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NFL : Money Line Matchup
Sunday 12/10/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore




TENNESSEE (8 - 4) at ARIZONA (5 - 7)
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Week 14 Sunday, 12/10/2017 4:05 PM
Board Money Line
TENNESSEE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games8-4+35-67-522.29.4324.5(5.6)1.723.511.4328.5(5.2)1.3
Road Games3-3-0.42-43-318.37.0272.3(5)2.525.712.5303.3(4.8)1.7
Last 3 Games2-1+12-11-220.37.7312.0(6)2.323.013.0329.0(5.2)0.7
Dome Games1-0+11-00-120.06.0276.0(5.2)
TENNESSEE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)22.29.418.630:3227-122(4.5)19-3162.6%202(6.5)58-324(5.6)(14.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.411.218.830:1627-108(4)21-3362.3%225(6.8)60-333(5.5)(14.9)
Offense Road Games18.37.016.029:1626-93(3.6)18-2961.6%179(6.3)55-272(5)(14.9)
Defense (All Games)23.511.420.930:1825-86(3.5)24-3961.3%242(6.3)63-328(5.2)(14)
Opponents Offensive Avg.20.910.51930:0927-106(3.9)21-3460.8%217(6.4)61-323(5.3)(15.5)
Defense Road Games25.712.520.732:2428-99(3.5)21-3560.6%205(5.9)63-303(4.8)(11.8)
TENNESSEE - 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) 13-535.9%1-164.3%2-43(27)3-19(7.3)8-63
Opponents Avg. Stats For1.10.61.6 13-537.1%1-050.0%2-42(22.4)16-2(7.5)7-61
Stats Against (Road Games) 13-538.0%1-050.0%1-37(25)3-15(5.4)8-58

ARIZONA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-7-1.23-85-718.29.8328.0(5.3)1.725.810.5330.3(5.2)1.2
Home Games3-3+1.12-33-322.011.7346.3(5.3)1.325.78.3300.2(5.2)1.2
Last 3 Games1-2-0.11-23-021.313.3316.0(5.4)
Dome Games4-4+0.82-54-421.410.4347.0(5.3)1.625.28.6304.2(5)1.1
ARIZONA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)18.29.819.730:1524-77(3.2)22-3858.4%251(6.5)62-328(5.3)(18)
Opponents Defensive Avg.221119.330:0327-111(4.1)21-3462.2%230(6.7)61-340(5.6)(15.4)
Offense Home Games22.011.722.233:1726-87(3.3)24-4060.5%260(6.5)66-346(5.3)(15.7)
Defense (All Games)25.810.519.230:4227-99(3.7)22-3661.0%231(6.4)63-330(5.2)(12.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.23.811.619.830:2527-112(4.1)21-3560.7%234(6.7)62-347(5.6)(14.6)
Defense Home Games25.78.317.828:1824-86(3.6)21-3461.5%214(6.3)58-300(5.2)(11.7)
ARIZONA - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 15-641.2%1-055.6%2-42(19.4)3-35(11.6)8-66
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.61.4 14-640.0%1-048.1%2-40(22.8)20-2(9.3)7-60
Stats Against (Home Games) 13-326.9%1-183.3%2-45(20.6)3-31(11.6)9-71
Average power rating of opponents played: TENNESSEE 18.6,  ARIZONA 20.8
TENNESSEE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/22/2017@ CLEVELAND12-9W-5.5L42.5U32-8021-34-189126-6622-39-2183
11/16/2017@ PITTSBURGH17-40L7L44.5O21-5222-34-264421-6530-45-2840
11/26/2017@ INDIANAPOLIS20-16W-3W46.5U28-9217-25-184224-8917-29-1651
12/10/2017@ ARIZONA            
12/17/2017@ SAN FRANCISCO            
12/24/2017LA RAMS            

ARIZONA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/15/2017TAMPA BAY38-33W2.5W46.5O35-16018-22-272221-6827-42-3462
10/22/2017*LA RAMS0-33L3L45.5U12-2515-32-168240-19722-37-2281
11/5/2017@ SAN FRANCISCO20-10W-2.5W38.5U43-16715-30-201217-6324-51-2662
11/19/2017@ HOUSTON21-31L2.5L38O18-4822-34-244234-13422-32-2232
12/3/2017LA RAMS16-32L7.5L43.5O24-11818-32-194224-9021-31-2131
12/17/2017@ WASHINGTON            
12/24/2017NY GIANTS            
12/31/2017@ SEATTLE            
TENNESSEE: Head coach Mike Mularkey's smash-mouth running game worked wonders last season, thanks to the excellent blocking of OTs Taylor Lewan and Jack Conklin. RBs DeMarco Murray and Derrick Henry will continue to grind behind a solid, young O-line. QB Marcus Mariota's quick release, accuracy and improving field-reading skills are promising, and Tennessee figures to limit his running after both of his pro seasons ended with leg injuries. Coordinator Dick LeBeau worked his magic in his first year with Tennessee, and the Titans were the 2nd-ranked run defense in 2016. Massive-but-quick DT Jurrell Casey is a playmaker up front, while the OLB combo of Brian Orakpo and Derrick Morgan combined for 19.5 sacks. The secondary was a major weakness last season, so the Titans drafted CB Adoree' Jackson in the first round after signing CB Logan Ryan and S Johnathan Cyprien.
ARIZONA: This could end up being QB Carson Palmer's final chance to reach his first Super Bowl, as he'll be 38 by the time the season ends. The focal point of the offense will again be RB David Johnson, who led the NFL with 20 touchdowns and 2,118 yards from scrimmage in 2016. WR Larry Fitzgerald led the NFL in receptions as a 33-year-old last season, but he's now far more of a possession receiver than the big-play threat he was earlier in his career. After having fielded the NFL's second-ranked defense a year ago, Arizona lost DE Calais Campbell, LB Kevin Minter and S Tony Jefferson to free agency. Patrick Peterson remains one the NFL's best shut-down corners, and the edge-rushing combo of Chandler Jones and Markus Golden is back after having led the Cards to an NFL-best 48 sacks in 2016. DB Tyrann Mathieu struggled in '16 after coming off the previous season's ACL tear.
Titans aim to ground down banged-up Cards

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The Tennessee Titans have one of the best one-two punches in the NFL at the running back position in DeMarco Murray and Derrick Henry. The Arizona Cardinals, meanwhile, have been virtually knocked out in the backfield.

When the Cardinals host against the Titans Sunday, they could be down to their fifth- and sixth-string running backs.

Arizona (5-7) lost star running back David Johnson to a fractured left wrist back in Week 1. Backup Andre Ellington was released.

The Cardinals traded for veteran Adrian Peterson back in October, but Peterson missed last week's game with a neck injury and it isn't trending well for him to make it back by Sunday.

Kerwynn Williams, meanwhile, is still dealing with two cracked ribs despite being able to rush for 97 yards against the Rams on 19 carries. If he can't go, the Cardinals will have to call upon on a pair of little known second-year pros in D.J. Foster and Elijhaa Penny.

"Kerwynn's fine," Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said. "Kerwynn's like the Energizer Bunny; he never slows down."

The Titans (8-4) have found success this season behind the continued strong development of quarterback Marcus Mariota and a reliable punishing and swift rushing attack anchored by Murray and Henry, who have combined for 1,147 yards and nine touchdowns.

"I think it's been very good, complementary football," Titans coach Mike Mularkey said. "Both guys pull for each other. Both understand their roles. DeMarco's still, we feel, the workhorse. Derrick has his role. He's played it extremely well. He's learned a lot from DeMarco. We're fortunate to have both of them that we can design a game plan after, both running and throwing the football.

"They both understand how we're going about the business, no selfishness, come to work every day and try to get better and pull for each other."

Unlike the Cardinals, who planned to give Johnson between 30-35 snaps a game, the Titans prefer the one-two punch they've developed with Murray and Henry.

"We've got pretty fresh backs," Mularkey said. "It's not like you're going to get a guy who has 30, 35 carries. We've got guys that when they're in there, they're pretty fresh. After four quarters, that can start to wear you down if you've got fresh running backs."

The Cardinals, who with a loss will be assured of their second straight non-winning season under Arians, are dealing with injuries across the board.

Not only did Arizona lose Johnson, but it is playing without quarterback Carson Palmer (broken arm), their leading sack specialist from a year ago in outside linebacker Markus Golden (torn ACL), starting left guard Mike Iupati (elbow), starting left tackle D.J. Humphries (dislocated knee) and starting strong safety Tyvon Branch (torn ACL).

Earlier this week, they learned they also likely will be without left tackle Jared Veldheer because of an elbow injury. If he can't go, Will Holden, a fifth-round pick, will start in his place. The Cardinals are also beat up at wide receiver with John Brown (toe), Jaron Brown (knee) and J.J. Nelson (knee) all nursing injuries.

"I don't think you can ever use injuries as an excuse," General Manager Steve Keim told the team's flagship radio station. "In fact, there's a lot of times where in my mind, as I'm looking at our depth chart on my board in my office, I'll envision certain players that go down, and that's the way you have to build your 53-man roster. You have to build it in a way where you can miss four, five, six players and you can still function and have an opportunity to win games.

"Again, that's on me. I have to do a better job moving forward and they're all learning lessons in this business and it's humbling. It's extremely humbling, not only the evaluation process, because it is such an inexact science but the longer you do this, it teaches you different lessons about building a team and building depth. That's something we'll continue to grow and improve upon moving forward."

As for the Titans, who are looking for their third straight win, it likely will take a major collapse for them not to make the playoffs for the first time since 2008. They presently have a lock on the AFC's No. 3 seed.

"It feels really good, but it's not satisfying," said Mariota, who has thrown for 10 touchdowns and rushed for five others. "Looking around the locker room, everyone kind of feels the same way. In order to get where we're trying to go, we need to continue to put these (wins) together because 8-4 is not going to cut it."

The Cardinals would love to be in such a position. As it is, after failing to produce back-to-back wins at any point this season, they are now on the third-string quarterback in Blaine Gabbert, who spent his first three NFL seasons facing the Titans twice a year as the quarterback of the Jaguars.

Gabbert has inconsistent in going 2-1 in three starts. He has thrown six touchdowns and five interceptions and knows another stiff test is coming against a defense which is ranked third against the run (allowing 86.2 yards per game) but has allowed the fourth most passing touchdowns (22).

"I know they're a good, quality team," Gabbert said. "I think their front seven gets that defense going. Jurrell Casey upfront, he's a big-time player, and he's been really talented for a long time. They've got some good edge rushers in Derrick Morgan and Brian Orakpo -- just a quality, well-coached team.

One way Gabbert can help give the Cardinals a chance is by targeting veteran receiver Larry Fitzgerald, who ranks second in the league with 82 receptions and, at age 34, is on pace for another 100-catch, 1,000-yard season.

Last Updated: 12/14/2018 7:51:53 PM EST

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