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NFL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 12/1/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




MIAMI (5 - 6) at NY JETS (5 - 6)
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Week 13 Sunday, 12/1/2013 1:00 PM
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438NY JETS-3-2.5
MIAMI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-6-2.26-55-420.811.8310.0(5.3)1.622.310.7358.5(5.4)1.6
Road Games2-3-1.22-33-220.011.4303.6(5)2.023.412.6344.0(5.5)1.4
Last 3 Games1-2-1.12-11-218.311.0296.0(5.3)1.019.310.3331.3(5.4)1.0
Turf Games0-1-10-10-117.017.0301.0(4.1)
Division Games0-2-3.20-20-119.015.5297.0(4.4)
MIAMI - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)20.811.817.428:2021-85(4.1)23-3761.8%225(6.1)58-310(5.3)(14.9)
Opponents Defensive Avg.21.711.119.330:5526-111(4.2)22-3561.2%230(6.5)62-341(5.5)(15.7)
Offense Road Games20.011.419.429:4323-79(3.5)24-3861.8%225(5.9)61-304(5)(15.2)
Defense (All Games)22.310.721.132:2530-124(4.2)22-3759.5%235(6.4)67-359(5.4)(16.1)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.811.820.331:4727-105(3.9)23-3761.6%243(6.6)64-348(5.4)(15.2)
Defense Road Games23.412.620.630:1727-108(3.9)21-3659.0%236(6.6)63-344(5.5)(14.7)
MIAMI - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against10.61.5214-538.6%1-040.9%2-50(22.8)20-2(9.9)6-57
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 14-537.3%1-166.7%2-50(23)3-35(12.3)7-54
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.61.6 14-539.1%1-047.1%2-47(23.7)22-2(9.9)6-54
Stats Against (Road Games) 13-429.7%1-150.0%2-54(22.5)2-35(14.7)6-44

NY JETS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-6+2.46-57-416.99.1315.3(5.2)
Home Games4-1+4.74-13-221.413.0361.0(5.4)1.420.612.8321.6(5.2)1.0
Last 3 Games1-2-0.51-22-114.37.7275.0(5.2)2.325.314.3344.0(5.5)1.0
Turf Games4-5+0.35-45-415.98.6316.7(5)2.224.614.9318.6(5.2)0.8
Division Games2-2-0.13-13-120.27.5370.2(5.4)2.724.215.0292.0(4.5)0.2
NY JETS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.
Offense Home Games21.413.020.233:2936-146(4.1)17-3154.8%215(6.9)67-361(5.4)(16.9)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.2311.52030:2228-107(3.9)23-3761.5%240(6.5)65-347(5.4)(15.1)
Defense Home Games20.612.818.028:2922-78(3.6)22-4054.7%244(6.1)62-322(5.2)(15.6)
NY JETS - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against10.61.6214-538.6%1-042.1%2-51(21.8)21-2(9.5)6-57
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 15-534.8%1-040.0%2-49(24.5)3-35(11.6)6-59
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.61.6 14-638.3%1-044.4%2-44(22.9)22-2(9.7)6-55
Stats Against (Home Games) 15-427.4%1-033.3%3-59(22.7)2-22(10.8)9-79
Average power rating of opponents played: MIAMI 21.6,  NY JETS 21.6
MIAMI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
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 DIEGO20-16W3W44.5U19-10422-35-239126-15422-34-2811
12/1/2013@ NY JETS            
12/8/2013@ PITTSBURGH            
12/15/2013NEW ENGLAND            
12/22/2013@ BUFFALO            
12/29/2013NY JETS            

NY JETS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/7/2013@ ATLANTA30-28W9.5W45O22-11816-20-170022-6437-46-2991
10/20/2013NEW ENGLAND30-27W3W43O52-17717-33-206120-9022-46-2051
10/27/2013@ CINCINNATI9-49L6.5L40.5O24-9323-37-147225-7919-30-3231
11/3/2013NEW ORLEANS26-20W6W45.5O36-1989-20-140013-4130-51-3662
11/17/2013@ BUFFALO14-37L-2.5L39O23-13412-29-133438-6820-28-2450
11/24/2013@ BALTIMORE3-19L3.5L38U28-10210-24-118331-6717-27-2451
12/15/2013@ CAROLINA            
12/29/2013@ MIAMI            
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.
NY JETS: After a disastrous year in Tony Sparano's 'ground and pound' offense, the Jets have turned to new offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg, more of a finesse guy and closer to former OC Brian Schottenheimer. They'll use more zone blocking, and power runner Chris Ivory will probably take the bulk of the carries. Mike Goodson, who has flashed in a part-time role, fits nicely into this scheme. So does back-up Bilal Powell, though he could end up on the outside looking in. Joe McKnight will likely continue to be a utility player. Mornhinweg is a West Coast guy. His biggest challenge will be finding some kind of rhythm for his quarterback, whether it is Geno Smith or Mark Sanchez. If nothing else, they both have the feet to run this offense. But the Jets lack any sort of true catch-and-run threat. Santonio Holmes is the best in a weak group of receivers. Stephen Hill is strictly a field-stretcher at this point, as is TE Jeff Cumberland. Jeremy Kerley will likely be leaned on more heavily, and Mike Goodson should be involved in the screen game. Mornhinweg has always skewed pass-heavy near the goal line, using a lot of play-action and rollouts. Ivory should take all red zone and goal line reps. But the Jets might be quick to abandon the run down here. The Jets have given up an increased amount of points and yards in each of the past three seasons, and their No. 2-rated pass defense lost CB Darrelle Revis, S Yeremiah Bell and S LaRon Landry. Star CB Antonio Cromartie remains for new defensive coordinator Dennis Thurman, and rookie CB Dee Milliner and SS Dawan Landry will help too. In terms of the front seven, head coach Rex Ryan will help oversee a defense that should be much more aggressive with its blitz packages with monstrous second-year OLB Quinton Coples.
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While the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins are in the thick of the AFC wild-card hunt, neither team has been able to get it together.

The Jets and Dolphins both try to get on track Sunday in East Rutherford, N.J.

After New York (5-6) became the first NFL team to alternate wins and losses through its first 10 games, that trend ended last Sunday with an ugly 19-3 loss at Baltimore. Geno Smith completed 9 of 22 passes for 127 yards and threw two more interceptions as the Jets were held to a season-low 220 yards of total offense.

"The mistakes we made, they're not on one person," said coach Rex Ryan, who plans to stick with Smith for the time being. "Offensively, as it always does, it seems like we talk about Geno all the time and that stats are out there for the public awareness, I guess. Here are the facts: He was 9 for 22, but it doesn't paint the whole picture. It's certainly not on one guy."

The Dolphins (5-6), meanwhile, are coming off a 20-16 loss to Carolina. Ryan Tannehill threw for 310 yards and a touchdown, but Miami was held to 23 points or fewer for an eighth consecutive game, a stretch during which it has gone 2-6.

"It's hard to score 20, 17, 23, 19, 22 and consistently win games in the National Football League," coach Joe Philbin said. "That's hard to do, so we have to score more points."

With the division title all but out of reach as the Jets and Dolphins trail New England by three games, they are two of several teams battling for the sixth and final playoff spot.

"At this point every game is a must-win," Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson told the team's official website. "These last five games, it's at the end now. We've definitely got to make sure we get these wins. We've got to make sure and prepare real well and execute our game plan and get the win against Miami. It's a division opponent so we have to make sure we get this win."

A better performance from Smith could go a long way for New York. The struggling rookie QB only completed 25 passes in three games in November, with just five going for 20 yards or more. In contrast, he had 17 such completions in September and 10 in October.

"The precision is huge especially when you talk about lower-percentage passes like those ones going downfield," said Smith, who has posted a 15.3 passer rating in the last two games. "It's something we've been working on. I don't think we've shied away from it or gotten away from it. I just think we haven't executed it as well as we've done in the past."

Smith has thrown an NFL-worst 18 interceptions - five in the last two games - and he appears to have a difficult matchup against Miami. The Dolphins have allowed just 12 passing TDs while recording 14 picks, good for the league's third-best ratio at 0.86.

New York could also have a hard time getting its ground game going without Chris Ivory, who is questionable after suffering an ankle injury last week. Ivory carried the ball 33 times for 237 yards - 7.2 per attempt - and two touchdowns in the previous two games.

Bilal Powell would likely start if Ivory can't go.

Dolphins running back Lamar Miller, posting 43.2 rushing yards per game, could take on a bigger workload with Daniel Thomas (ankle) out. Marcus Thigpen also figures to be involved going forward.

"We've all seen his speed flash at certain times on special teams," Tannehill said of Thigpen. "He's a weapon we can use in this offense. It's going to be exciting to see what he can bring to the table."

Miami, held to a franchise-low two rushing yards on 14 attempts in a 22-19 loss at Tampa Bay in Week 10, managed just 52 against the Panthers.

"You have to be able to run the ball to be effective," offensive coordinator Mike Sherman said. "We just have to find a way to get the balance that we so desperately need. We don't have that balance right now."

The Dolphins have dropped three straight on the road, but they are 4-1 at New York since 2008. The Jets are 4-1 at home.

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