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SERIES RECORD Jets lead series 3 2STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES Jets are 3 0 against NFC South. . QB Geno Smith set Jets franchise rookie record for yards passing in season with 2,475. . Jets are 4 0 when Smith has QB rating of 80 or better. . WR Jeremy Kerley leads Jets with 388 yards receiving on 32 receptions. . OT D Ferguson has started all 125 consecutive regular season games since joining NFL. . DE Muhammad Wilkerson has career high 10 sacks. . LB Calvin Pace has career high eight sacks. . S Ed Reed has 62 career interceptions, most among active players. . K Nick Folk is 28 of 29 on field goal attempts. . Jets are 1 5 away from home. . Jets are 4 0 when scoring on first possession. . Panthers QB Cam Newton is only player in NFL history with 10,000 yards passing, 50 touchdowns passing, 1,000 yards rushing, and 25 touchdowns rushing in first three seasons. . TE Greg Olsen has six TDs receiving in past seven games vs. AFC opponents. . DE Greg Hardy has 16 sacks in past 22 games. . Panthers fourth in NFL in third down efficiency at 45.7 percent. . Carolina has converted 8 of 9 fourth and 1 attempts since Week 3. . Panthers defense has allowed fewest points per game (14.5) and touchdowns (16) in NFL. . Panthers have 26 takeaways, fourth most in NFL. . K Graham Gano is 6 of 6 on field goals of 50 yards or more. . Gano touchback percentage (78.1) is best mark in NFL.
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Last week I went 4 2 and Hit my Lock of the week. So far on the season I 33 24 3 and 6 5 in my Locks of the week.
CONN CRETE LOCK Broncos As soon as I saw the line, I knew who my lock of the week was going to be. The Bronco are favored by 9.5 The largest spread a team that undefeated has been an underdog this late in the season. The Broncos are 4th in run defense, and the Chiefs offense is predicated off of the run. I know the Ravens have been a bad road team, but I think they can run and throw on this Bears defense. Flacco and Ray Rice both have a big game this weekend.
Steelers I think the Steelers will put up a bunch of points on the Lions secondary. I see Big Ben making Big Plays this weekend. The Lions are on a back to back road trip and they are not a good road team in my opinion. Having the Steelers in a pickem type game take the home team.
49ers The 49ers are a 3.5 point underdog in a must win situation. The Saints are undefeated at home but i like taking a good team getting more than 3 points. This isn the Cowboys defense that the Saints are playing and i believe the 49ers can get stops.
Texans I like the Texans to get a win here. They are playing against one of the worst pass defenses in the league. Right now it looks like Matt Mcgloin will get the start at QB for the Raiders. I believe the Texans pass rush will give him fits and Case Keenum will make some big plays in the Passing game.
Looking at how the Ravens and Packers match up for Sunday's game
October 11, 2013By Jeff Zrebiec ramsauthenticofficial.com/Michael_Sam_Jersey_Rams The Baltimore Sun
RAVENS PASSING GAME: In the Ravens three wins, quarterback Joe Flacco has been more game manager than prolific passer, averaging 217 passing yards and throwing for one touchdown. Help for Flacco should be on the way with Eugene Monroe insertion into the starting lineup at left tackle and the potential return of wide receivers Jacoby Jones and Marlon Brown. The one constant for Flacco has been Torrey Smith who is third in the NFL with 556 receiving yards. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers is a master of getting the ball out quickly and putting it only where his receivers can get it. Wide receivers Jordy Nelson, James Jones and Randall Cobb have combined for 67 catches for 1,035 yards and seven touchdowns. If there is a weakness here, Rodgers has been sacked 11 times. That bodes well for the Ravens.
RAVENS RUNNING GAME: It constituted a major breakthrough for the Ravens when they rushed for 100 yards and two touchdowns in the second half of last week narrow win over the Miami Dolphins. Still, they averaged just 3.3 yards per carry and they rank 20th in the NFL in yards per game (77.8) and 31st in yards per attempt (2.7). They are fifth in the NFL in average rushing yards per game (141.0) and second in yards per attempt (5.3). They rushed for at least 135 rushing yards in three straight games for the first time since 2006. They then went out last Sunday and held the Dolphins to just 22 yards on 11 carries. The Ravens have held teams to 89.8 rushing yards per game, the sixth lowest total in the NFL. Known for his pass rushing ability, linebacker Terrell Suggs may be playing the best run defense of his career. Raji (337 pounds) and Johnny Jolly (325) at defensive ends and Ryan Pickett (340) at nose tackle. Hawk. Starting middle linebacker Brad Jones (hamstring) has been ruled out.
RAVENS PASS DEFENSE: The Ravens ability to generate a pass rush with their front four, which would allow them to drop more men in coverage, may be the key to the game. That been a strength so far as they are second in the league with 19 sacks. The Ravens are allowing 245.6 yards per game passing, ranking them in the middle of the pack. The Packers have allowed 288.8 passing yards per game, which ranks 26th in NFL, and now they be without their top pass rusher, Clay Matthews, for the foreseeable future because of a broken thumb. His absence leaves 2012 first round pick Nick Perry and Mike Neal as Green Bays primary two edge rushers. Both corners Tramon Williams and Sam Shields have good ball skills.
RAVENS SPECIAL TEAMS: The Ravens special teams are coming off an uneven performance. Against the Dolphins, Justin Tucker hit all four of his field goal attempts, including the 44 yard game winner. Deonte Thompson and Tandon Doss had a few solid returns but the Ravens cost themselves field position with a couple of dumb penalties and punter Sam Koch averaged just 34.2 yards on five punts. The Ravens have rendered opposing returners non factors, relying on Tucker strong leg and Koch directional punting.
Jay Cutler's foot in cast as precaution
Quarterback Jay Cutler was ruled out for Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens a few days ago, but he now is wearing a hard cast on his left foot because of his high ankle sprain.
Coach Marc Trestman said Thursday that Cutler is still week to week.
"[The hard cast] is just precautionary," Trestman said. "It's just to stabilize the ankle. I don't know much more about it than that. The doctors and the trainers Tre Mason Jersey talk about just making sure that it's stabilized.
"It wasn't swollen right after the game. It was swollen certainly on Monday. And they just wanted to make sure that it was stabilized, and that's really the only thing I know about it at this time."
Cuter rolled his left ankle in the second quarter against the Detroit Lions on Sunday. The Bears have maintained that his ankle injury is separate from the groin tear he suffered Oct. 20 against the Redskins.
While Cutler's groin injury certainly limited him against the Lions, the high ankle sprain is what has kept him out this week, as seen in the cast, which is a common treatment for the injury.
"If the ankle injury hadn't been an issue, there's no indication that Jay wouldn't have started and played this week," Trestman said earlier this week.
At practice on Thursday, Cutler was active, catching passes from quarterbacks Josh McCown and Jordan Palmer during individual drills. In another drill, Cutler tried to dislodge the ball from their grasps with a padded bat during their dropbacks.