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NFL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 12/17/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore



NY JETS (5 - 8) at NEW ORLEANS (9 - 4)
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Week 15 Sunday, 12/17/2017 1:00 PM
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317NY JETS4747
318NEW ORLEANS-15-16
NY JETS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-8-1.17-57-620.510.4311.4(5.3)1.523.910.1347.3(5.6)1.3
Road Games1-5-4.21-42-414.57.2224.0(4.4)1.824.89.7356.3(5.5)1.2
Last 3 Games1-2-0.61-22-121.710.3326.3(5.1)1.029.714.0348.7(6.1)0.0
NY JETS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)20.510.417.230:4827-103(3.8)21-3166.4%208(6.6)58-311(5.3)(15.2)
Opponents Defensive Avg.
Offense Road Games14.57.213.226:4020-67(3.3)19-3063.0%156(5.2)50-224(4.4)(15.4)
Defense (All Games)23.910.119.729:5628-117(4.1)20-3459.3%230(6.8)62-347(5.6)(14.5)
Opponents Offensive Avg.20.99.819.230:0427-113(4.2)21-3461.9%220(6.5)61-334(5.5)(15.9)
Defense Road Games24.89.720.833:2032-123(3.8)21-3263.9%233(7.2)64-356(5.5)(14.3)
NY JETS - 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) 14-539.0%1-033.3%1-32(21.9)3-31(10.9)7-58
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.51.5 13-539.1%1-037.4%2-44(21.9)16-2(7.8)7-58
Stats Against (Road Games) 15-746.1%0-066.7%1-25(24.8)3-36(10.9)6-56

NEW ORLEANS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games9-4+5.78-57-628.513.7400.7(6.5)
Home Games5-1+44-24-231.218.0422.8(6.8)1.524.712.8357.3(5.7)1.3
Last 3 Games1-2-11-21-222.713.7350.7(6.5)0.722.313.7345.7(5.6)1.7
Dome Games5-3+24-45-327.915.5398.4(6.6)1.224.612.9369.6(5.9)1.4
NEW ORLEANS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)28.513.721.231:1928-135(4.9)24-3471.8%265(7.8)62-401(6.5)(14.1)
Opponents Defensive Avg.21.811.219.530:5526-109(4.2)22-3464.0%229(6.7)60-338(5.6)(15.5)
Offense Home Games31.218.020.830:4528-139(5)24-3471.4%284(8.3)62-423(6.8)(13.6)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.611.419.630:1727-111(4.1)21-3463.7%227(6.8)61-338(5.6)(14.9)
Defense Home Games24.712.819.729:4127-116(4.3)20-3558.3%241(6.9)62-357(5.7)(14.5)
NEW ORLEANS - 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) 13-540.4%1-025.0%2-46(26.1)2-17(11)7-53
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.61.4 13-540.5%1-036.9%2-45(21.9)18-2(8.9)6-54
Stats Against (Home Games) 14-641.5%1-033.3%1-22(26.4)1-21(13.9)7-52
Average power rating of opponents played: NY JETS 19.5,  NEW ORLEANS 21.8
NY JETS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/22/2017@ MIAMI28-31L3T40O22-9217-27-180225-5325-37-3042
11/12/2017@ TAMPA BAY10-15L1L44.5U19-5623-39-219231-9017-34-1811
12/3/2017KANSAS CITY38-31W4W44O49-15726-36-331011-11219-33-3620
12/10/2017@ DENVER0-23L-1L41U23-598-21-41235-8419-31-1890
12/17/2017@ NEW ORLEANS            
12/24/2017LA CHARGERS            
12/31/2017@ NEW ENGLAND            

NEW ORLEANS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/22/2017@ GREEN BAY26-17W-4W45.5U36-16127-38-324224-18112-25-791
11/5/2017TAMPA BAY30-10W-7W54.5U32-15122-27-256225-8715-28-1131
11/12/2017@ BUFFALO47-10W-2W48O48-29818-25-184115-6916-28-1291
11/26/2017@ LA RAMS20-26L3L54U17-12322-32-223025-8828-44-3271
12/7/2017@ ATLANTA17-20L2.5L51.5U15-5026-35-256137-13215-27-2113
12/17/2017NY JETS            
12/31/2017@ TAMPA BAY            
NY JETS: Whether you call it "rebuilding" or "tanking," the Jets are not setup to succeed on offense this year. QB Josh McCown is a placeholder with an injury history, and QBs Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenberg are far from ready to contribute. The receiving group is a who's-who of players better suited for punt-gunner duties. RBs Bilal Powell and Matt Forte will both get plenty of touches if only to keep the clock moving on the 2017 Jets season. DEs Muhammad Wilkerson and Leonard Williams, both former first-rounders, are capable of pressuring quarterbacks from anywhere in the formation. OLB Sheldon Richardson has elite talent, but can't seem to avoid negative headlines off the field. The Jets nabbed former Dallas CB Morris Claiborne to take over as their top coverage guy, and their first two draft picks, Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye, are expected to be starting safeties.
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.
Brees, Saints aim to rebound vs. Jets

NEW ORLEANS -- Drew Brees isn't having the statistical blockbuster of a season that he has been accustomed to, but the New Orleans Saints quarterback likes the trajectory of a young team that does not have to rely on his heroics every week to outscore an opponent.

The Saints (9-4) will host the New York Jets (5-8) on Sunday at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, and Brees is hoping to shake off the disappointment of throwing an end zone interception in the final two minutes of a 20-17 road loss to the Atlanta Falcons on Dec. 7.

That game ended with 10 Saints players leaving the field with injuries.

The Saints have had 10 days to rest up and prepare for the Jets, who have played opponents closely but will have to go with backup quarterback Bryce Petty, a third-year player but rare starter out of Baylor. Starting quarterback Josh McCown broke his left hand last week in a 23-0 shutout loss to the Denver Broncos and is out for the season.

Brees said the Saints, who can win the NFC South by sweeping their final three games (they close with a home game against Atlanta and a road game against Tampa Bay), simply have to take care of their own business.

"I live by the motto you can only worry about the things you can control," said Brees, who despite throwing the late interception against the Falcons is on pace for the lowest interception total of his career (seven) and the best completion percentage (71.7) in NFL history. "What we can control is right in front of us. If we keep winning, then all of our hopes and dreams are alive."

The Saints got a huge piece of good news this week. After sustaining a concussion in the first series of the loss to Atlanta, rookie running back Alvin Kamara has practiced full all week, and his presence will be a lift to the Saints' two-headed running attack and screen game, also the responsibility of Mark Ingram II.

Brees said he liked the way the Saints' younger players came back to work on Wednesday after licking their wounds for a week.

"You sit back and observe how this team is reacting to all of this, and I think we're really steady," Brees said. "(In our first practice) there was no hangover from that. We're on to our next opponent, the next opportunity, the next challenge.

"What we control is our effort, performance and execution. If you can maintain your mindset, you're focusing on how good you can be from week to week. You need to be playing your best football now. This is when we continue to stack the bricks on top of each other."

Saints coach Sean Payton said although there is not much videotape of Petty playing in live action, he does see a quarterback who can scramble to hurt a defense. Petty played five series against the Broncos last week after McCown went down and completed just 2-of-9 passes for 14 yards, and the Jets punted four times.

"He can run when the pocket breaks down," Payton said. "He can scramble and flush and make yards with his feet. He can beat you with his arm when he scrambles, but we have to study what we do have and pay attention to the situations as an offense as they handle third down, red zone and those types of things."

Jets coach Todd Bowles said he is confident Petty will react well to the starting assignment.

"It's an opportunity for him," Bowles said. "He knows he's got an opportunity to step up and make plays, and we look forward to seeing him play. He's been taking notes on the sideline from Josh. ... Mentally, I know he's come a long way. He's learned a lot from Josh standing on the sideline, but until he plays physically, we won't know that answer."

The Jets compiled only 100 yards in total offense against Denver, and Petty will be making only his fifth career start and his first since Week 16 last year.

"I think Bryce is going to come in prepared and he's going to be ready to go," said Jets receiver Jermaine Kearse. "His energy is high. His presence in the huddle is there. He has the ability to make tough throws and be able to extend the play. I think that's one thing that's going to come in handy for us."

The Jets will try to run the ball to provide some balance and relieve the pressure on Petty, but running backs Matt Forte (knee) and Elijah McGuire (ankle) did not practice on Wednesday. They will have to give Bilal Powell the lion's share of carries.

Last Updated: 12/13/2018 2:49:23 PM EST

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