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NFL : ATS Matchup
Saturday 1/12/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




GREEN BAY (12 - 5) at SAN FRANCISCO (11 - 4 - 1)
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Week 19 Saturday, 1/12/2013 8:00 PM
NFC Playoffs - Divisional Round
Board OpenLatest
111GREEN BAY45.545.5
GREEN BAY - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games12-5+2.910-78-926.913.3357.5(5.8)0.920.410.2336.0(5.5)1.5
Road Games4-4-1.84-44-425.011.6360.0(6)0.924.511.7345.4(5.6)1.2
Last 3 Games2-1+0.52-12-137.715.7397.0(6.1)0.318.07.7316.0(5.4)1.7
Grass Games10-1+7.28-35-629.115.3365.0(5.6)
GREEN BAY - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)26.913.321.230:3527-104(3.8)23-3567.2%253(7.3)62-357(5.8)(13.3)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.511.32031:3127-117(4.3)22-3561.5%231(6.5)62-347(5.6)(15.4)
Offense Road Games25.011.620.729:5925-99(3.9)23-3467.4%261(7.6)60-360(6)(14.4)
Defense (All Games)20.410.219.129:2526-121(4.6)19-3554.2%215(6.1)61-336(5.5)(16.5)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.711.619.630:2027-123(4.5)21-3559.9%222(6.4)62-345(5.6)(15.2)
Defense Road Games24.511.720.430:0128-125(4.5)18-3354.5%220(6.6)61-345(5.6)(14.1)
GREEN BAY - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against10.71.6213-537.6%1-051.4%3-64(24.1)21-2(9)6-52
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 14-537.9%1-136.0%3-74(23.4)2-12(7.3)7-64
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.90.61.6 13-537.4%1-047.5%3-66(23.2)20-2(8.9)6-54
Stats Against (Road Games) 13-536.3%1-141.7%3-70(24.3)2-14(8.8)8-72

SAN FRANCISCO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games11-4+1.99-710-624.810.4361.5(6.2)
Home Games6-1+2.24-46-224.79.6377.6(6.6)0.713.96.0272.9(4.8)1.2
Last 3 Games2-1+0.51-23-027.010.0367.7(6)1.329.712.3376.0(5.6)2.3
Grass Games7-1+4.15-47-225.310.3377.6(6.6)0.714.86.1278.6(4.9)1.2
SAN FRANCISCO - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)24.810.420.131:4531-156(5.1)18-2766.3%206(7.6)58-361(6.2)(14.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.21.711.219.730:2927-120(4.4)21-3559.7%226(6.5)62-346(5.6)(16)
Offense Home Games24.79.621.032:0130-163(5.4)18-2767.1%215(7.9)57-378(6.6)(15.3)
Defense (All Games)17.17.317.730:0625-94(3.7)21-3559.4%200(5.6)61-294(4.8)(17.3)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.711.719.630:1528-119(4.3)21-3460.2%221(6.5)62-341(5.5)(15)
Defense Home Games13.96.015.529:5127-106(3.9)17-3057.3%167(5.6)57-273(4.8)(19.7)
SAN FRANCISCO - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against10.71.7213-537.9%1-048.8%3-65(23.2)21-2(9.5)6-53
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 13-433.0%2-156.0%3-81(26.9)2-16(7)6-47
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.90.71.6 13-537.3%1-150.6%3-63(24.1)21-2(9.1)6-53
Stats Against (Home Games) 13-433.0%1-155.6%3-89(27.5)2-11(5.1)6-44
Average power rating of opponents played: GREEN BAY 20.7,  SAN FRANCISCO 22.2
GREEN BAY - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/18/2012@ DETROIT24-20W-3W53.5U29-9519-27-219124-11017-39-2524
11/25/2012@ NY GIANTS10-38L3L50U26-11615-27-201231-14716-30-2430
12/16/2012@ CHICAGO21-13W-3W43.5U32-11323-36-278223-8312-21-1071
12/30/2012@ MINNESOTA34-37L-3L45.5O16-7228-40-333137-21716-28-2270
1/12/2013@ SAN FRANCISCO            

SAN FRANCISCO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/25/2012@ NEW ORLEANS31-21W-3W50O31-14416-25-231221-5926-41-2312
12/2/2012@ ST LOUIS13-16L-7.5L41U36-14821-32-191127-8526-39-2080
12/16/2012@ NEW ENGLAND41-34W4W47.5O39-18014-25-203224-9536-65-4254
12/23/2012@ SEATTLE13-42L3L40.5O19-8219-36-231239-17615-22-1701
1/12/2013GREEN BAY            
GREEN BAY: The running game is an afterthought for the Packers, more often something Aaron Rodgers audibles to at the line. It's a zone-blocking scheme and they've had good success with it. James Starks is the only back on the roster whose had significant NFL experience, but coach Mike McCarthy has leaned towards a time share in recent years (a big reason why they spent a third-round pick on Alex Green in 2010). Green, if he's recovered from a torn ACL, or Brandon Saine should work their way into a timeshare, with Starks taking about 60 percent of the reps. John Kuhn will take short-yardage duties. The Packers have shown a lot of versatility in their passing game, throwing almost everything downfield. Greg Jennings still gets the most looks, with Jordy Nelson taking advantage of single coverage and out-producing him despite fewer targets. They'll primarily play three-wide and go four-wide often, with James Jones set to take on a bigger role as the third receiver. They also rotate their receivers frequently, even Jennings and Nelson. Jermichael Finley works medium-to-deep in the middle of the field. The backs serve as check downs, but Rodgers is often willing to throw into coverage and trust his receivers. Green Bay is very pass-happy in the red zone; they threw more than 70 percent of the time in goal-to-go situations, a higher rate than any team in the NFL. Green Bay tied for the league lead with 38 forced turnovers last year, and will continue to pick off passes with a ball-hungry secondary that frequently takes chances. The addition of run-clogging DTs Anthony Hargrove and Daniel Muir will allow relentless pass rusher Clay Matthews to get to the quarterback. Desmond Bishop has been a rock since moving into the starting lineup in 2010, averaging 8.5 tackles per game over 25 career starts. He's also the rare inside linebacker who can pick up a sack nearly every other game. Despite his age, Charles Woodson is still a force who will force turnovers whether he plays cornerback or safety, and he has become one of the NFL's better defensive backs in run support. The other starters in the secondary'Morgan Burnett, Tramon Williams and Charles Peprah'go for the big play, but end up surrendering as many as they make.
SAN FRANCISCO: Despite adding firepower to their receiving corps, the Niners offense will still be based on the power running game. Their scheme is almost exclusively man blocking and almost all between the tackles. Due to the presence of youngsters Kendall Hunter and LaMichael James, they're unlikely to run Frank Gore into the ground like they have in recent seasons. Assuming he beats out veteran Brandon Jacobs, Hunter is more of a traditional back-up, while James will be the change-of-pace back and should see a lot of his reps on passing downs. There's a good chance Jacobs will earn short-yardage duties. The Niners are also very run-heavy in the red zone, with Gore serving as the team's main option in goal-to-go situations. Head coach Jim Harbaugh and offensive coordinator Greg Roman have built a passing game that will work for quarterback Alex Smith. Most often Michael Crabtree is the first option, as they can get him isolated on the outside. Vernon Davis came on strong late once he picked up the offense, and he'll be used deeper down the middle of the field. Randy Moss will likely step into Braylon Edwards' seldom-used deep threat role. When they go three-wide, which is often, Mario Manningham will play the outside with Crabtree sliding into a slot. Crabtree is Smith's most frequent target in the red zone because of the attention Davis draws. The 49ers will, however, often force it to Davis in the middle of the field. The 49ers' defense is the complete package, with the league's best linebackers, a disruptive front four and an improving secondary. Justin Smith is arguably the NFL's most effective 3-4 DE'he's one of the best in the league at stopping the run and also has more pass-rushing ability than your average two-gap end, with 29.5 sacks over the past four seasons. The Niners' defensive scheme funnels ball carriers to Patrick Willis, which is why he consistently racks up more than 100 solo tackles per season. (He was on pace for 110 in 2011 before suffering a hamstring injury in Week 13.) Picking up the slack in Willis' absence was NaVorro Bowman, who was excellent in his first season as a starter. San Francisco also boasts an exceptional return game with speedy Ted Ginn Jr. one of those guys who's a threat to bring any returnable kick to the house. Ginn was obviously sorely missed in the NFC Championship Game, when ill-timed fumbles by second-string return man Kyle Williams essentially cost the 49ers a trip to the Super Bowl.

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