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NFL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 11/19/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore




CINCINNATI (3 - 6) at DENVER (3 - 6)
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Week 11 Sunday, 11/19/2017 4:25 PM
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CINCINNATI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-6-4.44-54-516.611.3274.0(5.2)1.920.211.9320.9(4.9)0.9
Road Games1-4-33-23-219.215.2257.2(5.2)
Last 3 Games1-2-11-22-117.010.0244.0(5.5)1.323.314.3384.7(5.1)1.3
Grass Games1-4-33-23-219.215.2257.2(5.2)
CINCINNATI - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)16.611.315.727:0822-70(3.1)19-3062.0%204(6.8)53-274(5.2)(16.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.411.11930:1927-106(3.9)21-3462.2%225(6.7)61-331(5.5)(14.8)
Offense Road Games19.215.216.026:4422-70(3.2)19-2866.4%187(6.7)50-257(5.2)(13.4)
Defense (All Games)20.211.919.933:1631-123(3.9)20-3459.1%197(5.8)66-321(4.9)(15.9)
Opponents Offensive Avg.21.610.419.230:2428-117(4.1)20-3360.6%207(6.2)62-323(5.2)(15)
Defense Road Games22.011.422.433:5931-118(3.8)23-3859.2%243(6.4)69-360(5.2)(16.4)
CINCINNATI - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against10.61.62.113-537.1%1-046.5%2-38(21.8)19-2(8.3)7-64
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 15-641.3%1-028.6%2-36(21.3)3-32(11.9)6-48
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.51.5 14-536.8%1-052.1%2-36(22.2)17-2(8.4)7-59
Stats Against (Road Games) 15-744.0%1-033.3%2-46(23.2)3-37(12.4)4-34

DENVER - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-6-11.22-66-318.49.1328.6(5.2)2.326.615.9293.6(5.1)0.8
Home Games3-2-6.62-23-221.611.4350.0(5.4)1.822.413.6286.6(5)0.8
Last 3 Games0-3-30-33-019.37.0309.7(5)3.040.325.0363.7(5.8)1.0
Grass Games3-5-9.72-55-318.78.6323.9(5.2)2.426.616.2296.2(5.1)0.9
DENVER - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.2210.520.631:4327-118(4.4)23-3663.6%243(6.8)62-361(5.8)(16.4)
Offense Home Games21.611.420.232:0830-125(4.1)21-3560.1%225(6.5)65-350(5.4)(16.2)
Defense (All Games)26.615.917.228:3526-90(3.4)20-3261.9%204(6.4)58-294(5.1)(11.1)
Opponents Offensive Avg.23.311.919.729:2726-108(4.2)22-3463.7%237(6.9)60-345(5.7)(14.8)
Defense Home Games22.413.616.827:5222-75(3.3)22-3564.4%212(6.1)57-287(5)(12.8)
DENVER - 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) 13-427.6%2-133.3%1-35(28.7)2-19(10.9)6-58
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.60.41 13-540.4%1-044.6%2-38(21.9)15-2(8.4)7-63
Stats Against (Home Games) 13-325.4%3-130.8%1-38(47)1-9(8.8)5-53
Average power rating of opponents played: CINCINNATI 18.6,  DENVER 21.8
CINCINNATI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/24/2017@ GREEN BAY24-27L7W48O30-11021-27-191117-6428-42-2801
10/1/2017@ CLEVELAND31-7W-3.5W41.5U30-8625-30-264117-4521-42-1701
10/22/2017@ PITTSBURGH14-29L4L40O17-7117-30-108243-15215-25-2680
11/5/2017@ JACKSONVILLE7-23L6L38U17-2910-18-119040-14824-38-2591
11/12/2017@ TENNESSEE20-24L5W40.5O14-5320-35-255236-18025-44-2362
11/19/2017@ DENVER            
12/17/2017@ MINNESOTA            

DENVER - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/24/2017@ BUFFALO16-26L-3L40O23-11124-40-255233-7520-26-1970
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            
CINCINNATI: Cincinnati's offensive woes last season were a product of poor offensive line play, and they lost their two most reliable linemen (Andrew Whitworth and Kevin Zeitler) this offseason. Rookies RB Joe Mixon and WR John Ross are big-play threats, WR A.J. Green is a nightmare to defend and TE Tyler Eifert can dominate in the red-zone. While QB Andy Dalton is more of a game-manager than a playmaker, he has more weapons than ever. Longtime defensive line tandem DE Carlos Dunlap and DT Geno Atkins are monsters up front, each contributing over 50 career sacks for Cincy. LB Vontaze Burfict is productive when he stays out of trouble, and former Cardinals LB Kevin Minter is an upgrade in the middle of the defense. The secondary is lackluster, but has some depth at CB with former first-rounders Darqueze Dennard and William Jackson waiting in wings.
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.
Struggling Bengals visit reeling Broncos

DENVER -- The Denver Broncos are having problems converting in the red zone. The Cincinnati Bengals are struggling big-time to run the football.

The 3-6 teams are trying to iron out their troubled offenses as much as possible heading into Sunday's matchup. Both clubs will be challenged to move the ball against top-tier defenses.

Denver enters with a five-game losing streak, a skid marked by repeated failures to convert red zone opportunities into touchdowns. The Broncos' futility was epitomized in last week's 41-16 loss to New England when they settled for three field goals early rather than counterpunching Patriots' touchdowns with touchdowns of their own, and letting the game get out of reach.

Denver coach Vance Joseph said the solution for the stalled Broncos' offense comes down to improving the overall level of play.

"It's basically execution," Joseph said. "If it's the first quarter, second quarter, third or fourth quarter, we've been down there early in football games and not scored touchdowns. It's execution. We have to play better down there and get it done and push the ball into the end zone."

Broncos quarterback Brock Osweiler said the team has to redouble its focus when it gets into the scoring territory.

"I think we did a tremendous job of moving the football on the field (against New England)," Osweiler said. "Now when we get to the red area, we're just talking about keeping the same focus you had in the field to get to the red area. In fact, sharpen that focus to make sure that we're scoring touchdowns rather than kicking field goals."

The Bengals, meanwhile, have struggled to establish any semblance of offensive balance, putting tremendous pressure on quarterback Andy Dalton and the passing game to carry Cincinnati's attack.

Cincinnati has the worst rushing attack in the league, and more than halfway through the season, its 3.1-yard average per carry is well below the team's franchise record of 3.6 yards per rush in a season.

It hasn't helped that the Bengals lost running back Jeremy Hill to a season-ending ankle injury. Rookie Joe Mixon and Giovani Bernard have struggled to gain yardage on a consistent basis behind a line that has trouble opening holes as well as protecting Dalton.

"What's really been the problem is losing on first down, getting negative plays on first down," Bengals receiver Brandon LaFell said.

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said he is not expecting any additional breathing room for the Cincinnati offense against Denver's defense, which has been battered in lopsided losses the past two games.

"I don't know if there's been a whole lot different," Lewis said. "Even in the game on Sunday, New England made a couple plays, but they had a hard way most of the game. And Philly made a couple plays, and that's the difference: Right now, teams are getting some different types of plays on them, but (on) the consistent down-to-down, they're very ferocious."

Denver was hit hard by special teams miscues against the Patriots, surrendering a kickoff return for a touchdown and muffing a punt that led to another TD. Joseph said Jordan Taylor would replace Isaiah McKenzie as the punt returner against the Bengals.

On the injury front, Osweiler was expected to start at quarterback for the Broncos despite practicing in limited fashion Wednesday due to shoulder soreness. Paxton Lynch, who hasn't played this season because of a shoulder injury suffered in the preseason, was taking practice snaps as Denver's No. 2 quarterback this week ahead of Trevor Siemian.

Depth at tight end could be an issue for the Broncos on Sunday. A.J. Derby (shoulder) and Jeff Heuerman (knee) missed practice time in the days before the Bengals game.

For Cincinnati, cornerbacks William Jackson III (toe) and Adam "Pacman" Jones (concussion) missed practice earlier in the week. LaFell was held out of practice because of a knee injury.

Last Updated: 11/19/2018 8:25:34 AM EST

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