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NFL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 9/9/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
WASHINGTON
 
ARIZONA
+2  

-2  
+110

-130

43.5
 
24
Final
6

WASHINGTON (7 - 9) at ARIZONA (8 - 8)
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Week 1 Sunday, 9/9/2018 4:25 PM
Board OpenLatest
475WASHINGTONPick44
476ARIZONA44-1.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
WASHINGTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games7-9-1.17-97-821.411.8324.9(5.5)1.724.211.5347.9(5.5)1.4
Road Games2-6-3.43-54-319.510.9304.7(5.4)1.427.113.0406.0(6.3)1.0
Last 3 Games2-102-10-319.011.3267.0(4.9)2.014.79.0332.3(4.7)2.0
Dome Games0-1-11-01-031.017.0456.0(7)0.034.013.0535.0(8.4)1.0
WASHINGTON - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)21.411.817.429:4525-90(3.6)22-3464.3%234(6.9)59-325(5.5)(15.2)
Opponents Defensive Avg.21.210.11930:4826-106(4.1)21-3561.6%226(6.5)61-333(5.5)(15.7)
Offense Road Games19.510.916.128:4224-100(4.1)21-3265.1%204(6.4)56-305(5.4)(15.6)
Defense (All Games)24.211.519.230:2529-134(4.5)19-3357.7%214(6.4)63-348(5.5)(14.3)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.511.319.630:2627-113(4.2)22-3562.4%234(6.7)62-347(5.6)(15.4)
Defense Road Games27.113.022.131:3732-164(5.1)19-3259.3%242(7.5)64-406(6.3)(15)
WASHINGTON - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
 INTFLTODIFF#-MADEPCT#-MADEPCTKR-YDSYPKRPR-YDSYPPRPEN-YDS
Stats For (All Games)0.80.91.7-0.213-432.4%1-156.2%2-42(19.8)2-11(6.2)6-46
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.90.51.41.713-538.2%1-039.9%2-44(21.7)16-2(8)7-56
Stats For (Road Games)0.90.51.4-0.412-430.0%1-162.5%2-34(17.9)2-14(7.8)6-47
Stats Against (All Games)1.00.41.4 14-536.7%1-160.0%1-28(18.7)2-27(11.2)6-55
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.90.51.4 14-539.5%1-147.6%2-43(22)16-2(7.8)7-60
Stats Against (Road Games)0.90.11.0 13-641.7%0-066.7%2-32(19.8)3-37(12.9)7-53

ARIZONA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games8-8+2.76-96-1018.49.8314.4(5)1.622.69.6310.9(5.1)1.3
Home Games5-3+3.44-33-520.910.0328.5(5.1)1.220.17.1287.2(4.9)1.5
Last 3 Games2-1+2.62-11-221.313.0278.0(4.1)1.714.77.0269.0(5)1.3
Dome Games6-4+3.14-54-620.69.3332.6(5.2)1.520.97.6293.1(4.9)1.4
ARIZONA - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)18.49.819.431:0926-87(3.4)21-3756.7%228(6.1)63-314(5)(17.1)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.411.219.730:2427-113(4.1)21-3561.6%229(6.6)62-342(5.5)(15.2)
Offense Home Games20.910.021.033:2027-91(3.4)23-3760.9%237(6.3)64-328(5.1)(15.7)
Defense (All Games)22.69.617.729:3325-89(3.5)21-3560.8%221(6.3)61-311(5.1)(13.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.71119.230:5827-109(4.1)21-3461.2%229(6.7)61-338(5.5)(14.9)
Defense Home Games20.17.116.627:5123-78(3.4)21-3560.1%209(6)58-287(4.9)(14.3)
ARIZONA - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
 INTFLTODIFF#-MADEPCT#-MADEPCTKR-YDSYPKRPR-YDSYPPRPEN-YDS
Stats For (All Games)1.10.41.6-0.215-535.2%1-043.7%2-37(20.4)3-18(7)7-55
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.90.61.51.814-539.3%1-051.2%2-41(21)16-2(7.9)7-56
Stats For (Home Games)0.90.41.20.215-638.1%1-020.0%1-22(17.9)3-23(7.7)7-56
Stats Against (All Games)0.90.41.3 14-535.7%1-043.7%2-55(22)3-32(10.5)8-70
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.90.61.5 14-538.6%1-049.8%2-43(21.5)18-2(8.5)7-60
Stats Against (Home Games)1.10.41.5 13-325.0%1-150.0%2-46(21.5)3-27(10)9-72
Average power rating of opponents played: WASHINGTON 21.9,  ARIZONA 20.3
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
WASHINGTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/9/2018@ ARIZONA            
9/16/2018INDIANAPOLIS            
9/23/2018GREEN BAY            
10/8/2018@ NEW ORLEANS            

ARIZONA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/9/2018WASHINGTON            
9/16/2018@ LA RAMS            
9/23/2018CHICAGO            
9/30/2018SEATTLE            
10/7/2018@ SAN FRANCISCO            
KEY GAME INFORMATION
WASHINGTON: Head coach Jay Gruden gets the most out of his offense, and it's unlikely that Washington would have acquired QB Alex Smith if Gruden didn't think he could run the team effectively. While rookie RB Derrius Guice is promising and TE Jordan Reed dominates on the rare occasions when he's healthy, Washington has one of the weakest skill-position units in the league'certainly a downgrade from what Smith had in Kansas City. Washington showed some improvement in coordinator Greg Manusky's first season, but parted with promising, young CBs Kendall Fuller and Bashaud Breeland in the offseason. LBs Ryan Kerrigan and Zach Brown are solid, and there's hope for improvement up front with the addition of first-round draft pick DT Da'Ron Payne and the healthy return of 2017 first-rounder DE Jonathan Allen (who missed 11 games with a foot injury last season).
ARIZONA: The offense will be built around RB David Johnson, who led the NFL in touchdowns and yards from scrimmage in 2016 but suffered a season-ending wrist injury in Week 1 of last year. QBs Sam Bradford and Josh Rosen both come to Arizona with injury concerns and inherit a flimsy offensive line. Catch-and-run throws to WR Larry Fitzgerald and Johnson are likely to be featured. The Cards have very little skill-position talent beyond their two stars. New head coach Steve Wilks is implementing a more basic defense than what James Bettcher ran in his three seasons as coordinator. Wilks and new coordinator Al Holcomb aim to force opponents to adjust to them and out-execute, rather than outsmart, opposing offenses. With All-Pro performers in OLB Chandler Jones and S Budda Baker, not to mention shutdown CB Patrick Peterson, Arizona has the talent to remain a top-ten defense.
PREVIEW
New quarterbacks, RB Peterson highlight Redskins-Cards matchup
 

The Washington Redskins have a roster dotted with potential Pro Bowlers in their primes and questions all over as they prepare to play at the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday in the regular-season opener.

It's a fitting place to start. The Redskins and Cardinals will play for the fourth time in five seasons. Add in that Washington is 0-4 in season openers under head coach Jay Gruden and Week 1 suddenly takes on a critical context for a team that can't afford another slow start.

The biggest challenge facing the Cardinals when they entered training camp was making sure they kept veteran quarterback Sam Bradford healthy. Mission accomplished on that end. Now the team's biggest concern entering the regular season is, you guessed it, making sure they keep Sam Bradford healthy.

For his part, Bradford, who has a career 62.5 completion percentage, said he can't wait to finally put his injury history behind him and finally get to enjoy a season where all of his hard work will pay off.

"He's been doing that throughout preseason, in my opinion," Cardinals head coach Steve Wilks said. "I think right now, his knee is healthy. We went through the process and (after taking a few hits) I think he got the jitters out, so I think he's on track. I think he's going to continue to strengthen that knee and work on it throughout the year. Hopefully, we can do everything we can to keep him healthy."

The Redskins, meanwhile, moved on from quarterback Kirk Cousins and acquired Alex Smith in a trade with the Kansas City Chiefs. They hoped to upgrade the running game by selecting Derrius Guice in the second of the draft. But he suffered a torn ACL early in camp.

Enter Adrian Peterson, who was signed by the Cardinals last year after David Johnson was lost for the season because of a wrist injury.

Peterson had 56 yards on 11 carries in his lone preseason game Aug. 24 against the Denver Broncos and Washington hopes he's a bridge to Guice when he's ready to go again next summer.

Meanwhile, Johnson is completely recovered and will be the Cardinals' main weapon for opposing defenses to contend with

"It's an identity that we talked about," Wilks said. "I said that we want to run the football, and I believe right now, the strength is in our offensive line, and we want to continue to set the tone up front."

In Sunday's game, Smith will see a tough Arizona secondary led by cornerback Patrick Peterson. The offensive line is well positioned to deal with pass rusher Chandler Jones as it has Pro Bowl left tackle Trent Williams on one side and the steady Morgan Moses on the other.

Much of Washington's offense is built around getting that running game going so it can take advantage of its weapons in the passing game. Without Guice, Peterson was brought in to help. But no one knows how much he has left.

Some intriguing individual matchups should produce highlights. Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, who has averaged more than 100 catches and 1,000 receptions each of the last three years, will often face Redskins cornerback Josh Norman, who didn't register an interception last season.

Fitzgerald is sneaky good at getting open and turning short receptions into bigger gains. Norman is still an elite corner who knows how to lock down receivers, and the best way to handle Fitzgerald is by being physical with him and hitting him at the snap of the ball. One mistake, though, and Fitzgerald can still burn you.

Then, there's the aforementioned Jones and Williams. The Arizona defensive end led the NFL with 17 sacks last season, while Washingtion's left tackle has been selected to six straight Pro Bowls. Jones has an array of moves he likes to use when motoring his way into opponents' backfields and his repertoire makes it difficult for tackles and tight ends to slow him down because he's hard to game-plan against. Williams, though, is a savvy, nine-year vet who has virtually seen it all, making this one of the best individual NFC matchups to watch in Week 1.

Finally, Gruden noted the uncertainty in preparing for a team with a new coaching staff. With preseason games difficult to evaluate, Gruden said, "We have to go back to when (Cardinals offensive coordinator) coach (Mike) McCoy was an offensive coordinator last year (with Denver) and you have to go back to when coach Wilks was a defensive coordinator last year at Carolina (Panthers).

"So we do have a lot of film to look at. Sometimes you have too much film to look at. You're not sure how they're going to make all the pieces fit."


Last Updated: 12/16/2018 7:21:49 PM EST


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