Winners, losers from Raiders' comeback win over Chargers
Oakland's playoff hopes are very much alive after a rousing come-from-behind victory at home over a maddeningly inconsistent Chargers squad.Winners of two consecutive, Los Angeles needed another victory to remain alive in the playoff race. The Raiders entered Week 10 with a surprising 4-4 record and just a half game behind Kansas City in the loss column.
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A battle is brewing in Texas. It might not be the Alamo, but it’s going to be pretty darn fierce come Thursday evening.
The Indianapolis Colts will head to Houston to take on the Texans on Thursday Night Football in a matchup that will dictate who heads into Week 13 in first place in the AFC South.
Houston is coming off a blowout loss to the Baltimore Ravens while Indy disposed of the Jacksonville Jaguars in similar fashion to pull even in the division.
Winners, losers from Raiders' comeback win over Chargers
It’s in this that we take a look at five burning questions for a huge matchup to get Week 12 around the NFL started.
Can the Texans protect Deshaun Watson?
Watch the clock from the snap until Deshaun Watson was sack-stripped.
He couldn’t find an open WR for a whopping 10.3 seconds. Talk about a coverage sack.
Props to Matt Judon on the play, but also to the secondary. It has been sensational.pic.twitter.com/k7wj6yvvRh
— Sarah Ellison (@sgellison) November 19, 2019
Some of this has to do with Watson’s inability to get rid of the ball in a timely manner. Even then, Houston’s revamped offensive line let the franchise quarterback down in a big way last week.
Watson was sacked a resounding six times by a fierce Ravens defense. The third-year quarterback has now been taken down 32 times in 10 games and has been hit a total of 62 times.
Dolphins cash in on Colts turnovers, earn 2nd straight win
The Miami Dolphins defense made a late stop Sunday to preserve a 16-12 victory over the Indianapolis Colts. The Dolphins (2-7) have won two straight after a miserable start and earned their first win at Lucas Oil Stadium since 2013.BOX SCORE:DOLPHINS 16, COLTS 12Indianapolis (5-4) has lost back-to-back regular-season games for the first time since October 2018. With starting quarterback Jacoby Brissett out because of an injured left knee, the Colts offense sputtered. Indy gained just 300 total yards and Brian Hoyer was picked off three times, with Miami scoring 13 points off those turnovers.
There is some good news on this front. Indianapolis ranks in the middle of the pack with 25 sacks as a team. Having recorded nearly a third of those sacks, the Texans are going to have to account for stud edge rusher Justin Houston.
Now that starting running back and leading rusher Marlon Mack is going to be sidelined for multiples of weeks with a fractured right hand, another player at this position must step up for Indianapolis.
Mack has accounted for 61% of the Colts’ rushing yards on an offense that ranks a surprising No. 4 in the NFL in that category. The next two leading rushers on the team, Nyheim Hines and Jordan Wilkins, have combined for less than 300 yards.
Set to take on a Texans defense that has yielded 4.7 yards per rush on the season, one of these two players must step up in order to provide Jacoby Brissett with the balance he needs on offense.
Colts overpower Jaguars with strong ground game in 33-13 win
The Indianapolis Colts got back on track Sunday with a 33-13 victory over Jacksonville. The Colts (6-4) ended a two-game losing streak and pulled back into a tie with Houston for the AFC South lead.BOX SCORE: COLTS 33, JAGUARS 13Jacksonville (4-6) has lost four of six, this one coming despite the return of starting quarterback Nick Foles. He had missed the previous eight games with a broken left collarbone.And the Colts made it look easy with their tag-team ground game.Marlon Mack carried 14 times for 109 yards and a touchdown before leaving in the third quarter with a hand injury.
Can the Texans find a pass rush?
When J.J. Watt has not been on the field, the Texans have recorded a pass rush win rate of 29%. That would rank 31st in the NFL, only ahead of the Lions.
(ESPN metric, NFL Next Gen Stats data)
— Seth Walder (@SethWalder) November 18, 2019
Houston has struggled big time without J.J. Watt and Jadeveon Clowney in the mix. Its defense heads into Week 12 ranked 26th in the NFL with just 22 sacks in 10 games.
On the other hand, Colts quarterbacks have gone down just 20 times this season. If Brissett has time to pass the ball, injuries in the Colts’ backfield will mean very little in this one.
That’s where linebackers Whitney Mercilus and Brennan Scarlett need to rise to the occassion. They have combined for 10 of the Texans’ 22 sacks this season.
We’ll give Brissett credit for standing in there for Andrew Luck, who abruptly retired during the preseason. He’s been given the keys to the kingdom and has not looked back. The fourth-year signal caller has tossed 15 touchdowns compared to four interceptions in nine games.
After missing out against Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts' backs are against the wall
Losses to the Miami Dolphins, Los Angeles Chargers and Pittsburgh Steelers magnify Thursday night's loss to the Houston Texans.HOUSTON — Frustrated and disappointed, a golden opportunity lost, the Colts find themselves in a familiar place.
At issue here are struggles on the road. Brissett is throwing for an average of just 136.5 yards in four dates away from Indianapolis.
Needless to say, he needs to kick the offense into high gear with Marlon Mack sidelined. The good news here is that Brissett is going up against a makeshift Texans secondary that’s yielded the fourth-most passing yards to go with 22 touchdowns and just five interceptions this season.
Divisional games at this point in the season get testy. That’s magnified when both teams are coming off a short week. We saw this first-hand in last Thursday’s game between the Browns and Steelers. It was among the ugliest moments the NFL world has seen in some time.
While not as heated of a rivalry as that AFC North clash, we’re talking about two teams battling for first place heading into Thanksgiving weekend. The hope here is that things don’t turn ugly in Houston.
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INDIANAPOLIS (6-4) AT HOUSTON (6-4), THUR., 8:20 ET
TV: NFL NETWORK LINE: Houston -3.5What you need to know: In Week 11, the Colts made a loud statement by beating up the Jaguars in QB Nick Foles’ return to the starting lineup. Indianapolis welcomed QB Jacoby Brissett back as well, but he didn’t have to do much; Guard Quenton Nelson and Indy’s offensive line manhandled Jacksonville’s defensive front and paved the way for 264 yards rushing, 227 from Marlon Mack and Jonathan Williams. The more the Colts offense goes through its running backs, the better off it will be. In Week 11, Houston fell victim to the sack bug against Baltimore, with QB Deshaun Watson going down six times. Baltimore relied on a talented secondary to force multiple coverage sacks; Houston must find its form on defense, because Baltimore was the first team to go over 100 yards rushing on the Texans since Week 2. If they can make Indianapolis one-dimensional, they can get revenge for their Week 7 loss to the Colts.On the spot: Colts RB Jordan Wilkins. It appears Wilkins will be healthy enough to go against Houston, which means he should see the bulk of the carries. Texans WR Kenny Stills: Houston’s wide receivers not named DeAndre Hopkins didn’t do enough against Baltimore’s secondary in Week 11, causing multiple coverage sacks. Stills must be a better target for Watson against a steady Colts defense.The pick: Texans 28 Colts 17 Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports
TV: FOX LINE: Philadelphia -2What you need to know: Seattle has QB Russell Wilson to thank for its 8-2 record and status as possible NFC West favorites.The Seahawks defense, despite playing a strong game against San Francisco in Week 10, is mediocre, particularly against the pass. But Wilson’s individual brilliance has masked several areas of weakness. Seattle ranks 22nd in the league in yards per carry allowed, and the Eagles are one of the league’s more committed running teams, despite their struggles against New England in Week 11. Philadelphia did a mostly excellent job against New England, holding Tom Brady to a 67.3 passer rating, his second lowest of the season, and keeping the Patriots running game mostly in check. Philly struggled to get going offensively, but it should find the going easier against Seattle. The game might come down to a quarterback battle, and unfortunately for the Eagles, that would clearly favor the Seahawks, even with the game in Philadelphia. On the spot: Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett. He appears healthy enough to go, which would be a major boost for Seattle. The Eagles are good at pressuring the quarterback, but Lockett and Wilson are excellent in the scramble drill. Wilson has a 136.5 passer rating — that's really good — when targeting Lockett.Eagles CB Rasul Douglas: He has been targeted more than any other Eagles defender, with good reason. He’s allowing a 123.6 passer rating when targeted, and has given up five touchdowns. Count on Wilson picking on him.The pick: Seahawks 26 Eagles 23 Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
TV: FOX LINE: Chicago -6.5What you need to know: The Giants have lost six in a row after a 2-2 start. The offense has failed to top 300 yards in five of the six losses, and the defense has allowed at least 27 points in each game. New York is so bad the idea has been floated to sit RB Saquon Barkley, preserving his health during a lost season. A positive? QB Daniel Jones hasn’t packed it in. He tossed four touchdown passes and no interceptions in Week 10’s otherwise humiliating loss to the Jets. Chicago is reeling after another poor performance by QB Mitchell Trubisky, one that included his curious benching late in the Week 11 loss to the Rams. Head coach Matt Nagy insisted that Trubisky was pulled because of a worsening hip pointer and not ineffectiveness, and reiterated that he is the Bears’ starter. Hmmm. A loss would cripple Chicago's playoff chances.On the spot: Giants C Spencer Pulley. He will start his second consecutive game if normal starter Jon Halapio can’t go; both are bad; per Pro Football Focus. Bears QB Chase Daniel: How much time, if any, Trubisky will miss is up in the air; if he's out, it will be up to Daniel to save the Chicago’s season. Perhaps it should have been his job for several weeks now.The pick: Bears 14 Giants 13 Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports
TV: FOX LINE: Atlanta -4What you need to know: Another week, another atrocious, turnover-filled performance for Jameis Winston. In Week 11, the Bucs’ quarterback threw four more interceptions against New Orleans. Playing with a gimpy ankle, he was harassed all game. Winston’s turnover-prone nature makes Tampa Bay’s strategy curious; the Bucs ran the ball eight times, a franchise low. Two of those runs were scrambles by Winston. Atlanta has suddenly come alive after a 1-7 start, burying the NFC South’s two top teams by a combined 55-12. In Week 11, a defense that couldn’t get a pass rush going or stop anyone racked up five sacks of Carolina's Kyle Allen a week after taking down Drew Brees six times. Atlanta also picked off Allen four times and managed to keep RB Christian McCaffrey out of the end zone despite his 191 yards from scrimmage.On the spot: Buccaneers WR Chris Godwin. After accumulating 662 yards receiving and six touchdowns in his first six games, Godwin has cooled, with just 225 yards and one touchdown since.Falcons QB Matt Ryan: Tampa Bay’s run defense is tops in the NFL, so if Atlanta is going to stretch its winning streak to three, it will have to pass well.The pick: Falcons 31 Buccaneers 20 Jonathan Dyer-USA TODAY Sports
TV: FOX LINE: Detroit -3.5What you need to know: In Week 11, Detroit battled Dallas valiantly despite not having QB Matthew Stafford (back), but it fell short. Backup QB Jeff Driskel gives the Lions an extra element in the running game, and Detroit managed to pile up 121 yards on the ground. Detroit held RB Ezekiel Elliott under three yards per carry. The Lions’ major issue is pass defense: Dallas' Dak Prescott threw for 444 yards and three touchdowns. In Week 11, Redskins rookie QB Dwayne Haskins showed signs of life for Washington, though they all came after the Jets had built a 34-3 lead. Still, beggars can’t be choosers, and at least Haskins was able to get his first two career touchdown passes. Can Haskins build chemistry with his former Ohio State teammate, rookie WR Terry McLaurin? They hooked up for a 41-yard connection, an impressive throw on the run by Haskins.On the spot: Lions WR Kenny Golladay. He had just one catch – albeit for 34 yards – despite five targets against the Cowboys. With Driskel under center again, he’ll need his most explosive receiver to make more plays.Redskins QB Dwayne Haskins: His development is paramount, and the next step in his evolution is to make more plays when the defense hasn’t slackened.The pick: Lions 20 Redskins 9 Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports
TV: FOX LINE: Cleveland -10.5What you need to know: Back to the drawing board for head coach Brian Flores and his Dolphins. Miami’s two-week flirtation with competence hit the skids against Buffalo in Week 11. The Dolphins were done in by the same porous defense that has plagued them most of the season. Miami surrendered three touchdown passes to Josh Allen, who also ran for a score. Cleveland must find a way to pick up the pieces ... after a victory. That’s how ugly Myles Garrett’s helmet-wielding attack on Pittsburgh’s Mason Rudolph was in Week 11. The incident obscured an impressive win in which QB Baker Mayfield played a mistake-free, if not particularly efficient, game. The win also featured another solid mix of RBs Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt, who combined for 41 touches for 150 yards. The Browns finally have momentum, but they must find a way to weather the loss of their best defensive player, Garrett, who is suspended for the rest of the season. On the spot: Dolphins DE Taco Charlton. Miami was unable to get much pressure on Allen, only hitting him once. Charlton must lead a pass rush that makes Mayfield uncomfortable.Browns DE Olivier Vernon: With Garrett out, Cleveland needs someone to pick up the pass rushing slack. Vernon is best suited to fill the void, but his biggest problem is availability; he’s questionable with knee injury.The pick: Browns 27 Dolphins 20 Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports
TV: CBS LINE: New Orleans -9.5What you need to know: In Week 11, Carolina delivered a flat effort against the Falcons, and QB Kyle Allen was terrible, throwing four interceptions. Allen was genesis of optimism for Panthers fans after Cam Newton went down with an injury, but he’s thrown three touchdowns and nine interceptions in his past four games, after starting his season without an interception in his first four contests. 10-6 looks like a requirement to make the playoffs in the NFC, so unless Allen turns things around immediately, the Panthers are in trouble. In Week 11, New Orleans got back on track against Tampa Bay, intercepting Jameis Winston four times, its first game with four takeaways all season. Drew Brees was razor-sharp against the Bucs, throwing for 228 yards and three touchdowns.On the spot: Panthers QB Kyle Allen. Against a Saints team that has held four of 10 opponents under 200 yards passing, he could struggle.Saints RB Latavius Murray: Alvin Kamara should get most of the touches, but the Saints could use a strong game from Murray (398 yards rushing) against the physical Panthers. The pick: Saints 28 Panthers 20 Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports
PITTSBURGH (5-5) AT CINCINNATI (0-10), SUNDAY, 1 ET
TV: CBS LINE: Pittsburgh -6.5What you need to know: The ugly late-game brawl with Cleveland cost the Steelers; center Maurkice Pouncey, who came to QB Mason Rudolph's aid, was suspended three games. His absence is significant, but it won’t matter much if Rudolph plays poorly again. He regressed against Cleveland, throwing four interceptions and looking incapable of bringing the Steelers back. RB James Conner and WRs JuJu Smith-Schuster and Diontae Johnson could miss the game with injuries. In Week 11, Cincinnati didn’t quit on Zac Taylor, playing the Raiders tight down to the final minutes in the loss. Rookie QB Ryan Finley struggled mightily, completing just 13 of 31 passes for 115 yards, and though RB Joe Mixon was able to give Cincy a consistent running threat, the Bengals could do little offensively. Cincinnati’s normally putrid defense turned in a valiant effort, forcing two turnovers, but it still gave up nearly 400 yards.On the spot: Steelers WR James Washington. With injuries ravaging their backfield and receiving corps, they need Washington (23 catches for 369 yards) to perform like a star.Bengals RB Joe Mixon: The combination of a ball-hawking Steelers defense and a rookie quarterback could get ugly in a hurry, so Mixon must keep the Bengals in favorable down- and-distance situations for their offense to have a chance.The pick: Steelers 16 Bengals 10 Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports
TV: CBS LINE: Buffalo -4What you need to know: In Week 11, things were going swimmingly for QB Brandon Allen and Denver ... until they weren’t. The Broncos jumped to a 20-0 halftime lead on Minnesota, before the Vikings outscored them 27-3 the rest of the way to secure a stunning comeback win. Denver became the first team since the 2014 Falcons to lose a game after holding a 20-point lead at the half. Allen had a chance to win the game at the end, but missed on three straight passes into the end zone. In Week 11, QB Josh Allen extended his streak of starts without an interception to five, and threw three touchdowns in a rout over the Dolphins. If Allen avoid turnovers, the Bills go from a team most figured wasn’t as good as its record suggested to one that has an interesting mix of strong defense and a dynamic, if somewhat unconventional, quarterback. On the spot: Broncos CB Duke Dawson Jr. He gave up a touchdown in coverage against Minnesota, and his performance has gotten steadily worse as the season has progressed. Dawson’s 122.7 passer rating when targeted is worst of all Denver corners.Bills WR John Brown: Is Brown (56 catches for 817 yards) breaking out? If he is, he would give Buffalo a dimension it has sorely lacked. His chemistry with Allen is apparent, and if they can produce against better competition, the Bills could be dangerous.The pick: Bills 23 Broncos 14 Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports
TV: CBS LINE: Oakland -2.5What you need to know: In Week 11, Oakland grinded out a win over the lowly Bengals. QB Derek Carr threw an interception and Josh Jacobs lost a fumble, but both had plenty of positive moments in the 17-10 win. Jacobs (923 yards on 191 carries) gives the Raiders a dimension they’ve rarely had in recent years: a legit running game. (They rank ninth in the NFL.) The last time Oakland was in the top-10 in rushing yards was its shocking 2016 season, when it finished 12-4. In Week 11, Sam Darnold tossed four touchdowns for the Jets in their rout of Washington; that qualifies as cause for optimism despite the poor quality of competition. New York isn’t going anywhere, but it will have a chance to play spoiler against the Raiders -- and possibly against the Ravens, Steelers and Bills.On the spot: Raiders TE Darren Waller. He hasn’t had a game with more than five catches since October 20th, and doesn’t have a touchdown since October 27. The Raiders have managed to win three of their past four, but they could use more from their breakout tight end (56 catches for 666 yards).Jets S Jamal Adams: He has piled up six sacks in his past three games, a team record for a defensive back. He’s two off the NFL record for sacks for a defensive back (8), set by Arizona’s Adrian Wilson in 2005. The Jets need him to get after Derek Carr to have a good chance at the upset.The pick: Raiders 30 Jets 17 Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports
JACKSONVILLE (4-6) AT TENNESSEE (5-5), SUNDAY, 4:05 ET
TV: CBS LINE: Tennessee -3What you need to know: The Jaguars quickly must figure a way to stop the run. In his return from injury, QB Nick Foles made nice plays with WR D.J. Chark, but the few offensive positives for Jacksonville in Week 11 were negated by the 264 yards rushing it gave up against Indianapolis. A win against the Titans will keep Jacksonville in the playoff race; a loss could end any hope. Tennessee only managed 91 yards rushing against Jacksonville in the teams' first meeting, a 20-7 Jaguars win. But that was a Thursday night game, and the Titans were the road team. They also still had mediocre QB Marcus Mariota as starter. Ryan Tannehill hasn’t been the second coming of John Elway, but he’s much better than Mariota. A heavy dose of RB Derrick Henry (832 yards rushing) will doubtless be in Tennessee’s game plan, and there’s no reason to think Jacksonville will stop him. The Titans have run for 346 yards over their past two games.On the spot: Jaguars LB Najee Goode. Goode earned a 28.7 run defense grade last week from Pro Football Focus, lowest on the team. If he (and Myles Jack) don’t perform much better, the Titans will run all over Jacksonville.Titans RB Derrick Henry: Henry’s first 1,000-yard season would not have been possible without his virtuoso performance against the Jaguars on Dec. 6, 2018. He had 238 yards and four touchdowns on 17 carries. If he does that again, the Jaguars might be out of the race in the AFC South.The pick: Titans 20 Jaguars 19 Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports
DALLAS (6-4) AT NEW ENGLAND (9-1), SUNDAY, 4:25 ET
TV: FOX LINE: New England -6.5What you need to know: In Week 11, Dak Prescott delivered the Cowboys a big win over the Lions without much help on the ground from Ezekiel Elliott (45 yards). Prescott will find the going much tougher against the Patriots, whose secondary put the clamps on the Eagles' Carson Wentz in a Week 11 road win. Challenging any of the Patriots’ corners is a fool’s errand, so the Cowboys should get Elliott going early against a much more vulnerable New England rush defense. New England mostly regained its defensive form against Philadelphia; its win on the road in tough weather conditions is a major positive, but Tom Brady’s play left much to be desired. Since opening the season with seven touchdowns and no interceptions in the first three weeks, Brady has tossed just seven scores against five interceptions in the seven games since. Three of those touchdowns came against the hapless Redskins.On the spot: Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott. He had never been held below 50 yards rushing in consecutive games until his past two. He has only managed 92 yards on 36 carries in those games.Patriots QB Tom Brady: Brady has lamented the state of New England’s offense, but he’s still what makes them go. If he’s unhappy with the Patriots' production, he should look in the mirror. He has three games without a touchdown pass this season. The last time that happened was 2009.The pick: Patriots 27 Cowboys 17 Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports
GREEN BAY (8-2) AT SAN FRANCISCO (9-1), SUNDAY, 8:20 ET
TV: NBC LINE: San Francisco -3What you need to know: The Packers have a chance to wrest control of the NFC’s top seed from the 49ers, whom they will play at the perfect time. The Niners have looked off the past two weeks; if Arizona was more aggressive about using QB Kyler Murray to finish them off in Week 11, San Francisco would be 8-2. RBs Aaron Jones and Jamaal Williams will be pivotal against San Francisco; if they can force the 49ers to bring their safeties closer to the line of scrimmage, QB Aaron Rodgers should have the opportunity for huge shots downfield. In Week 11, San Francisco got a big game out of Jimmy Garoppolo (424 yards passing), but it needs more from WR Tevin Coleman. Green Bay’s rush defense leaves much to be desired, surrendering 4.8 yards per carry, sixth worst in the NFL.On the spot: Packers QB Aaron Rodgers. San Francisco’s only loss came when the opposing quarterback (Seattle's Russell Wilson) thoroughly outplayed Garoppolo. There’s no reason Rodgers can’t do the same thing. 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo: He was good against the Cardinals, but what remains to be seen is whether or not he can win a big showdown against a high-profile quarterback on a very good team. His win against the Rams is his only one against a team with a winning record this season.The pick: Packers 30 49ers 20 Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports
TV: ESPN LINE: Baltimore -3What you need to know: The Ravens' top-ranked running game gets another test. In Week 11, L.A. held the Bears to 74 yards rushing on 24 carries, a 3.1 yards-per-carry average. Only the Jets have allowed fewer yards per carry on average than the Rams this season, so QB Lamar Jackson and the Ravens must figure a way to solve what Los Angeles does well. Advice: Keep DT Aaron Donald out of the backfield. The Ravens’ defense continues to be a quiet, developing story. In Week 11, it held Houston to 232 yards and a garbage-time touchdown. Against Chicago, Los Angeles got surprisingly good play from Bobby Evans and David Edwards, a pair of rookie offensive linemen. Evans held Khalil Mack without a sack, and both were part of an effort that helped RB Todd Gurley get 97 yards on the ground. The Rams can’t afford to trade touchdowns with Baltimore, so they will lean on coordinator Wade Phillips’ keen defensive mind to slow the Ravens. QB Jared Goff playing like 2018 Jared Goff wouldn’t hurt, either.On the spot: Ravens G Marshal Yanda. He is as steady as ever this season, but he has a tough task against Donald. If Yanda can’t keep Donald out of Baltimore’s backfield, the Rams could steal a victory.Rams RB Todd Gurley: Baltimore is only 20th in the league in yards per carry allowed, at 4.4. Can Gurley make it two big games in a row?The pick: Ravens 24 Rams 13 Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports
Colts' playoff hopes crumble in 31-17 loss to Titans .
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