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NFL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 12/10/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore




NY JETS (5 - 7) at DENVER (3 - 9)
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Week 14 Sunday, 12/10/2017 4:05 PM
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123NY JETS40.5-1
NY JETS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-7+07-47-522.211.2329.0(5.5)1.424.09.8353.5(5.7)1.4
Road Games1-4-31-32-317.48.6248.8(4.8)1.825.29.0373.0(5.8)1.4
Last 3 Games1-2-0.51-22-125.011.3384.7(5.6)
Grass Games1-3-21-22-218.79.2257.5(5)1.726.29.5364.2(5.8)1.5
NY JETS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.211.319.930:2627-113(4.2)22-3464.3%230(6.7)61-343(5.6)(15.5)
Offense Road Games17.48.614.627:3120-69(3.5)21-3266.2%180(5.6)52-249(4.8)(14.3)
Defense (All Games)24.09.819.929:1828-120(4.3)20-3459.1%234(6.8)62-353(5.7)(14.7)
Opponents Offensive Avg.211019.430:4926-111(4.2)21-3462.3%223(6.5)61-333(5.5)(15.8)
Defense Road Games25.29.021.632:2932-131(4.1)21-3364.4%242(7.4)64-373(5.8)(14.8)
NY JETS - 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) 14-538.8%1-025.0%2-35(21.9)3-28(10.6)8-62
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.51.5 13-539.0%1-037.3%2-44(22.2)16-2(7.7)7-58
Stats Against (Road Games) 14-747.2%0-050.0%1-30(24.8)3-31(10.5)7-63

DENVER - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-9-152-97-517.27.7315.6(5)
Home Games3-3-82-33-320.810.7348.5(5.2)1.822.013.5270.5(4.8)0.7
Last 3 Games0-3-3.80-31-213.33.3276.7(4.3)2.025.314.3301.7(5.2)1.3
Grass Games3-8-13.42-86-517.37.2311.0(4.9)2.326.315.7297.7(5.2)1.0
DENVER - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)17.27.718.130:3926-108(4.1)21-3757.5%208(5.7)63-316(5)(18.4)
Opponents Defensive Avg.21.410.319.931:3927-116(4.3)22-3563.5%233(6.7)62-349(5.6)(16.3)
Offense Home Games20.810.720.232:3931-123(4)21-3659.1%226(6.3)67-348(5.2)(16.7)
Defense (All Games)26.215.516.929:2127-92(3.4)19-3162.1%204(6.7)58-296(5.1)(11.3)
Opponents Offensive Avg.
Defense Home Games22.013.516.027:2123-71(3.1)21-3363.8%200(6)56-270(4.8)(12.3)
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) 13-430.2%1-033.3%1-31(25.2)2-22(10)6-57
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.51.2 13-539.7%1-042.4%2-41(21.6)16-2(8)7-60
Stats Against (Home Games) 13-429.5%2-130.8%1-31(47)1-8(8)5-47
Average power rating of opponents played: NY JETS 19.3,  DENVER 20.8
NY JETS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/15/2017NEW ENGLAND17-24L9W48.5U24-7431-47-334325-11820-38-2572
10/22/2017@ MIAMI28-31L3T40O22-9217-27-180225-5325-37-3042
11/12/2017@ TAMPA BAY10-15L1L44.5U19-5623-39-219231-9017-34-1811
12/3/2017KANSAS CITY38-31W4W44O49-15726-36-331011-11219-33-3620
12/10/2017@ DENVER            
12/17/2017@ NEW ORLEANS            
12/24/2017LA CHARGERS            
12/31/2017@ NEW ENGLAND            

DENVER - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
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@ OAKLAND14-21L4L41U17-5920-35-160137-10418-24-2441
12/3/2017@ MIAMI9-35L-1.5L41O23-10319-41-167330-14518-32-2223
12/10/2017NY JETS            
12/14/2017@ INDIANAPOLIS            
12/24/2017@ WASHINGTON            
12/31/2017KANSAS CITY            
NY JETS: Whether you call it "rebuilding" or "tanking," the Jets are not setup to succeed on offense this year. QB Josh McCown is a placeholder with an injury history, and QBs Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenberg are far from ready to contribute. The receiving group is a who's-who of players better suited for punt-gunner duties. RBs Bilal Powell and Matt Forte will both get plenty of touches if only to keep the clock moving on the 2017 Jets season. DEs Muhammad Wilkerson and Leonard Williams, both former first-rounders, are capable of pressuring quarterbacks from anywhere in the formation. OLB Sheldon Richardson has elite talent, but can't seem to avoid negative headlines off the field. The Jets nabbed former Dallas CB Morris Claiborne to take over as their top coverage guy, and their first two draft picks, Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye, are expected to be starting safeties.
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.
Broncos bid to snap eight-game slide vs. Jets

One team was supposed to compete for a playoff spot, and one was supposed to be dreadful.

Somewhere along the line, the New York Jets and Denver Broncos got their preseason expectations mixed up.

Denver, which has lost eight in a row after a 3-1 start, welcomes the Jets to Sports Authority Field at Mile High on Sunday.

The Broncos clinched their first losing season since 2010 with a 35-9 loss in Miami last week, and they are very likely to be officially eliminated from postseason contention on Sunday, even if they win.

Oddsmakers set Denver's over/under wins total at eight before this season, but Vance Joseph's first year as head coach hasn't gone as planned. The eight-game skid is the franchise's longest since 1967.

"This has been a tough year. It's not what the Broncos are about," general manager John Elway said Tuesday on Denver radio. "I'm embarrassed about it, the fact that this has happened, and will do my part to hopefully get this thing turned around next year, and the expectations of Broncos fans should be for us to get this turned around."

Denver's main problem has been quarterback play. Trevor Siemian started the team's first seven games before he was benched in favor of retread Brock Osweiler, who endured three games before giving way to 2016 first-round pick Paxton Lynch.

Lynch lasted only until the third quarter against the Raiders before hurting his ankle, forcing a return to Siemian. The three combined for 14 interceptions during the eight-game losing streak (nine for Siemian), and the Broncos are minus-16 in turnover differential this season -- second-worst in the league (Cleveland, minus-19).

Lynch is still not ready to return, so Siemian again wins the war of attrition despite three more interceptions against the Dolphins, including one returned for a touchdown.

"I can't speak to Trevor's confidence," Joseph said earlier this week when announcing Siemian the starter. "I can say he has to play better. Obviously, we had some missed throws (in Miami), and we had some missed reads. ... Trevor, in my opinion, is a confident guy."

Jets quarterback Josh McCown has real reason to be confident. The career journeyman is having a renaissance year at age 38, with 18 touchdown passes and eight interceptions while playing every snap this season for the surprising Jets (5-7).

McCown was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week on Wednesday after throwing for 331 yards and a touchdown, and rushing for two touchdowns in a 38-31 win over the Chiefs. McCown is tied with Cam Newton, Marcus Mariota, Dak Prescott and DeShone Kizer for the most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback this season (five).

New York head coach Todd Bowles called McCown "very effective" earlier this week, adding, "I think he's got to the point where he's smart enough to know and realize his talents of what he can and can't do."

The Jets (5-7) are a longshot for the postseason at two games behind the Baltimore Ravens (7-5) for the second wild-card spot in the AFC with four games to play. Still, New York has already exceeded its preseason expectations, which were 3.5 wins in Vegas.

Of the Jets' seven losses, only one has been by double digits, and they've had a fourth-quarter lead in three others. That said, New York struggles on the road, going 1-4 with the only win coming by three points against winless Cleveland.

Despite that, the Jets are one-point favorites against the Broncos as of Wednesday evening.

"At the end of the day, we're the ones playing, not the people that said we're gonna go 0-16," said Jets defensive tackle Steve McLendon. "But it's not about them. It's completely about everyone in this locker room that's putting on that uniform each and every week to go out there and compete for a win."

Last Updated: 12/9/2018 6:52:58 PM EST

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