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NY JETS (3 - 4) at CHICAGO (3 - 3)
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Week 8 Sunday, 10/28/2018 1:00 PM
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257NY JETS4641.5
NY JETS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-4-0.23-45-226.011.7329.4(5.5)2.325.111.7371.7(5.6)2.1
Road Games1-2+0.31-22-125.710.3265.0(4.8)1.723.09.7388.3(5.6)2.7
Last 3 Games2-1+12-13-031.017.0383.0(6)2.729.011.0393.3(6)1.7
Grass Games0-2-20-21-114.57.0223.0(4.1)1.526.09.5413.0(5.8)1.5
NY JETS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)26.011.716.429:6028-122(4.3)18-3256.1%208(6.6)60-329(5.5)(12.7)
Opponents Defensive Avg.24.811.120.732:3128-127(4.5)22-3463.5%242(7)62-369(5.9)(14.9)
Offense Road Games25.710.314.028:1327-103(3.9)16-2955.8%162(5.6)55-265(4.8)(10.3)
Defense (All Games)25.111.720.929:6025-106(4.2)26-4163.0%266(6.6)66-372(5.6)(14.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.23.110.420.130:4824-111(4.6)25-3963.9%254(6.6)63-365(5.8)(15.8)
Defense Road Games23.09.721.031:4727-99(3.6)26-4262.2%289(6.8)70-388(5.6)(16.9)
NY JETS - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against10.71.7213-536.8%1-053.6%2-40(22.9)20-2(9.7)7-56
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 14-533.0%1-033.3%1-30(23.1)3-20(7.2)6-46
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.90.61.4 14-539.4%1-040.5%2-39(23.3)15-2(8.6)7-59
Stats Against (Road Games) 15-534.8%1-033.3%1-13(13.3)3-10(3.4)6-48

CHICAGO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-3-1.83-34-228.314.2380.7(6)1.722.38.0350.0(6)2.8
Home Games2-1+12-12-134.321.7402.3(6.3)1.321.79.0322.7(5.5)2.7
Last 3 Games1-2-2.81-23-035.718.3467.7(7.2)1.726.310.3411.0(6.4)3.0
Grass Games2-3-2.83-24-130.816.4393.6(6.2)1.624.06.8375.8(6.1)2.6
CHICAGO - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)28.314.223.232:3829-131(4.6)23-3565.9%250(7.1)64-381(6)(13.4)
Opponents Defensive Avg.25.913.421.731:2227-122(4.5)23-3567.0%253(7.3)62-375(6.1)(14.5)
Offense Home Games34.321.725.730:5328-120(4.3)23-3763.6%283(7.7)64-402(6.3)(11.7)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.23.611.919.729:2125-102(4.1)22-3564.2%254(7.3)59-355(6)(15)
Defense Home Games21.79.018.029:0722-81(3.6)24-3765.5%242(6.6)59-323(5.5)(14.9)
CHICAGO - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against10.71.7213-540.2%1-050.1%2-44(24.4)20-2(10.1)7-56
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 13-538.5%1-060.0%1-45(33.5)1-7(6.1)7-64
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.71.7 12-538.2%1-047.2%2-45(22.6)15-2(7.5)7-57
Stats Against (Home Games) 13-536.8%1-1100.0%2-67(40)1-6(4.7)8-67
Average power rating of opponents played: NY JETS 18.3,  CHICAGO 19
NY JETS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/10/2018@ DETROIT48-17W7W44O36-16916-21-180215-3929-52-3005
9/20/2018@ CLEVELAND17-21L3L41U30-10715-31-161333-13321-37-1900
9/30/2018@ JACKSONVILLE12-31L7L40.5O14-3417-34-144034-12629-38-3773
10/28/2018@ CHICAGO            
11/4/2018@ MIAMI            
11/25/2018NEW ENGLAND            

CHICAGO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/9/2018@ GREEN BAY23-24L6.5W44.5O27-13923-35-155118-6924-37-3012
9/23/2018@ ARIZONA16-14W-5L39U31-12224-35-194218-5317-26-1684
9/30/2018TAMPA BAY48-10W-2.5W45.5O31-13919-26-344018-6025-38-2513
10/14/2018@ MIAMI28-31L-7L41O31-16422-31-303331-16128-44-3803
10/21/2018NEW ENGLAND31-38L2L49O25-13426-50-319227-10825-36-2733
10/28/2018NY JETS            
11/4/2018@ BUFFALO            
11/22/2018@ DETROIT            
NY JETS: Despite a better-than-expected showing from the offense in 2017, coordinator John Morton was let go in favor of former QBs coach Jeremy Bates. There isn't much to like about the offensive roster. Despite a weak O-line, RBs Isaiah Crowell has the patience and quickness to be effective and RB Bilal Powell has value in a part-time role. WR Robby Anderson has emerged as a lethal deep threat, but the rest of the receiving corps is thin on talent. Despite the losses of DE Muhammad Wilkerson and leading tackler LB Demario Davis, the Jets D should take a step forward in 2018. Safeties Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye showed flashes as rookies, and former Rams CB Trumaine Johnson is a huge upgrade in the secondary. Young LBs Jordan Jenkins and Darron Lee should mature in their third season in head coach Todd Bowles' system, and DE Leonard Williams has yet to reach his potential.
CHICAGO: Chicago hired former Chiefs OC Matt Nagy as their head coach, and he has to overhaul the passing game around second-year RB Mitch Trubisky. The Bears had an utterly atrocious receiving corps in 2017 and made major upgrades at WR and TE in the offseason. RB Jordan Howard is argubly football's best zone-scheme runner, and RB Tarik Cohen is a moveable chess piece who will have value as both a big-play threat and a misdirection decoy. Coordinator Vic Fangio has the pieces in place to make Chicago's defense a strength. DE Akiem Hicks is an unheralded game-changer up front, thriving as a pass-rusher as well as a run defender. Retaining CBs Kyle Fuller and Prince Amukamara was a big win in free agency, keeping secondary intact. An NFC-low eight interceptions is a mark Chicago hopes to improve as young safeties Eddie Jackson and Adrian Amos mature.
Bears aim to end slide vs. banged-up Jets

Just as the Chicago Bears appeared poised to take control of the NFC North, they ran head-on into a pair of teams from the AFC East.

The result? Back-to-back losses that sent the Bears (3-3) careening from first to tied for worst in their division and in desperate need of a victory when they face yet another AFC East team in the visiting New York Jets on Sunday afternoon.

First-year Chicago head coach Matt Nagy is trying to ensure that his team does not overreact to the consecutive defeats, drawing on the memory of last season when he was with Kansas City. The Chiefs also started fast before losing six of seven, but they regrouped to make the playoffs.

"There was never any panic, never, and there is not going to be any panic here either," Nagy told reporters this week.

It's not as if Nagy and the Bears need to make wholesale changes. Their three losses have come by a total of 11 points and they were in position to win each of their last two games against Miami and New England.

The Dolphins kicked a field goal on the final play of overtime to outlast visiting Chicago 31-28, while a Hail Mary pass from Mitchell Trubisky was stopped at the 1-yard line in last week's 38-31 loss to Tom Brady and the Patriots.

"You've got to keep it real and you've got to understand that we've lost two games, prior to that winning three games," Nagy said. "I reminded everybody on our team what I'm talking about. You've got to just stay even keel."

Chicago has an outstanding chance to reclaim momentum over the next two weeks. The Jets arrive in Chicago a bruised and battered team and that game will be followed by a matchup at the Buffalo Bills, the lowest-scoring team in the NFL.

New York (3-4) was overwhelmed at home by a division rival of the Bears last weekend, falling to the Minnesota Vikings 37-17 as rookie quarterback Sam Darnold had the worst game of his brief pro career.

The No. 3 overall pick in this year's draft, Darnold threw for one touchdown and ran for another, but he was intercepted three times, sacked three times and lost a fumble. For the game, he finished 17 of 42 for 205 yards and a season-low 34.4 passer rating.

"My confidence, it's fine. I'm never really shaken at all," said Darnold, who could be without his top two wide receivers and second-leading running back against the Bears.

No. 1 wideout Quincy Enunwa will sit out his second straight game due to an ankle injury while Robby Anderson was unable to practice Wednesday because of an ankle injury. The Jets were forced to sign former Tennessee Titans wide receiver Rishard Matthews this week due to the injuries.

"It's moving parts, but that's part of the job as a coach," said Jets head coach Todd Bowles. "There are things you have to do to adjust and move people around and get some parts together and put the team out there that gives you the best chance to win. Everybody loses starters. We're losing quite a bit lately, but we have guys who can play."

New York's backfield also is in flux. Leading rusher Isaiah Crowell was hindered by a foot injury all last week and two-way back Bilal Powell suffered a neck injury that could be both season- and career-ending. Powell was placed on injured reserve Wednesday.

"B.P.'s so respected in this locker room," Darnold told reporters of Powell. "He's such a great guy to have on the team. That's first and foremost. Second, as a player, he's amazing, as well. It just (stinks) in general to see that happen to anyone, but especially B.P. It hurts a little bit."

Chicago also had a major injury concern that has hampered its defense. Linebacker Khalil Mack, acquired from Oakland just before the start of the season, registered 5.0 sacks in his first four games but has been limited to three tackles the past two weeks due to a troublesome ankle that kept him out of practice Wednesday.

"It plays its part," Bears safety Eddie Jackson said. "It definitely plays its part, especially when a guy like Mack when he's out. ... I told him today we're going to put you on our back and we're going to continue to move forward."

Chicago wide receiver Allen Robinson II continues to miss practice time due to a groin strain and could sit out his second straight game.

Last Updated: 3/23/2019 1:46:38 PM EST

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