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NFL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 10/21/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




CAROLINA (3 - 2) at PHILADELPHIA (3 - 3)
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Week 7 Sunday, 10/21/2018 1:00 PM
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CAROLINA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-2+0.82-33-224.213.4361.8(5.8)1.422.812.2358.0(6.2)1.8
Road Games0-2-2.20-21-120.58.0394.5(6.5)
Last 3 Games2-1+0.81-22-127.015.7359.0(5.7)1.725.014.7372.0(6.3)2.3
Grass Games3-1+1.82-22-224.214.2342.5(5.5)1.520.711.0337.0(5.9)2.0
CAROLINA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)24.213.422.630:5828-139(5)22-3465.9%222(6.5)62-362(5.8)(15)
Opponents Defensive Avg.24.712.821.730:1125-108(4.3)25-3767.2%257(7)62-365(5.9)(14.8)
Offense Road Games20.58.024.527:2718-101(5.6)29-4269.4%293(6.9)60-394(6.5)(19.2)
Defense (All Games)22.812.220.229:0222-102(4.6)23-3565.3%256(7.3)57-358(6.2)(15.7)
Opponents Offensive Avg.23.613.220.730:1924-106(4.4)24-3666.2%247(6.9)60-352(5.9)(14.9)
Defense Road Games27.017.020.532:3330-151(5)22-3268.7%214(6.7)62-365(5.9)(13.5)
CAROLINA - 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) 11-434.5%1-040.0%1-35(25.3)2-10(6.2)6-50
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.60.41 13-540.1%1-154.9%2-40(23.4)9-2(5.4)6-57
Stats Against (Road Games) 13-648.1%1-050.0%2-37(18.5)1-6(6.5)3-34

PHILADELPHIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-3-1.62-43-322.89.5366.3(5.5)1.519.59.8352.8(5.9)1.0
Home Games2-1+0.41-20-319.75.3325.0(5.2)
Last 3 Games1-2-2.11-22-126.012.3391.7(6.2)
Grass Games2-3-2.61-42-320.66.6363.8(5.5)1.820.810.6343.2(5.8)1.0
PHILADELPHIA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)22.89.522.833:4326-110(4.2)27-4067.6%256(6.4)66-366(5.5)(16)
Opponents Defensive Avg.27.715.122.532:3226-108(4.2)25-3669.2%275(7.6)62-383(6.2)(13.8)
Offense Home Games19.75.321.733:1426-115(4.4)23-3664.5%210(5.9)62-325(5.2)(16.5)
Defense (All Games)19.59.817.727:5619-80(4.1)26-4065.4%273(6.8)59-353(5.9)(18.1)
Opponents Offensive Avg.
Defense Home Games17.010.016.326:4618-73(4.1)25-4062.8%221(5.5)58-294(5)(17.3)
PHILADELPHIA - 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) 13-429.5%1-157.1%1-18(21.2)2-12(5.1)7-62
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.61.4 13-642.9%1-050.9%2-38(22.5)11-2(6.4)6-55
Stats Against (Home Games) 13-326.3%1-033.3%1-12(17.5)2-12(7)10-78
Average power rating of opponents played: CAROLINA 19.8,  PHILADELPHIA 18.8
CAROLINA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/16/2018@ ATLANTA24-31L5L43.5O18-12132-45-318132-17023-28-2721
10/7/2018NY GIANTS33-31W-6.5L43.5O31-11821-35-232216-5023-37-3823
10/14/2018@ WASHINGTON17-23L-1L44.5U18-8127-40-269328-13221-36-1560
10/21/2018@ PHILADELPHIA            
11/4/2018TAMPA BAY            
11/8/2018@ PITTSBURGH            
11/18/2018@ DETROIT            

PHILADELPHIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/16/2018@ TAMPA BAY21-27L-3L46.5O24-9135-48-321223-4327-33-3932
9/30/2018@ TENNESSEE23-26L-3L41O22-11733-50-315122-7030-43-3271
10/11/2018@ NY GIANTS34-13W-1.5W46O31-10826-36-271017-14724-43-2541
10/28/2018@ JACKSONVILLE            
11/18/2018@ NEW ORLEANS            
CAROLINA: Carolina kept QB Cam Newton fresh by running him less often in 2017, then let him loose late in the year. New coordinator Norv Turner has acknowledged that the Panthers are at their best when Newton uses his legs, despite the injury risk. RB C.J. Anderson will try to revive the power run game, while RB Christian McCaffrey is in for a larger role as both a runner and receiver. TE Greg Olsen's return from an injury-mired 2017 offsets a weak WR group. New coordinator Eric Washington, a Carolina assistant since 2011, won't be changing a thing about the Panthers' 4-3 scheme. LBs Luke Kuechly, Thomas Davis and Shaq Thompson are the most athletic and effective linebacking corps in the league, though Davis suspended until Week 6. The secondary is a weakness (partially by design because of their zone scheme), though defensive line helped out by accounting for 40 sacks last season.
PHILADELPHIA: All indications are that QB Carson Wentz, the MVP front-runner before tearing his ACL in Week 14, will be ready for Week 1. Wentz's ability to extend plays and throw for big plays late in the down is what makes him special. The offensive line is fantastic, allowing Philly to run a diverse and expansive set of running plays. TE Zach Ertz and WR Alshon Jeffery are atop a deep skill-position group that can create mismatches in a number of ways. Philly's defensive line is dominant. Fletcher Cox may be the NFL's most underrated player, and Brandon Graham, Tim Jernigan and Derek Barnett would be the stars of many teams' front sevens. The additions of former Pro-Bowlers Michael Bennett and Haloti Ngata as rotational depth are a nightmare for opposing O-lines. Rookie CB Sidney Jones (who would've been a 2017 first-rounder if not for a season-ending injury) provides another upgrade.
Panthers get rematch with Eagles

The Carolina Panthers had a chance to beat the Philadelphia Eagles last season at home but couldn't get it done, and on Sunday they will get a rematch on the road, where they are 0-2 this season.

The eventual Super Bowl champions defeated the Panthers 28-23 lastseason, thanks to intercepting three of quarterback Cam Newton's passes and turning them into points on short fields.

Newton knows it won't be any easier this season, even though the Eagles are off to a 3-3 start and sit one-half game behind the NFL East-leading Washington Redskins. Philadelphia quarterback Carson Wentz was still recovering from a torn ACL and did not play at the start of the season.

"I think they're better than they were last year," Newton said. "Just the depth that they have and the explosiveness on the defensive side of the football is something we will have to tame. Those guys get after the quarterback, get after the running game -- those are all things that we try to pride ourselves on doing."

The Panthers, who are 3-2 and one game behind the New Orleans Saints in the NFC South following a 23-17 loss to the Redskins, would like to get back at the Eagles. However, the road not been good to them.

Carolina is 0-2 away from home this season and 1-4 all-time in regular-season games in Philadelphia, although they beat the Eagles in the 2003 NFC Championship Game in the City of Brotherly Love.

Eagles head coach Doug Pederson knows all that means absolutely nothing.

"The entire game (last season) came down basically to the last series or two," Pederson said. "I know Carolina had an opportunity there to win it late, and (we were) fortunate again to make a couple of plays down the stretch and pull out a victory, but I think we're gonna see the same things this Sunday."

With outstanding quarterbacks on both teams, it might be a matter of if one team can slow the other down.

Wentz, who missed the first two games this season, has completed 68.4 percent of his passes for nearly 1,192 yards, with eight touchdowns and one interception.

"He looks like the same guy, if not better," Panthers head coach Ron Rivera said. "And the crazy thing is, he still runs and moves and does whatever he can to make things work. He plays to a full tilt.

"We turned the ball over twice against them last year in the red zone, so we've just got to be able to protect the football and play our game."

Wentz passed for 222 yards and three touchdowns against the Panthers last season, even though he absorbed sacks by linebacker Thomas Davis, cornerback James Bradberry and defensive end Julius Peppers.

Rivera said it's difficult to completely stop a quarterback like Wentz, but that the key is to constantly pressure him, shut down the Eagles' running game, and consistently put Philadelphia in third-and-long situations.

On the other side of the ball, the Eagles will try to keep Newton in the pocket and prevent him from making big plays with both his arm and legs.

The Eagles have allowed the fifth-fewest points per game in the NFL this season, but they are not getting the takeaways they had on their way to the Super Bowl last year.

Philadelphia has only four interceptions in six games (compared to seven for the Panthers in five games), while forcing only three fumbles -- far off the numbers of last year.

The Eagles will try to turn that around against Newton, who has thrown three interceptions in the last two weeks.

"He's been able to just take care of the ball, and that's probably been the biggest thing," said Pederson, crediting at least some of that to the addition of offensive coordinator Norv Turner.

"From a quarterback's position, it's just don't be reckless, don't be careless. Be smart with the football. Know when you've got to pull it down and run it, and know when you have to throw it away, and that's what you're seeing."

With quarterbacks like Wentz and Newton on the field, it might come down to which team has the ball last.

Last Updated: 9/22/2019 8:34:20 PM EST

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