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NFL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 11/26/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore




DENVER (3 - 7) at OAKLAND (4 - 6)
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Week 12 Sunday, 11/26/2017 4:25 PM
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DENVER - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-7-12.72-76-418.38.9329.8(5.1)2.325.915.6283.2(5)0.7
Road Games0-4-4.60-43-114.56.2301.7(5)3.031.718.7302.2(5.2)0.7
Last 3 Games0-3-3.50-32-118.78.3302.0(4.7)2.037.323.7335.0(5.5)0.3
Grass Games3-6-11.22-65-418.68.4325.8(5.1)2.325.915.9284.4(5)0.8
Division Games2-2-0.11-22-214.76.7308.5(5.1)2.520.211.2255.2(4.7)1.0
DENVER - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)18.38.919.131:4828-113(4.1)21-3658.8%217(6)64-330(5.1)(18)
Opponents Defensive Avg.21.610.220.431:5327-119(4.4)22-3663.1%238(6.7)63-357(5.7)(16.5)
Offense Road Games14.56.217.530:3223-98(4.3)22-3758.4%204(5.5)60-302(5)(20.8)
Defense (All Games)25.915.616.728:1226-85(3.3)19-3161.7%198(6.4)57-283(5)(10.9)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.911.719.429:2626-106(4.1)22-3463.7%234(6.9)60-340(5.7)(14.8)
Defense Road Games31.718.717.729:2830-108(3.5)16-2858.0%194(6.9)58-302(5.2)(9.5)
DENVER - 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) 13-429.8%2-133.3%1-32(28.7)2-18(10.5)6-53
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.70.51.2 13-540.0%1-045.8%2-40(22)15-2(8.2)7-60
Stats Against (Road Games) 13-430.2%1-040.0%2-32(18.3)3-32(11.8)7-63

OAKLAND - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-6-33-65-520.49.5326.5(5.7)1.524.713.5367.0(6.1)0.6
Home Games2-3-1.72-33-223.411.0355.6(5.9)
Last 3 Games1-2-10-22-116.36.7363.3(5.7)2.730.313.3382.0(6.3)0.3
Grass Games4-5-23-54-521.19.8322.0(5.6)1.223.713.4371.0(6.2)0.7
Division Games1-2-1.21-21-219.010.3344.3(5.9)
OAKLAND - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)20.49.518.728:1821-90(4.2)23-3663.0%237(6.5)58-326(5.7)(16)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.71120.130:0827-114(4.2)21-3561.7%231(6.6)62-344(5.6)(15.2)
Offense Home Games23.411.020.829:2523-119(5.1)23-3761.6%237(6.4)60-356(5.9)(15.2)
Defense (All Games)24.713.519.531:4228-114(4.1)24-3372.4%253(7.8)60-367(6.1)(14.9)
Opponents Offensive Avg.2210.719.130:1926-107(4)22-3464.7%227(6.6)61-333(5.5)(15.2)
Defense Home Games26.015.620.030:3527-106(3.9)23-3272.5%258(8.1)59-365(6.2)(14)
OAKLAND - 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) 14-646.0%0-050.0%1-21(21)2-14(6.5)6-57
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.51.3 14-538.4%1-040.2%2-45(22.2)17-2(8.2)7-59
Stats Against (Home Games) 13-750.8%0-050.0%1-23(19.3)2-10(6.1)4-40
Average power rating of opponents played: DENVER 22.1,  OAKLAND 19.8
DENVER - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/15/2017NY GIANTS10-23L-13.5L37.5U17-4631-54-366332-14811-19-1180
10/22/2017@ LA CHARGERS0-21L-1L41U19-6925-35-182326-8015-26-1620
10/30/2017@ KANSAS CITY19-29L7L42O31-17719-36-187526-7914-32-1972
11/5/2017@ PHILADELPHIA23-51L7L41O19-3519-38-191237-19716-28-2221
11/12/2017NEW ENGLAND16-41L7L44.5O28-11818-33-221229-9928-37-2970
11/26/2017@ OAKLAND            
12/3/2017@ MIAMI            
12/10/2017NY JETS            
12/14/2017@ INDIANAPOLIS            
12/24/2017@ WASHINGTON            

OAKLAND - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/1/2017@ DENVER10-16L3.5L44U15-2421-35-230132-14316-26-1550
10/15/2017LA CHARGERS16-17L-3L47.5U22-10921-30-165228-8025-36-2631
10/19/2017KANSAS CITY31-30W3W46O21-8829-52-417023-9425-36-3310
10/29/2017@ BUFFALO14-34L2.5L47O14-5431-49-313437-16620-27-1650
11/5/2017@ MIAMI27-24W-3T44.5O27-8421-30-295218-8634-42-3091
11/19/2017NEW ENGLAND8-33L7L54.5U21-10928-49-235220-8930-37-3310
12/3/2017NY GIANTS            
12/10/2017@ KANSAS CITY            
12/25/2017@ PHILADELPHIA            
DENVER: New coordinator Mike McCoy has a history of squeezing a disproportionately high amount of production from under-talented units. Denver enters 2017 with nothing but question marks under center, as it'll be either QB Trevor Siemian or Paxton Lynch running this offense. First-round draft pick OT Garett Boles and free agents G Ronald Leary and OT Menelik Watson should improve a shaky o-line. RB C.J. Anderson will benefit from improved blocking, and RBs Devontae Booker and Jamaal Charles will also contribute. The CB trio of Chris Harris, Aqib Talib and Bradley Roby is the league's best, as Denver held opponents to the fewest passing yards and the lowest QB Rating in the NFL last season. Edge-rusher Von Miller is a perennial All-Pro game-wrecker, and 2015 1st-rounder Shane Ray is proving a capable complement. The loss of masterful coordinator Wade Phillips creates a void, though new coordinator Joe Woods hopes to keep a similar system in place.
OAKLAND: QB Derek Carr was playing at a near-elite level before breaking his leg in December. WR Amari Cooper is a special talent who sometimes disappears in the face of press coverage, creating opportunities for veteran possession WR Michael Crabtree. Free agent TE Jared Cook will add another dimension to the passing game. Three years removed from his last productive season, RB Marshawn Lynch is an enigma, though he'll be running behind a stellar O-line. Defensive Player of the Year DE Khalil Mack is not only a lethal pass-rusher, but also an exceptional run-defender. He and OLB Bruce Irvin combined for 18 sacks and 11 forced fumbles last season, but Oakland got very little production from the rest of the front seven. The young secondary was problematic last season, though 2016 first-rounder S Karl Joseph showed promise and first-round draft pick CB Gareon Conley should contribute right away.
Broncos turn to Lynch to snap six-game slide

Denver Broncos quarterback Paxton Lynch will make his season debut when he and his teammates visit the Oakland Raiders on Sunday afternoon.

Lynch, 23, started two games as a rookie last season but has been sidelined this year because of a shoulder sprain. The former Memphis standout was named the starter this week ahead of Trevor Siemian and Brock Osweiler.

Denver (3-7) has made hard changes on and off the field to try to stop a six-game losing streak that has plummeted the Broncos to last place in the AFC West. Earlier this week, the team fired offensive coordinator Mike McCoy and promoted Bill Musgrave to the role of interim offensive coordinator and play-caller for the rest of the season.

Musgrave is expected to simplify the offense with Lynch under center.

"Sometimes, it's doing the same thing more often," Broncos head coach Vance Joseph told the Denver Post. "You can kind of master it. I feel that we have a good offense and a lot of good plays that we miss. But we hadn't mastered anything. I think it's going to bring a sense of consistency to our offense that we can master four or five concepts, and that's good enough to get better."

Oakland (4-6) also shook up its coaching staff this week in attempt to salvage its playoff hopes. The Raiders are the only team in the NFL without an interception, and they rank last in the league with six takeaways. As a result, the team fired defensive coordinator Ken Norton Jr. and named John Pagano as his replacement.

Pagano served as the San Diego Chargers' defensive coordinator before the team moved to Los Angeles, and he was a Raiders defensive assistant this year.

"Everybody felt it in this building," Raiders safety Reggie Nelson told the San Francisco Chronicle. "Players, we love Norton regardless. Unfortunately, the production wasn't at a high standard this year. ... My experience with coach Pagano, it's all been good. We shouldn't skip a beat 'cause he's been in that room all year."

The Raiders trail the first-place Kansas City Chiefs by two games in the AFC West, and they remain optimistic that they can make a playoff push in the season's final six games. The top reason for optimism is quarterback Derek Carr, who has an 88.2 passer rating this season with 2,191 passing yards, 14 touchdowns and eight interceptions.

Wide receiver Michael Crabtree serves as Carr's top target with 42 catches for 502 yards and six touchdowns. Meanwhile, veteran tight end Jared Cook has hauled in 41 passes for 535 yards and one touchdown.

On the ground, Marshawn Lynch has amassed 390 yards and four touchdowns for Oakland.

"We need to hold up our end of it as an offense," Carr said. "Everything that we want, everything that we planned and put out as a goal is out there for us. If we can just get hot and get on a run, I'm sure the bandwagon will get full again and all those things. It's definitely possible. There's no doubt in our mind that we can do it, but we have to go out there and do it."

Broncos linebacker Von Miller will try to do what he can to spoil Carr's optimism. Miller leads Denver's defense with eight sacks to go along with one forced fumble, two pass break-ups and 34 tackles in 10 games.

On the opposite side of the ball, Lynch will aim to rejuvenate a Denver offense that has failed to score 20 points in seven of its last eight contests. Lynch passed for 497 yards, two touchdowns and one interception in 2016.

Running back C.J. Anderson leads Denver with 573 rushing yards and two touchdowns, but second-year player Devontae Booker could carve out a bigger role against the Raiders. The Broncos are led in the receiving game by Demaryius Thomas, who has 53 catches for 633 yards and three touchdowns despite the quarterback carousel.

Strangely enough, the Broncos' most recent win was against the Raiders in Week 4 on Oct. 1. Denver grinded out a 16-10 victory as Carr was knocked out of the game with a back injury.

Now, both teams are hoping that a new coordinator can fix old habits.

"I just felt we needed a change," Raiders coach Jack Del Rio said this week. "It wasn't comfortable. It wasn't easy. In fact, it was very difficult to do. At the end of the day, I felt like I had to do it to give us a spark, give us a chance. I had to shake things up."

The Raiders are 2-3 at home this season; the Broncos are 0-4 on the road.

Last Updated: 12/15/2018 6:09:03 AM EST

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