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NFL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 11/17/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




ARIZONA (5 - 4) at JACKSONVILLE (1 - 8)
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Week 11 Sunday, 11/17/2013 1:00 PM
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ARIZONA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-4+1.55-44-520.89.9316.4(5.4)2.322.012.9330.6(5.1)2.2
Road Games1-3-1.82-22-216.07.7334.0(5.6)2.725.014.0357.2(5.2)2.0
Last 3 Games2-1+11-22-125.315.0304.7(5.3)2.023.713.3290.3(4.4)2.3
Grass Games1-1+0.21-11-116.57.0349.5(5.8)3.521.016.0320.0(4.5)2.5
ARIZONA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)20.89.919.428:3324-94(4)22-3561.5%223(6.3)59-316(5.4)(15.2)
Opponents Defensive Avg.
Offense Road Games16.07.718.526:5221-84(4.1)22-3858.4%250(6.5)59-334(5.6)(20.9)
Defense (All Games)22.012.920.231:2725-87(3.5)24-4059.1%244(6)65-331(5.1)(15)
Opponents Offensive Avg.23.312.220.432:3728-114(4.1)22-3562.2%238(6.8)63-352(5.6)(15.1)
Defense Road Games25.014.021.733:0729-100(3.4)24-3961.5%257(6.6)68-357(5.2)(14.3)
ARIZONA - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against10.61.7213-536.9%1-046.2%2-48(23.8)17-2(8.3)6-54
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 14-640.2%1-037.5%3-53(20.8)2-17(8.4)7-62
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.71.7 13-539.8%1-047.7%2-44(23.1)19-2(8.6)7-59
Stats Against (Road Games) 14-539.3%0-0100.0%3-50(18.4)2-21(11.9)6-49

JACKSONVILLE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games1-8-12-75-412.85.4278.4(4.7)1.932.318.0388.8(6)1.3
Home Games0-3-30-30-33.72.7245.3(4.4)2.029.718.3387.3(5.9)0.3
Last 3 Games1-2+31-22-115.06.3295.0(5)1.331.016.3398.0(6.3)1.7
Grass Games1-602-53-411.15.6268.3(4.5)1.630.316.3381.3(5.9)1.4
JACKSONVILLE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)12.85.416.127:2623-65(2.8)21-3657.5%213(5.9)59-278(4.7)(21.8)
Opponents Defensive Avg.20.810.319.430:3726-110(4.2)21-3461.4%234(6.8)61-344(5.7)(16.5)
Offense Home Games3.72.714.724:4719-63(3.3)20-3654.1%182(5)56-245(4.4)(66.9)
Defense (All Games)32.318.022.932:3433-153(4.6)21-3265.2%236(7.4)65-389(6)(12)
Opponents Offensive Avg.25.512.320.231:4229-122(4.2)21-3362.8%231(7)62-353(5.7)(13.9)
Defense Home Games29.718.323.335:1332-144(4.5)22-3367.7%243(7.4)65-387(5.9)(13.1)
JACKSONVILLE - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against10.81.81.913-536.5%1-040.7%2-58(23.6)15-2(7.6)6-52
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 14-646.3%0-0100.0%2-38(22.7)3-23(7)5-40
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.90.71.6 13-539.7%1-051.4%2-50(23.7)22-2(9.5)6-53
Stats Against (Home Games) 13-645.0%0-00.0%1-21(21)4-37(8.5)6-46
Average power rating of opponents played: ARIZONA 23.1,  JACKSONVILLE 21.6
ARIZONA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/22/2013@ NEW ORLEANS7-31L7L48.5U16-8618-35-161224-10429-46-3191
9/29/2013@ TAMPA BAY13-10W2.5W40U20-5621-38-240331-8024-43-1733
10/13/2013@ SAN FRANCISCO20-32L9.5L40.5O21-10925-41-294438-14916-29-2382
11/17/2013@ JACKSONVILLE            
12/1/2013@ PHILADELPHIA            
12/8/2013ST LOUIS            
12/15/2013@ TENNESSEE            

JACKSONVILLE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/22/2013@ SEATTLE17-45L19.5L39O24-5118-38-214336-15621-29-3232
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@ TENNESSEE29-27W11.5W42O30-5414-23-160227-8326-42-2794
11/24/2013@ HOUSTON            
12/1/2013@ CLEVELAND            
ARIZONA: The Cardinals again reached into the Bill Cowher coaching tree to get their head coach, and Bruce Arians brought offensive line guru Harold Goodwin from Indianapolis with him to be the offensive coordinator. Expect them to build this offense around a power running game with a lot of between-the-tackles running. Arians had Rashard Mendenhall in Pittsburgh and plans on giving him a monster workload. Mendenhall should be better in his second full season back from a torn ACL. Ryan Williams is shaping up as a change-of-pace back and will have to beat out Mendenhall for third down duties. Arians' passing game takes a lot of deep shots. While Carson Palmer's arm strength disappeared years ago, he's still willing to loft passes deep and let his receivers try to make plays. That's good news for Larry Fitzgerald, and Arians will use a lot of movement and bunch formations to get him open. The Cards will use a lot of three-receiver sets with Fitzgerald and Michael Floyd running some deep crosses, and Andre Roberts in the slot. TE Rob Housler should be frequently targeted over the middle. Arians has never used his backs as receivers much, but always had a habit of getting cute in the red zone, using a lot of play-action. Fitzgerald is obviously their best red zone threat. The Cardinals allowed 137 rushing YPG last year (5th-most in NFL), but they seriously bolstered their defense in the offseason with new defensive coordinator Todd Bowles and four quality free agents in LB Karlos Dansby, SS Yeremiah Bell and DEs Matt Shaughnessy and Frostee Rucker. Rookies FS Tyrann Mathieu and ILB Keith Minter could be special players, but two Arizona players that already are special are DE Calais Campbell and CB Patrick Peterson, who had seven of the Cardinals' 22 interceptions last year (2nd in NFL).
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.
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*Cardinals-Jaguars Preview* ===========================


Winless no longer, the Jacksonville Jaguars are confidently moving forward.

In pursuit of a third straight victory, the Arizona Cardinals have the postseason on their radar but won't look past the next opponent.

Trying to win consecutive games for the first time in three seasons, the Jaguars look to build on their first victory in almost a year when they host the surging Cardinals on Sunday.

Mired in a 13-game skid that dated to a 24-19 home win over Tennessee on Nov. 25, Jacksonville (1-8) took advantage of four Titans' turnovers to win 29-27 last Sunday in Nashville. In their highest-scoring game of the season, the Jaguars prevailed after losing their first eight games by an average margin of 22.3 points.

"It was kind of like (giving the) middle finger to all the people who want talk about the Jaguars not winning the game or being the worst 0-8 team in history," guard Uche Nwaneri said. "It's kind of, 'Eat this.' That's kind of how it feels."

Though the Jaguars enjoyed the moment, they're only focus is on trying to win back-to-back games for the first time since Dec. 5-12, 2010.

"Coach (Gus Bradley) always talks about eating crumbs, and that's what we're going to do," center Brad Meester said. "Sometimes after you have that big win, you want to go out and eat that big meal, go out to Ruth's Chris. But it's about humility. You've got to continue to stay focused and not get overconfident because you've got one win.

"You've got to continue to do the things that you do, and that's what we need to do in here."

Jacksonville is still far from being a consistent winner - ranking last in the NFL averaging 12.8 points and 278.4 yards.

The Jaguars totaled 214 yards last Sunday, and though Maurice Jones-Drew opened the scoring with a 6-yard TD run, he finished with 41 yards on 21 carries. It's the sixth time he's been held to 45 or fewer rushing yards this season.

Chad Henne threw for 180 with two interceptions and no touchdowns. His only TD pass while starting the last four games went for 29 yards to Mike Brown during a 42-10 loss to San Francisco in London on Oct. 20.

The Jaguars have yet to score a TD in three games this season in Jacksonville, where they have been outscored 89-11.

Linebacker Paul Posluszny has a team-leading 88 tackles, but his status is uncertain after he suffered a concussion against the Titans. The Jaguars will be without reserve linebacker LaRoy Reynolds after he was been suspended four games for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing drugs.

Regardless of who is on the field, the Jaguars expect to face a stiff challenge against a Cardinals team looking to win three in a row for the first time since starting 4-0 last season.

Arizona (5-4) posted consecutive victories over underachievers Atlanta and Houston at home to put itself in the wild-card hunt. However, the Cardinals' only focus is toward the Jaguars and improving on their 1-3 road mark.

"Obviously, looking ahead will get you in trouble, but I like where we're at right now," coach Bruce Arians said.

"All of our focus is on Jacksonville. If we lose any sight of that, they'll beat us. They're playing really well right now."

The Cardinals have averaged 23.6 points in the last five games, and Carson Palmer threw two of his four touchdowns over the last two during last Sunday's 27-24 win over the Texans.

Palmer has thrown 15 interceptions this season, but one in each of the last two contests. He's thrown for 537 yards with three touchdowns and one pick in two career games versus Jacksonville.

Though the Cardinals rank 24th averaging 93.6 rushing yards per game, rookie Andre Ellington has averaged 7.2 per carry.

Defensively, the Cardinals returned a fumble for a TD last weekend, and have recorded at least three sacks in three straight games and four of the last five. In his 14th season and first with Arizona, John Abraham has recorded all of his team-leading five sacks in the last three games.

Arizona dropped its first two games with the Jaguars before winning 31-17 at Jacksonville in the most recent meeting in 2009.

Larry Fitzgerald has caught a touchdown pass in each of his two games versus Jacksonville.

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