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Sunday 12/17/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore




TENNESSEE (8 - 5) at SAN FRANCISCO (3 - 10)
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Week 15 Sunday, 12/17/2017 4:25 PM
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TENNESSEE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games8-5+1.55-77-621.09.2315.2(5.4)1.722.610.5323.3(5.2)1.2
Road Games3-4-22-53-416.77.0262.6(4.8)2.423.710.7297.3(4.8)1.4
Last 3 Games2-1+0.52-10-317.07.7274.7(5.4)1.713.77.7299.7(5)0.7
Grass Games7-4+24-67-422.49.7328.9(5.6)1.624.211.3335.3(5.2)1.4
TENNESSEE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.81118.930:3027-110(4)21-3362.2%227(6.8)61-337(5.5)(14.8)
Offense Road Games16.77.015.728:5025-89(3.5)17-2960.1%174(6)54-263(4.8)(15.7)
Defense (All Games)22.610.520.530:3425-90(3.6)23-3861.6%233(6.2)63-323(5.2)(14.3)
Opponents Offensive Avg.20.610.21930:0227-104(3.9)21-3460.4%219(6.4)61-323(5.3)(15.7)
Defense Road Games23.710.720.032:3628-104(3.7)20-3361.1%193(5.8)62-297(4.8)(12.5)
TENNESSEE - 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) 13-534.7%1-164.3%2-42(25.7)3-20(7.4)8-61
Opponents Avg. Stats For1.10.51.6 13-537.0%1-049.4%2-42(21.6)16-2(7.3)7-60
Stats Against (Road Games) 13-535.5%1-050.0%2-36(22.9)3-18(5.9)7-54

SAN FRANCISCO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-10-6.67-65-817.56.6334.1(5.3)1.524.212.8351.8(5.5)1.1
Home Games1-5-3.72-43-317.76.5335.2(5.4)
Last 3 Games2-1+1.22-10-318.08.3361.3(5.4)
Grass Games3-7-3.55-54-618.16.8338.8(5.4)1.725.814.8344.7(5.6)1.2
SAN FRANCISCO - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)17.56.619.029:0225-101(4.1)22-3957.9%233(6.1)63-334(5.3)(19)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.610.51930:5626-106(4)21-3561.8%231(6.7)61-337(5.5)(14.9)
Offense Home Games17.76.519.227:4224-100(4.2)23-3860.2%235(6.2)62-335(5.4)(19)
Defense (All Games)24.212.821.032:2131-121(3.9)21-3363.0%231(7)64-352(5.5)(14.6)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.11119.230:2527-110(4)21-3461.1%226(6.6)61-335(5.5)(15.2)
Defense Home Games28.215.222.032:1835-146(4.2)19-3064.1%231(7.7)65-378(5.8)(13.4)
SAN FRANCISCO - 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) 14-643.6%1-075.0%1-16(20.2)2-10(4.4)6-48
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.90.61.5 14-539.1%1-047.9%2-43(21.7)16-2(7.3)7-59
Stats Against (Home Games) 13-649.4%1-075.0%1-26(22.3)2-5(2.5)5-37
Average power rating of opponents played: TENNESSEE 17.6,  SAN FRANCISCO 20.1
TENNESSEE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/22/2017@ CLEVELAND12-9W-5.5L42.5U32-8021-34-189126-6622-39-2183
11/16/2017@ PITTSBURGH17-40L7L44.5O21-5222-34-264421-6530-45-2840
11/26/2017@ INDIANAPOLIS20-16W-3W46.5U28-9217-25-184224-8917-29-1651
12/10/2017@ ARIZONA7-12L-3L42U22-6516-31-139229-13617-26-1250
12/17/2017@ SAN FRANCISCO            
12/24/2017LA RAMS            

SAN FRANCISCO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/29/2017@ PHILADELPHIA10-33L13L45U24-9417-36-144231-11218-32-1921
11/12/2017NY GIANTS31-21W3W41O33-18619-25-288223-11428-37-2601
12/3/2017@ CHICAGO15-14W2.5W42.5U34-11026-37-278119-6212-15-850
12/10/2017@ HOUSTON26-16W1W45.5U31-10220-33-314123-9020-38-2211
12/31/2017@ LA RAMS            
TENNESSEE: Head coach Mike Mularkey's smash-mouth running game worked wonders last season, thanks to the excellent blocking of OTs Taylor Lewan and Jack Conklin. RBs DeMarco Murray and Derrick Henry will continue to grind behind a solid, young O-line. QB Marcus Mariota's quick release, accuracy and improving field-reading skills are promising, and Tennessee figures to limit his running after both of his pro seasons ended with leg injuries. Coordinator Dick LeBeau worked his magic in his first year with Tennessee, and the Titans were the 2nd-ranked run defense in 2016. Massive-but-quick DT Jurrell Casey is a playmaker up front, while the OLB combo of Brian Orakpo and Derrick Morgan combined for 19.5 sacks. The secondary was a major weakness last season, so the Titans drafted CB Adoree' Jackson in the first round after signing CB Logan Ryan and S Johnathan Cyprien.
SAN FRANCISCO: New head coach Kyle Shanahan is a genius play-designer, which should allow him to wring some production from his ragtag bunch of misfits. Journeyman QB Brian Hoyer is 16-15 as a starter, and is familiar with Shanahan's system (and prickly personality) from their time together in Cleveland. WR Pierre Garcon is the No. 1 target with track star WR Marquise Goodwin stretching the field. The rest of the skill position spots are up for grabs. New coordinator Robert Saleh is a former Seattle assistant and will try to build a Seahawks-like system in San Fran after the Niners finished last in yards and points allowed in 2016. Some pieces are already in place, including DT DeForest Buckner and OLB Ahmad Brooks, the team's co-leaders in sacks last season. First-round draft picks DE Solomon Thomas and LB Reuben Foster are ready to make an immediate impact, but the secondary looks awful.
Titans bid to fix ailing offense vs. 49ers

As they won six of seven games to join a first-place tie with Jacksonville in the AFC South, the Tennessee Titans did so while walking a tightrope not even a Wallenda might attempt.

Three times in that span, Tennessee wiped out double-figure deficits and made key plays in the fourth quarter to win. The run of success seemed to be built with a foundation of chewing gum, duct tape and baling wire.

The flimsy foundation finally fell apart last week in Arizona, but with a twist. This time, the Titans squandered a 7-0 halftime lead and lost 12-7, dropping a game behind the Jacksonville Jaguars in the division race.

And as they prepare for what they hope is a bounce-back game Sunday at the San Francisco 49ers, Tennessee (8-5) faces some real questions about its offense in general and quarterback Marcus Mariota in particular.

"It's very fixable," Titans coach Mike Mularkey said. "There are things in life that aren't. This is one that is. We've got a good group, a veteran staff that has been in a lot of meetings, a lot of rooms and a lot of games, and been with a lot of players.

"These guys trust what we're going to do. We're looking at it all over how we can get better. Everybody is. It's being addressed."

It was anticipated that after the second half of last year, when the Titans were one of the NFL's most explosive offenses, that its power running game would continue to lead to favorable one-on-one matchups for Mariota.

Instead, Tennessee's running game has slipped from top five to top 10, hampered by injuries on the offensive line and to running back DeMarco Murray. Mariota's slide has been more pronounced, particularly in the last four games, when he's tossed eight of his 14 interceptions.

Mariota threw two picks at Arizona, one in the third quarter at the Cardinals' 5 as the offense was driving for a score to extend a tenuous 7-6 lead, and the other in the fourth quarter that led to Phil Dawson's fourth field goal of the day.

Mariota has dealt with injuries and inexperience at wide receiver, as well as his own ailments, including a knee injury in the first half last week that affected his level of play in the second half. But it's hard to blame that solely for four more interceptions than touchdowns going into Week 15.

"It affected a number of things," Mularkey said of Mariota's injury at Arizona. "It limited us game plan-wise, more than you can imagine. I know it was on his mind. He missed some throws he usually doesn't miss."

While Mariota missed throws, San Francisco's Jimmy Garoppolo didn't. In his second start with the 49ers on Sunday at Houston, the former New England Patriots' backup threw for 334 yards and a touchdown in a 26-16 win.

Garoppolo has won all four career starts, including his first two for San Francisco, but first-year coach Kyle Shanahan said his presence isn't the sole reason for consecutive victories.

"To put all of that on one person, I think, would be unfair to him and the rest of the guys," Shanahan said. "I think Jimmy's played very well these last two games. I think the guys around him have played pretty well, too."

Case in point: Wide receiver Marquise Goodwin, who caught six passes for 106 yards at Houston, giving him 783 yards on 41 grabs this year. In four previous seasons with Buffalo, Goodwin amassed 780 receiving yards.

Talk about your breakout seasons. Goodwin, with help from veteran Pierre Garcon, who's now on injured reserve, is having one.

"That's what we believed he could be, and I still believe he can be more," Shanahan said of Goodwin. "His ceiling is extremely high. He has the speed that scares people. He can break down very well. His hands are much better than people realize."

While the 49ers (3-10) will miss the playoffs for the fourth straight year, they could have an impact on who does. After this week's matchup, they finish the year by hosting Jacksonville and visiting the Los Angeles Rams.

Shanahan might be publicly downplaying it, but the presence of Garoppolo certainly makes San Francisco a tougher out than it's been most of the year.

Especially for an opponent whose quarterback is still searching for the form that stamped him as a rising star a year ago.

Last Updated: 12/16/2018 11:00:19 AM EST

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