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SAN DIEGO (4 - 5) at MIAMI (4 - 5)
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Week 11 Sunday, 11/17/2013 4:05 PM
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SAN DIEGO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-5-1.15-34-523.611.2395.0(6.2)1.322.411.3393.9(6.7)0.7
Road Games2-3-1.12-22-323.010.2416.6(6.4)
Last 3 Games1-2-11-21-222.711.3391.0(6.1)0.721.310.3416.7(6.8)1.0
Grass Games4-5-1.15-34-523.611.2395.0(6.2)1.322.411.3393.9(6.7)0.7
SAN DIEGO - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)23.611.224.033:0128-106(3.8)26-3671.7%289(8)64-395(6.2)(16.8)
Opponents Defensive Avg.26.413.121.331:4028-116(4.2)22-3563.0%254(7.2)63-370(5.9)(14)
Offense Road Games23.010.226.232:3627-97(3.7)29-3874.5%319(8.3)65-417(6.4)(18.1)
Defense (All Games)22.411.320.927:3924-113(4.7)24-3568.4%281(8.1)59-394(6.7)(17.5)
Opponents Offensive Avg.24.211.520.530:4027-116(4.3)22-3661.8%248(6.9)63-363(5.8)(15)
Defense Road Games22.69.421.428:3627-130(4.9)22-3366.7%293(8.9)60-423(7.1)(18.7)
SAN DIEGO - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 12-541.9%1-042.9%4-109(25.2)1-10(7.2)7-61
Opponents Avg. Stats For1.10.61.7 13-538.9%1-043.9%3-63(24.3)16-2(8.2)6-55
Stats Against (Road Games) 13-646.2%1-040.0%5-111(24.2)1-2(3)8-78

MIAMI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-5-2.64-55-221.411.6303.9(5.2)1.823.211.3357.1(5.3)1.8
Home Games2-2-1.42-22-023.211.7304.2(5.5)1.523.09.7373.5(5.2)2.2
Last 3 Games1-2-1.11-21-119.311.3286.3(4.6)1.723.07.0327.0(4.8)2.0
Grass Games3-3-1.63-33-122.510.0284.2(5)1.320.710.2341.5(4.9)2.2
MIAMI - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)21.411.617.428:0922-87(4)22-3761.0%217(5.9)58-304(5.2)(14.2)
Opponents Defensive Avg.2211.319.430:2527-113(4.1)21-3560.0%230(6.5)63-342(5.5)(15.6)
Offense Home Games23.211.715.026:1120-97(4.8)21-3560.0%207(5.9)55-304(5.5)(13.1)
Defense (All Games)23.211.321.132:4730-119(3.9)22-3760.1%238(6.4)67-357(5.3)(15.4)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.311.92030:1726-102(3.9)23-3860.3%243(6.4)64-345(5.4)(15.5)
Defense Home Games23.09.721.735:5534-133(3.9)24-3961.3%240(6.2)72-373(5.2)(16.2)
MIAMI - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.90.61.5214-639.2%1-042.9%2-46(22.8)22-2(10.2)6-57
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 14-537.7%1-057.1%2-55(23.4)3-33(10.9)6-51
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.51.5 14-537.6%1-044.7%2-48(23.7)24-2(10.1)6-56
Stats Against (Home Games) 16-745.5%0-0100.0%2-55(24.7)4-29(7.8)5-60
Average power rating of opponents played: SAN DIEGO 17,  MIAMI 21.3
SAN DIEGO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/22/2013@ TENNESSEE17-20L3T42.5U27-10220-24-175129-17023-37-2820
10/6/2013@ OAKLAND17-27L-6.5L46.5U19-3236-49-391528-10418-23-1950
10/20/2013@ JACKSONVILLE24-6W-7W44U40-15822-26-276017-7823-36-2751
11/3/2013@ WASHINGTON24-30L2L49O16-6929-46-341240-20923-32-2911
11/17/2013@ MIAMI            
11/24/2013@ KANSAS CITY            
12/8/2013NY GIANTS            
12/12/2013@ DENVER            

MIAMI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/30/2013@ NEW ORLEANS17-38L6.5L48.5O19-11522-35-216424-6830-39-3971
10/27/2013@ NEW ENGLAND17-27L6L46U31-15622-42-145337-15213-22-1001
11/11/2013@ TAMPA BAY19-22L-2.5L39O14-227-42-211137-14011-21-1241
11/17/2013SAN DIEGO            
12/1/2013@ NY JETS            
12/8/2013@ PITTSBURGH            
12/15/2013NEW ENGLAND            
SAN DIEGO: New head coach Mike McCoy oversaw more of a one-cut running scheme in Denver, but he'll probably adapt to the power personnel he has. He rotated a stable of backs with the Broncos, and it looks like a similar situation in San Diego. The perennially disappointing Ryan Mathews will take the bulk of the early down reps, but he'll be spelled early and often. Danny Woodhead will take most passing downs and get some take-what-they-give-you runs when teams send out extra defensive backs. Ronnie Brown's only real value is as a pass protector, and Le'Ron McClain will be primarily a lead blocker again. McCoy and new offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt both have a background based more in the vertical passing game, so the Chargers air attack shouldn't change much. Philip Rivers is at his best getting the ball deep up the seam, and Danario Alexander and Malcom Floyd should continue to see a lot of work there. McCoy plans on being more creative with Antonio Gates, who will continue to line up in a number of spots as a flex tight end. They will likely use either Eddie Royal or rookie Keenan Allen in the slot, though Rivers doesn't use slot receivers much. McCoy and Whisenhunt historically like to keep the ball on the ground in the red zone, and Mathews should get goal-line carries. The Chargers had seven defensive touchdowns last year, but in effort to generate more pressure (two sacks or less in 11 games in 2012), DE Dwight Freeney (107.5 career sacks) was signed. Bigger sack numbers are also expected from third-year pro DE Corey Liuget (7 sacks). But having the NFL's second-easiest schedule, plus adding shutdown CB Derek Cox and rookie LB Manti Te'o to incumbent standouts FS Eric Weddle and ILB Donald Butler makes defensive coordinator John Pagano's 3-4 scheme one to respect.
MIAMI: More than last season, this year's Miami offense figures to more closely resemble the one head coach Joe Philbin was a part of in Green Bay. Expect a lot more running out of spread looks, as the Dolphins have the personnel to line up three- and four-wide and let speedy slasher Lamar Miller stick his foot in the ground and get upfield. Miller is set to get a true No. 1 workload behind a zone-blocking line. Daniel Thomas is the No. 2 but spends a lot of time in the doghouse. The Dolphins are largely a West Coast offense, but they'll be able to stretch the field more this season. Both Mike Wallace and Brian Hartline are capable of big plays downfield, and Wallace will be used often as a catch-and-run threat as well. TE Dustin Keller will play a lot of reps and should be their primary target in the middle of the field. Brandon Gibson figures to return to strictly slot duties, as his skill set is similar to that of the departed Davone Bess. The Dolphins use their backs as receivers often, and both Miller and Thomas are capable receivers. The Dolphins figure to remain relatively run-heavy in the red zone, especially after losing top red zone target Anthony Fasano. The Dolphins finished seventh in scoring defense despite not forcing a turnover in seven of their final nine games. They moved up to draft DE Dion Jordan to line up opposite star DE Cameron Wake (15 sacks), and are banking on both CBs Brent Grimes (Achilles) and Richard Marshall (back) to be injury-free. Miami released ILBs Karlos Dansby and Kevin Burnett, and spent big on MLB Dannell Ellerbe (92 tackles, 69 solos with Ravens), giving him to a 5-year, $35M deal, and then grabbed SLB Philip Wheeler (109 tackles, 78 solos with Raiders) and inked him to $26M over five years.
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*Chargers-Dolphins Preview* ===========================


After a disheartening loss to the NFL's last winless team, the Miami Dolphins are looking to end their struggles and move past the distractions caused by the Richie Incognito saga.

Tied with the Dolphins on the outside of the AFC playoff race, the San Diego Chargers also hope to get right Sunday when they seek their first win in Miami in almost 32 years.

Playing for the first time since allegations of bullying between starting offensive linemen engulfed the locker room in controversy, the Dolphins (4-5) lost for the fifth time in six games with a 22-19 setback at previously-winless Tampa Bay on Monday night.

Second-year tackle Jonathan Martin alleges he was harassed daily by teammates, including Incognito, who has been suspended. Martin left the team before last week's game and is scheduled to meet with an NFL special investigator, while owner Stephen Ross has formed two committees to study the team's locker room culture.

"We have good guys on this team who understand adversity and understand how to handle it," quarterback Ryan Tannehill said. "This is a good test. I'm not saying it's easy. I'm not saying it's fun to deal with. But I have faith in these guys."

Now Miami coach Joe Philbin faces the challenge of keeping his team focused on its goal of reaching the playoffs for the first time since 2008.

Despite their recent swoon, the Dolphins trail the New York Jets by just one game for the AFC's sixth and final postseason spot.

While the Dolphins have allowed the most sacks in the league (37) and figure to be even more vulnerable up front with Martin and Incognito sidelined, San Diego's pass rush has only managed a pair of sacks over its last two games.

The Chargers (4-5) - also one game back in the playoff hunt, but in 11th place when you include tiebreakers - hope to bounce back after dropping games to Washington and Denver by a combined 14 points.

Since giving up a total of 15 points in consecutive wins over Indianapolis and Jacksonville, San Diego has allowed 58 over the past two weeks. Robert Griffin III and Peyton Manning combined to complete 70.5 percent of their passes for 621 yards against the Chargers, who rank 28th in the league with 279.6 passing yards allowed per game.

"What happens when you play a good team like this, the little mistakes blow up in a hurry," said coach Mike McCoy after Manning burned his team for four touchdown passes.

Tannehill will look to take advantage of San Diego's scuffling pass defense after completing 67.1 percent of his attempts for 437 yards with two scores and one pick in his last two games. He connected on only 54.5 percent for 942 yards with seven touchdowns and seven interceptions during the team's four-game losing streak.

Tannehill, however, would like to get some help from a running game that was limited to a franchise-low two yards against the Buccaneers. One game after posting the first 100-yard effort of his career, Lamar Miller carried seven times for two yards - with a long of four.

"We didn't have any type of way to keep them off balance because we weren't able to establish the run," Philbin said.

In the most recent meeting on Oct. 2, 2011, Philip Rivers completed 21 of 31 passes for 307 yards and a touchdown in a 26-16 win over visiting Miami.

On Sunday, Rivers threw for 218 yards on 19 of 29 passing with one score in a 28-20 home loss to the Broncos. He fired a seven-yard scoring strike to Danny Woodhead, who has a team-high 53 catches for 408 yards and four touchdowns.

Rivers, who has a career-high 71.6 completion percentage, has connected on 74.3 percent for an average of 328.0 yards with nine touchdowns and five interceptions in five road games.

He could find the going a bit more difficult against Miami, which has allowed an average of 176.0 passing yards while causing seven turnovers over its last four contests.

Making matters worse, San Diego left tackle King Dunlap went down with a strained neck against Denver and doesn't know if he'll be able to play. The Chargers also have lost outside linebacker Larry English for the season due to a pectoral injury.

San Diego has lost on its last six trips to Miami, including a pair of playoff meetings. The Chargers' last victory in south Florida was the well-known 41-38 overtime thriller in the AFC Divisional playoff game on Jan. 2, 1982.

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