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NFL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 10/29/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore
CHICAGO
 
NEW ORLEANS
+7.5  

-7.5  
+250

-310

46
 
12
Final
20

CHICAGO (3 - 4) at NEW ORLEANS (4 - 2)
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Week 8 Sunday, 10/29/2017 1:00 PM
Board OpenLatest
253CHICAGO5046.5
254NEW ORLEANS-9-8.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
CHICAGO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games3-4+1.35-22-517.49.0284.6(5)2.021.610.4301.3(5)1.3
Road Games1-2-0.31-22-116.05.7320.0(4.9)3.329.316.7287.3(4.7)1.3
Last 3 Games2-1+23-01-220.39.7256.3(4.8)1.315.73.0294.7(4.6)2.0
CHICAGO - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)17.49.016.629:5030-126(4.2)17-2762.6%159(5.8)57-285(5)(16.3)
Opponents Defensive Avg.20.39.918.830:3926-108(4.1)21-3363.7%207(6.2)60-315(5.3)(15.5)
Offense Road Games16.05.719.031:4833-118(3.5)20-3264.2%202(6.4)65-320(4.9)(20)
Defense (All Games)21.610.418.431:3126-105(4)21-3362.8%196(5.9)60-301(5)(14)
Opponents Offensive Avg.21.511.220.431:3527-109(4.1)22-3563.9%232(6.7)62-341(5.5)(15.9)
Defense Road Games29.316.718.330:5028-111(4)20-3361.6%176(5.3)61-287(4.7)(9.8)
CHICAGO - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
 INTFLTODIFF#-MADEPCT#-MADEPCTKR-YDSYPKRPR-YDSYPPRPEN-YDS
Stats For (All Games)0.91.12.0-0.713-434.1%1-157.1%3-57(20.8)3-20(7.9)7-53
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.80.51.31.713-537.6%1-149.3%2-35(21.6)10-1(7.6)7-57
Stats For (Road Games)1.32.03.3-2.014-639.5%1-150.0%3-67(22.2)3-20(7.5)7-55
Stats Against (All Games)0.60.71.3 14-639.4%0-066.7%2-46(29.1)3-36(13.9)7-54
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.90.41.3 13-540.5%1-042.8%2-36(22)16-2(9)6-52
Stats Against (Road Games)0.70.71.3 16-638.3%1-1100.0%2-64(38.2)2-51(22)6-53

NEW ORLEANS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games4-2+2.74-24-228.512.8391.0(6.1)0.822.212.7351.0(6)1.7
Home Games1-101-12-036.022.0404.0(6.2)1.537.020.0451.0(6.4)2.5
Last 3 Games3-0+33-01-232.713.7403.7(5.7)1.718.38.0264.3(4.9)2.3
Dome Games1-2-11-23-030.316.7384.0(6.1)1.034.318.7457.3(6.8)1.7
NEW ORLEANS - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)28.512.821.031:2428-122(4.4)25-3769.2%269(7.3)64-391(6.1)(13.7)
Opponents Defensive Avg.21.711.619.329:2425-98(3.9)22-3466.5%229(6.8)59-328(5.6)(15.1)
Offense Home Games36.022.019.528:3227-137(5.1)24-3863.2%267(7)65-404(6.2)(11.2)
Defense (All Games)22.212.719.228:3623-114(4.9)22-3563.6%237(6.8)58-351(6)(15.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.21.810.619.931:4026-99(3.8)23-3663.3%225(6.3)62-324(5.3)(14.9)
Defense Home Games37.020.023.531:2725-92(3.7)27-4560.4%358(7.9)70-451(6.4)(12.2)
NEW ORLEANS - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
 INTFLTODIFF#-MADEPCT#-MADEPCTKR-YDSYPKRPR-YDSYPPRPEN-YDS
Stats For (All Games)0.70.20.80.812-540.0%1-166.7%2-46(21.3)1-11(7.4)7-61
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.80.61.31.512-435.6%1-052.4%2-42(20.6)10-2(5.9)7-62
Stats For (Home Games)1.00.51.51.012-325.0%1-166.7%3-70(20)1-11(7.3)9-76
Stats Against (All Games)1.30.31.7 13-646.8%0-00.0%2-46(25.4)2-23(12.5)7-52
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.70.41.1 14-641.0%1-033.6%2-32(21.2)23-2(10.9)6-55
Stats Against (Home Games)1.51.02.5 15-750.0%0-00.0%1-22(22)2-53(21.2)8-56
Average power rating of opponents played: CHICAGO 22.6,  NEW ORLEANS 21.5
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
CHICAGO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/10/2017ATLANTA17-23L6.5W48U19-12526-40-176023-6421-30-3080
9/17/2017@ TAMPA BAY7-29L7L44U16-2031-45-290434-11718-31-1941
9/24/2017PITTSBURGH23-17W7W43.5U38-22015-22-84217-7022-39-2122
9/28/2017@ GREEN BAY14-35L7L44O30-10321-33-205424-9119-27-1690
10/9/2017MINNESOTA17-20L3.5W41U29-11513-26-159231-15922-32-1410
10/15/2017@ BALTIMORE27-24W5W39.5O54-2319-17-111226-12524-41-1663
10/22/2017CAROLINA17-3W3W39.5U26-684-7-85030-10821-34-1853
10/29/2017@ NEW ORLEANS            
11/12/2017GREEN BAY            
11/19/2017DETROIT            
11/26/2017@ PHILADELPHIA            

NEW ORLEANS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/11/2017@ MINNESOTA19-29L3L47.5O21-6027-37-284030-12927-32-3410
9/17/2017NEW ENGLAND20-36L5.5L55O17-8127-45-348031-11930-39-4360
9/24/2017@ CAROLINA34-13W5W46.5O27-14922-29-213022-13219-33-1563
10/1/2017*MIAMI20-0W-4W51.5U28-8629-41-261015-5820-28-1281
10/15/2017DETROIT52-38W-5W50O37-19321-31-186319-6625-52-2815
10/22/2017@ GREEN BAY26-17W-4W45.5U36-16127-38-324224-18112-25-791
10/29/2017CHICAGO            
11/5/2017TAMPA BAY            
11/12/2017@ BUFFALO            
11/19/2017WASHINGTON            
11/26/2017@ LA RAMS            
KEY GAME INFORMATION
CHICAGO: Chicago's offense will center around RB Jordan Howard, who ran for 961 yards in his last nine games as a rookie. But opponents will stack the box against one of the league's weakest passing games. QB Mike Glennon was brought in to keep the seat warm for No. 2 overall draft pick Mitchell Trubisky, and after losing WR Alshon Jeffery in free agency, Chicago is hoping 2015 first-round draft pick WR Kevin White is finally ready to contribute. Coordinator Vic Fangio has the pieces in place to make Chicago's defense a strength. Veteran LBs Danny Trevathan and Jerrell Freeman anchor a solid front seven that has depth and talent on the edge. 2016 first-round pick Leonard Floyd showed flashes of pass-rushing dominance as a rookie, and free agent signing CB Prince Amukamara reinforces a secondary that was inconsistent and riddled by injuries last season.
NEW ORLEANS: Though he has lost a noticeable amount of arm strength, QB Drew Brees is most prolific when working deep down the middle, where rookie WR Michael Thomas thrived last season. WR Willie Snead is a solid possession receiver, and free agent signee WR Ted Ginn will stretch the defense on deep routes. RBs Mark Ingram and Adrian Peterson will lead a power running attack, while Ingram and third-round draft pick Alvin Kamara are assets in the passing game. The Saints' defense has been among the bottom five in points allowed for three-straight seasons. After allowing the second most yards per pass attempt last year, New Orleans drafted CB Marshon Lattimore and S Marcus Williams with their first two draft picks. DE Cameron Jordan was the lone bright spot on defense last season, and 2016 first-rounder DT Sheldon Rankins showed promise after returning from a broken leg.
PREVIEW
Bears hope offense catches up in game vs. Saints
 

NEW ORLEANS -- From an offensive perspective, Sunday's game between the New Orleans Saints and the Chicago Bears might easily be billed as Star Wars vs. Stonehenge.

The 4-2 Saints have won four consecutive games for the first time since 2013, placing them atop the NFC South, and they have done it with textbook, run-pass balance on offense and a young, opportunistic defense rankled by being ridiculed for the last three seasons as the team's collective ball-and-chain.

The 3-4 Bears have won back-to-back games relying on a suffocating defense, but their offense seems like a throwback to the black-and-white newsreels of the 1940s -- if only the forward pass were involved.

In beating the Carolina Panthers 17-3 last week, the Bears scored both touchdowns on defense -- an interception and a fumble return -- and rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky completed just four passes while throwing only seven times.

The Bears ran 37 plays against Carolina and accounted for a mere five first downs and 153 yards of total offense. Trubisky, 2-1 as a starter, is the first NFL quarterback to win a game completing fewer than five passes since Tim Tebow went 2 of 8 in a 17-10 victory over Kansas City in 2011.

Bears coach John Fox just so happened to be the head coach in both of those offensively challenged victories. Fox said his players are just happy to get wins any way they can.

"You hope that they're not thinking about their own personal stats or 'one side of the ball didn't do this or did that,' because it changes. Every one of these (games) is different. There'll be a day where it will be the other way, and I wouldn't expect the other side to look at it sideways."

Trubisky said he intended to spend even more time this week with the playbook and working in practice against high-volume, piped-in music to help him get accustomed the loud Mercedes-Benz Superdome venue. He said the Bears would use mostly silent counts.

"My confidence is fine," Trubisky said. "Winning is the most important thing. I don't care if I throw zero passes as long as the Chicago Bears are winning. I mean, we're doing something right."

Saints coach Sean Payton said he was impressed with a throw on a crossing route Trubisky made in a 27-24 overtime win against Baltimore two weeks ago. Trubisky completed only eight passes in that game.

"He's someone we liked coming out," Payton said. "You see the athleticism. He does a great job throwing on the run. ... I think he has that moxie. I think he's one of the rising stars, younger players that we're going to see a lot of good things from."

Trubisky will be matching skills with Drew Brees, who has thrown for more than 5,000 yards in a season five times. Brees understands the Bears have pressured the quarterback and stuffed the run, and he touted the Chicago secondary for its playmaking ability, especially safety Eddie Jackson for his two defensive touchdowns against Carolina last week.

"Those are game-changers," Brees said. "The week before in Baltimore, the other safety made a similar a deflected ball, where it looks like a punt returner, returning it about 90 yards for a touchdown. They are playing with high energy."

Brees went the first four games of the season without an interception, but he threw two in the first half last week against Green Bay before settling down and leading the Saints to scores on their first four possessions of the second half. The Saints ran the ball effectively (35 carries, 161 yards), and Brees threw 38 times for 324 yards, the kind of balance Payton dreams of.

"It is a good feeling to know you can run the ball effectively, that you have a pair of backs (Mark Ingram and rookie Alvin Kamara) that do a good job both in the base run and the sub-run game," Brees said. "It just gives us a ton of flexibility."

Another Saints' rookie besides Kamara who has made waves is cornerback Marshon Lattimore, the No. 11 overall draft pick, who has covered well and last week cut down a Green Bay screen before it got started.

"I think he's a tackler, he competes," Payton said. "I like his length. I think he can run and mirror."

The Saints held three players out of practice on Wednesday: receiver Michael Thomas (knee), tackle Terron Armstead (shoulder) and guard Larry Warford (abdomen). Warford is expected to miss Sunday's game.

The Bears held out five players from practice: corner Sherrick McManis (hamstring), linebacker John Timu (ankle/knee), receiver Markus Wheaton (groin), guard Kyle Long (ankle) and defensive end Roy Robertson-Harris (hamstring). Long had offseason surgery on his ankle.


Last Updated: 11/21/2017 9:38:53 AM EST


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