.9)61-349(5.7)(16.9)
Offense Road Games15.05.617.628:3724-68(2.8)23-3959.0%243(6.2)63-311(4.9)(20.7)
Defense (All Games)33.019.423.432:4934-161(4.8)20-3165.7%231(7.5)64-392(6.1)(11.9)
Opponents Offensive Avg.26.212.620.731:5529-124(4.3)21-3363.3%235(7)62-359(5.8)(13.7)
Defense Road Games35.020.023.431:2335-172(5)19-2964.4%223(7.7)64-395(6.2)(11.3)
JACKSONVILLE - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
 INTFLTODIFF#-MADEPCT#-MADEPCTKR-YDSYPKRPR-YDSYPPRPEN-YDS
Stats For (All Games)1.50.41.9-0.914-429.5%2-135.3%3-66(23)2-5(3.2)6-55
Opponents Avg. Stats Against1.10.71.81.813-536.3%1-040.2%2-59(23.9)13-2(7)6-56
Stats For (Road Games)1.20.61.8-0.414-532.4%2-141.7%3-67(22.2)2-6(3.1)6-60
Stats Against (All Games)0.40.61.0 13-644.8%0-0100.0%1-32(23.5)3-24(7)5-39
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.71.5 13-539.7%1-052.9%2-49(23.9)22-2(9.3)7-54
Stats Against (Road Games)0.41.01.4 13-644.6%1-1100.0%2-39(24.5)3-17(5.7)5-35

TENNESSEE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games4-4+0.95-25-321.68.5318.0(5.3)1.120.98.6340.4(5.6)1.9
Home Games2-201-23-123.08.5370.2(6)1.221.711.5327.2(5.6)1.7
Last 3 Games1-2-12-12-119.35.7318.0(6)2.024.010.3372.0(5.8)1.3
Grass Games3-3+0.93-24-222.08.5326.3(5.3)0.821.09.2326.0(5.4)1.8
Division Games0-1-11-01-024.010.0248.0(3.9)0.030.07.0452.0(5.9)2.0
TENNESSEE - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)21.68.517.529:1728-115(4.1)18-3158.7%203(6.5)60-318(5.3)(14.7)
Opponents Defensive Avg.21.611.118.629:1327-113(4.2)20-3360.1%216(6.5)60-328(5.5)(15.2)
Offense Home Games23.08.518.528:4824-106(4.5)22-3859.6%264(7)61-370(6)(16.1)
Defense (All Games)20.98.619.731:1728-123(4.4)21-3362.6%218(6.6)61-340(5.6)(16.3)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.310.82032:3228-119(4.2)21-3462.5%230(6.8)62-349(5.6)(15.7)
Defense Home Games21.711.518.531:1229-116(4)19-2964.4%211(7.1)59-327(5.6)(15)
TENNESSEE - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
 INTFLTODIFF#-MADEPCT#-MADEPCTKR-YDSYPKRPR-YDSYPPRPEN-YDS
Stats For (All Games)0.90.21.10.714-640.0%1-155.6%2-55(24.6)3-18(6.9)7-61
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.80.61.41.613-536.5%1-045.4%3-63(23.7)18-2(8.3)7-59
Stats For (Home Games)0.70.51.20.515-641.7%1-160.0%2-59(23.5)2-15(6.1)8-70
Stats Against (All Games)0.71.11.9 13-434.0%0-050.0%2-53(23.7)3-14(5.3)6-51
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.90.71.6 14-538.2%1-046.8%2-56(23.2)20-2(8.4)7-59
Stats Against (Home Games)0.71.01.7 12-432.0%0-00.0%1-31(20.7)2-13(5.3)7-53
Average power rating of opponents played: JACKSONVILLE 22,  TENNESSEE 19.6
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
JACKSONVILLE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/15/2013@ OAKLAND9-19L3.5L41U19-3425-38-214034-22615-24-1141
9/22/2013@ SEATTLE17-45L19.5L39O24-5118-38-214336-15621-29-3232
9/29/2013INDIANAPOLIS3-37L7.5L42U18-4017-32-165329-15424-39-2831
10/6/2013@ ST LOUIS20-34L11L41O25-9616-32-267336-14319-34-2080
10/13/2013@ DENVER19-35L26.5W52.5O27-7127-42-291229-11228-42-2953
10/20/2013SAN DIEGO6-24L7L44U17-7823-36-275140-15822-26-2760
10/27/2013*SAN FRANCISCO10-42L15.5L40O25-9029-45-228138-22111-17-1771
11/10/2013@ TENNESSEE            
11/17/2013ARIZONA            
11/24/2013@ HOUSTON            
12/1/2013@ CLEVELAND            
12/5/2013HOUSTON            

TENNESSEE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
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@ SEATTLE13-20L11.5W42U20-6617-29-157233-15123-31-2532
10/20/2013SAN FRANCISCO17-31L3L41O13-7025-41-298241-15313-21-1960
11/3/2013@ ST LOUIS28-21W-3W41O35-19813-22-165232-16020-35-2032
11/10/2013JACKSONVILLE            
11/14/2013INDIANAPOLIS            
11/24/2013@ OAKLAND            
12/1/2013@ INDIANAPOLIS            
12/8/2013@ DENVER            
KEY GAME INFORMATION
JACKSONVILLE: The Jaguars will continue to utilize a zone-blocking scheme for their running game, which will be the bulk of what this offense does as they still search for any semblance of a passing threat. Maurice Jones-Drew will once again be asked to carry a heavy workload as long as he's healthy, primarily because they have so few options behind him. But new offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch is expected to give more two-back looks, with Montell Owens doing some lead blocking and also lining up in some single-back sets. The wild card could be Denard Robinson, who will push Justin Forsett for change-of-pace duties. They don't have a lot of options with this passing game, due simply to a lack of talent. Most likely they'll try to spread the field and get some quick catch-and-run opportunities as Fisch comes from a West Coast background. He'll put Blaine Gabbert on the move a little more, which should help the young QB, who's gun shy in the face of the rush. Cecil Shorts figures to get a boost in Fisch's offense, at least while Justin Blackmon serves his four-game suspension to start the season. Marcedes Lewis should be a more prominent part of the offense. The Jaguars were forced to throw in the red zone much more often after Jones-Drew got hurt last year, but their first choice is to force-feed Jones-Drew. New defensive coordinator Bob Babich, the former Bears DC and LB coach, inherits a defense that logged the second-most minutes on the field because of a horrible offense. But the Jags recorded five fewer sacks than any other NFL team and failed to score a defensive touchdown for the third time in four seasons. This year's unit will look much different with at least four new starters signed via free agency -- DTs Roy Miller and Kyle Love, LB Geno Hayes and CB Alan Ball. MLB Paul Posluszny is still a tackling machine.
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.
PREVIEW
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*Jaguars-Titans Preview* ========================

By NOEY KUPCHAN STATS Writer

The Tennessee Titans used a rejuvenated ground game to help them win their first contest in a month.

A matchup against the winless Jacksonville Jaguars and their dreadful run defense could help them climb into the playoff conversation.

Tennessee tries to move over .500 Sunday against the visiting Jaguars, who have yet another obstacle to overcome with Justin Blackmon suspended again.

The Titans (4-4) ended a three-game losing streak with a needed 28-21 win at St. Louis last Sunday. Chris Johnson, averaging a career-low 3.7 yards per carry, turned in a vintage performance with 150 rushing yards and two touchdowns as Tennessee compiled a season-high 198 yards on the ground.

The Titans averaged 80.3 run yards during their skid after averaging 119.8 yards on the ground in their first four.

"That's our formula to win. The running game really is what made it happen," coach Mike Munchak said. "Any offense wants to be able to do that. If we can control the line of scrimmage, get the running game going like that, it just opens up a lot of things."

Sitting just outside the AFC wild-card picture, the Titans are two games behind South-leading Indianapolis. They host the Colts in what sets up as a crucial matchup in Week 11 following this contest.

"This is the meat of the deal with two division games in 10 days," Munchak said. "You win the next one then the next one becomes an even bigger game. We know we have to make our move, and (last Sunday) was part of that. We needed that in a big way, and we got it. Now it's Jacksonville."

The Titans have to like their chances of keeping things going against the Jaguars (0-8), who have surrendered an NFL-worst 161.8 rushing yards per contest and league-high 13 rushing TDs.

Jacksonville, giving up a league-high 33.0 points per game, is also last with an average of 10.8 points. Things aren't about to get any easier without Blackmon, who was suspended indefinitely for his latest violation of the NFL's substance-abuse policy last Friday, his third offense in roughly 18 months.

The second-year wideout hauled in 29 catches for 415 yards and a touchdown during a four-game stretch after serving a four-game suspension to open the year. Blackmon will be eligible to apply for reinstatement prior to the start of the 2014 season.

"It was disappointing ... for him and for our team to find out the information," coach Gus Bradley said. "I think for me right now, the best thing for us and our organization is we're focusing on our team and the tasks that we have in front of us."

Off to their worst start in franchise history, the Jaguars haven't played since a 42-10 rout at the hands of San Francisco in London on Oct. 27. Maurice Jones-Drew compiled a season-high 122 yards from scrimmage but Jacksonville was gashed for 221 on the ground.

"We really need to take a look at it, whether it's missed tackles, missed assignments, or execution," Bradley said. "For whatever reason, we did not play things correctly and we need to find out why."

While things haven't gone their way, the Jaguars come out of their bye with a surprising sense of optimism.

"Hopefully, we got our rest and time away," quarterback Chad Henne told the team's official website. "Now, it's a new season. We'll try to treat it one game at a time and hopefully, we'll start out with a win.

"The guys are still hungry. We have eight games left. You can go 8-8 or you can go the other way and go 0-8. ... If we can take care of what we need to take care of, who knows what can happen."

Henne will likely need to step up if Jacksonville hopes to get on track. The sixth-year quarterback has averaged 265.0 yards while throwing two touchdowns and five interceptions in five starts.

Henne also had a rough time during his last visit to Tennessee, throwing three interceptions - two of which were brought back for touchdowns by linebacker Zach Brown - in a 38-20 loss Dec. 30. Tennessee has taken four of five from the Jaguars at home.

Jacksonville has lost 13 straight and 20 of 21 dating to last season, with its lone win coming 24-19 over the Titans on Nov. 25.

Game Notes:


Last Updated: 9/21/2014 1:11:42 PM EST


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