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NFL : First Half Matchup
Sunday 11/11/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
 First Half Results



MIAMI (5 - 4) at GREEN BAY (3 - 4 - 1)
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Week 10 Sunday, 11/11/2018 4:25 PM
Board First Half
MIAMI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-4+2.65-45-420.88.7315.8(5.8)1.425.07.9394.0(6.3)2.0
Road Games1-3-1.71-31-316.711.0274.0(5.1)
Last 3 Games1-2-11-22-119.07.7286.7(5.2)0.326.711.3388.7(6.8)1.3
Grass Games4-2+3.34-25-123.87.3352.7(6.3)
MIAMI - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)20.88.716.028:2624-103(4.3)20-3065.1%213(7)54-316(5.8)(15.2)
Opponents Defensive Avg.23.810.720.230:1626-114(4.4)23-3664.0%251(7)62-365(5.9)(15.3)
Offense Road Games16.711.016.028:0924-109(4.5)18-3061.2%165(5.5)54-274(5.1)(16.4)
Defense (All Games)25.07.920.832:4130-136(4.6)21-3365.1%258(7.9)63-394(6.3)(15.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.23.511.719.530:2126-110(4.1)22-3464.0%232(6.9)60-342(5.7)(14.5)
Defense Road Games29.79.520.231:5130-127(4.2)21-3166.7%265(8.4)61-392(6.4)(13.2)
MIAMI - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against10.61.62.313-540.8%1-157.4%2-41(24.7)18-2(9.2)7-58
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 12-542.6%1-025.0%1-20(35.2)2-19(9.1)6-49
Opponents Avg. Stats For1.20.51.7 13-538.6%1-052.4%2-39(25.8)19-2(10.8)6-51
Stats Against (Road Games) 12-543.7%0-0100.0%0-0(0)2-20(9)7-53

GREEN BAY - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-4-1.33-55-324.010.9406.6(6.4)1.225.515.6352.4(5.9)1.1
Home Games3-0+32-23-127.013.2416.2(6.4)1.020.512.0330.0(5.7)2.0
Last 3 Games1-2-11-21-225.714.7416.0(6.8)0.730.016.3416.7(6.6)1.0
Grass Games3-2+0.73-34-225.312.8394.0(6.4)1.023.714.0353.7(6)1.5
GREEN BAY - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)24.010.921.931:3922-106(4.8)25-4260.3%301(7.2)64-407(6.4)(16.9)
Opponents Defensive Avg.23.41219.829:2824-103(4.2)22-3564.0%240(6.9)59-342(5.8)(14.6)
Offense Home Games27.013.222.032:3824-106(4.5)25-4161.2%310(7.5)65-416(6.4)(15.4)
Defense (All Games)25.515.620.029:3627-120(4.4)20-3261.9%233(7.2)59-352(5.9)(13.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.24.212.72131:5027-117(4.4)22-3565.0%241(7)62-358(5.8)(14.8)
Defense Home Games20.512.017.729:5223-110(4.8)22-3564.7%220(6.3)57-330(5.7)(16.1)
GREEN BAY - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.80.71.5212-538.4%1-153.7%2-43(24.8)14-2(9.4)7-58
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 14-537.6%0-025.0%2-57(24.1)1-8(7.6)5-40
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.61.6 13-538.8%1-051.8%2-45(23.7)14-2(8.4)6-54
Stats Against (Home Games) 14-533.9%0-00.0%2-67(26.7)1-14(11.4)4-34
Average power rating of opponents played: MIAMI 18.1,  GREEN BAY 20.2
MIAMI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/16/2018@ NY JETS20-12W3W43U31-13517-23-122219-4225-41-3203
9/30/2018@ NEW ENGLAND7-38L6.5L50.5U18-5615-25-116240-17523-35-2742
10/7/2018@ CINCINNATI17-27L6L48U22-12820-35-169326-10320-30-2291
10/25/2018@ HOUSTON23-42L7L45.5O25-11622-38-254135-18816-20-2390
11/4/2018NY JETS13-6W-3W43U27-6415-24-104021-8021-39-2024
11/11/2018@ GREEN BAY            
11/25/2018@ INDIANAPOLIS            
12/9/2018NEW ENGLAND            

GREEN BAY - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/23/2018@ WASHINGTON17-31L-2L46.5O17-10027-45-240135-16612-20-2201
10/7/2018@ DETROIT23-31L1.5L50O20-9832-52-423328-9414-26-1700
10/15/2018SAN FRANCISCO33-30W-9L46.5O21-11625-46-405030-17416-23-2273
10/28/2018@ LA RAMS27-29L7.5W57U19-10618-30-253134-13520-36-2810
11/4/2018@ NEW ENGLAND17-31L5L56U25-11824-43-250131-12323-36-3100
11/15/2018@ SEATTLE            
11/25/2018@ MINNESOTA            
MIAMI: QB Ryan Tannehill was 8-5 as a starter in head coach Adam Gase's first season (2016). He's be 13 months removed from an ACL tear, though top target WR Jarvis Landry was traded to Cleveland. What's left is an uninspiring group that Gase thinks can win with scheme rather than athleticism. RB Kenyan Drake showed explosiveness late last year but will cede playing time to 35-year-old RB Frank Gore. The offensive line struggled last season. Miami cut DT Ndamukong Suh but retain a promising young DT duo of Jordan Phillips and Davon Godchaux. Edge-rusher Robert Quinn was brought in to pass-rush opposite ageless DE Cameron Wake. CB Xavien Howard has developed into a legitimate No. 1 coverage guy, while playmaking S Reshad Jones and first-round draft pick S Minkah Fitzpatrick round out a solid secondary. The linebacking unit is a glaring weakness.
GREEN BAY: QB Aaron Rodgers' presence was sorely missed after he broke his collarbone in Week 6 of last season. While much of the blame for Green Bay missing the playoffs can be placed on Rodgers' injury, the truth is that Rodgers' skill-position weapons proved themselves to be rather useless when not playing with an all-time great QB. The Packers hope TE Jimmy Graham can breathe some life into their receiving corps. After giving up the most yards per pass attempt in the NFC (7.9), the Packers traded away CB Damarious Randall and lost versatile S Morgan Burnett to free agency. CBs Jaire Alexander and Josh Jackson, first- and second-round draft picks respectively, need to get up to NFL speed in a hurry. Nick Perry and Clay Matthews are solid edge-rushers and DL Mike Daniels is a force up front. But if the Pack can't cover, they'll be forced into shootouts.
Packers aim to start turnaround vs. Miami

In 2016, the Green Bay Packers were 4-6 when quarterback Aaron Rodgers proclaimed the team was capable of running the table. On cue, the Packers reeled off six consecutive wins to get in the playoffs, then advanced to the NFC Championship Game.

This season, the Packers are 3-4-1 headed into Sunday's home game against the Miami Dolphins. They are in the middle of a five-game gauntlet of games at the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots, home vs. Miami, then back on the road to face the Seattle Seahawks and Minnesota Vikings.

Green Bay lost the first two legs of this pivotal stretch. If it's going to rebound and make a run at a playoff berth, it will be up to Rodgers to play much better than he did against New England.

While Rodgers has thrown a sizzling 15 touchdown passes vs. one interception, he ranks near the bottom of the league in completion percentage. In a 31-17 loss at New England, Rodgers completed only 24 of 43 passes (55.8 percent). When the offense absolutely needed to score in the fourth quarter, it couldn't even get to midfield.

"I just feel like we have to play better, consistently, 60 minutes, try to eliminate some of the lulls we've been having," Rodgers said. "We have to play with confidence and play up to the level we're capable of playing."

The Dolphins will pose a stiff challenge, even as they go from the heat of Miami to a projected 32-degree day at Lambeau Field. Miami leads the NFL with 15 interceptions. Four of those came in last week's 13-6 victory over the New York Jets.

"Maybe he'll change his mind this game," Dolphins head coach Adam Gase joked of Rodgers' ability to avoid interceptions.

Gase has a firm grasp of the obvious, and here's how we know:

"Aaron Rodgers," Gase said, "is a little different than Sam Darnold."

Rodgers, of course, is a former Super Bowl MVP and a six-time Pro Bowl quarterback for the Packers. Darnold is the Jets' rookie first-round pick, a quarterback Miami beat last week with four interceptions.

So ... yeah, the Dolphins definitely have a bigger challenge this week.

However, the Packers are coming off their first losing season since 2008, and they are struggling this season with a sub-.500 record and two straight losses.

The bright spot for the Packers is that they are 3-0-1 at home this season. And something else to factor into the equation is that Green Bay was off to a 4-1 start last season before Rodgers got injured.

The Packers went 3-8 the rest of the way, with Rodgers playing in just one game during that stretch.

Rodgers' completion percentage this year is 60.6 percent, which would be the lowest number of his career since he became a starter in 2008. But he has already passed for 2,542 yards this season, and his touchdown-to-interception ratio is outstanding at 15-1.

Miami ability to force interceptions makes for a fascinating matchup. Also fascinating is the fact that failed ex-Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin returned to Green Bay this year as the Packers' offensive coordinator.

The Dolphins will surely play close attention to two Packers targets -- wide receiver Davante Adams and tight end Jimmy Graham. Adams has caught 19 touchdown passes since the start of 2017. Graham, a former Miami Hurricanes player, has caught 12 TD passes during that same span. However, Graham missed practice on Wednesday due to a knee injury.

When the Dolphins are on offense, they will be without quarterback Ryan Tannehill, who will miss his fifth straight game due to a shoulder injury. Brock Osweiler is 2-2 at quarterback since replacing Tannehill.

For the Packers, who are in third place in the NFC North and 10th place in the NFC, this is practically a must-win game. As head coach Mike McCarthy likes to say, there's no reason to discuss the playoffs until a team gets win No. 10. For Green Bay to get to 10 wins, it must go 7-1 down the stretch.

"It's always good to be at home," McCarthy said. "You have to take care of your home-field advantage. That's something that's a great part of our focus this week. Really, the benefits of being at home is the repetition, particularly when you get to the end of the week. You've got to make sure you take advantage of that. To play in front of your home crowd, that's something that we've always enjoyed. We also know what's coming after it, too."

The Dolphins held the Jets without a touchdown last week, but the challenge against the Packers on Sunday will be much tougher. Miami's defense may struggle to contain the Green Bay passing game. Offensively, the Dolphins' beat-up offensive line allowed four sacks last week, and the unit failed to open holes or get anyone into the end zone.

Miami's offense will likely have to play much better this week to keep up with Rodgers and the Packers.

Last Updated: 7/21/2019 4:11:20 PM EST

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