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NFL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 11/10/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




SEATTLE (8 - 1) at ATLANTA (2 - 6)
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Week 10 Sunday, 11/10/2013 1:00 PM
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SEATTLE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games8-1+4.55-46-325.810.2347.8(5.9)1.716.69.8294.9(4.9)2.3
Road Games4-1+2.53-23-222.29.8308.4(5.7)1.418.411.4321.8(5)2.2
Last 3 Games3-0+21-22-125.010.3298.0(5.8)1.718.311.3307.7(4.8)1.3
Dome Games2-1+0.51-22-125.314.3300.7(5.7)1.321.710.0296.7(4.7)2.0
SEATTLE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)25.810.219.930:3932-147(4.6)17-2763.2%201(7.6)59-348(5.9)(13.5)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.511.219.430:5627-114(4.2)21-3362.2%223(6.7)61-337(5.6)(15)
Offense Road Games22.29.816.428:3527-129(4.7)16-2759.7%179(6.7)54-308(5.7)(13.9)
Defense (All Games)16.69.819.631:2527-115(4.2)19-3358.8%180(5.5)60-295(4.9)(17.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.20.710.319.430:2627-112(4.1)20-3459.6%215(6.3)61-327(5.3)(15.8)
Defense Road Games18.411.422.033:4529-123(4.3)22-3561.0%199(5.6)64-322(5)(17.5)
SEATTLE - 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) 14-538.5%1-042.9%2-63(25.7)1-2(1.9)6-61
Opponents Avg. Stats For1.10.51.7 14-537.4%1-147.6%2-54(24)13-2(6.2)6-56
Stats Against (Road Games) 14-640.6%1-033.3%2-59(24.7)1-4(2.6)5-48

ATLANTA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games2-6-7.92-65-322.013.0353.6(5.9)1.927.212.2364.9(6.1)1.0
Home Games2-2-3.92-24-028.216.2376.0(6.3)0.726.710.0373.5(6)0.5
Last 3 Games1-2-11-21-218.013.3290.7(5.3)
Dome Games2-4-5.92-44-223.813.5360.5(5.9)1.526.212.3376.8(6.3)0.7
ATLANTA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.21.310.819.630:4426-105(4)22-3661.4%236(6.6)62-341(5.5)(16)
Offense Home Games28.216.221.529:1918-44(2.5)31-4273.4%332(7.9)60-376(6.3)(13.3)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.21.911.519.731:4727-108(4)21-3660.2%226(6.3)62-333(5.3)(15.2)
Defense Home Games26.710.020.730:4125-107(4.3)23-3762.7%266(7.1)62-373(6)(14)
ATLANTA - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against1.
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 13-645.8%1-175.0%1-26(25.7)2-12(6.1)6-51
Opponents Avg. Stats For1.10.51.7 14-537.5%1-042.7%2-46(22.9)16-2(7.6)6-53
Stats Against (Home Games) 14-643.1%1-183.3%1-34(27)2-15(6.9)8-68
Average power rating of opponents played: SEATTLE 18.3,  ATLANTA 20.4
SEATTLE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/15/2013SAN FRANCISCO29-3W-5W31O47-1728-19-118120-10013-28-1075
9/29/2013@ HOUSTON23-20W-1.5W41O30-17912-23-91235-15131-49-3253
10/6/2013@ INDIANAPOLIS28-34L-3L43.5O34-21815-31-205229-10916-29-2082
10/17/2013@ ARIZONA34-22W-5W41O32-13518-29-209218-3030-45-2042
10/28/2013@ ST LOUIS14-9W-13L43U15-4410-18-91037-20015-31-1392
11/3/2013TAMPA BAY27-24W-16L40O35-19819-26-217338-20518-24-1450
11/10/2013@ ATLANTA            
12/2/2013NEW ORLEANS            
12/8/2013@ SAN FRANCISCO            

ATLANTA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/15/2013ST LOUIS31-24W-4W48O16-3633-43-357018-6932-55-3521
9/22/2013@ MIAMI23-27L3L45O30-14623-38-231215-9024-35-1952
9/29/2013NEW ENGLAND23-30L-3L49.5O15-5834-54-399131-13220-31-3160
10/7/2013NY JETS28-30L-9.5L45O22-6437-46-299122-11816-20-1700
10/20/2013TAMPA BAY31-23W-6.5W43.5O18-1820-26-273128-11126-44-2261
10/27/2013@ ARIZONA13-27L2.5L44.5U14-2734-61-265430-20113-18-1471
11/3/2013@ CAROLINA10-34L8.5L47U20-7820-27-211433-13123-37-2422
11/17/2013@ TAMPA BAY            
11/21/2013NEW ORLEANS            
12/8/2013@ GREEN BAY            
SEATTLE: The Seahawks were the most run-heavy team in the NFL last year, and they'll be up there again this season. They have big, physical linemen who operate a zone-blocking scheme with a lot of inside zone runs by Marshawn Lynch. Lynch remains the feature back, running behind fullback Michael Robinson. Rookie Christine Michael could push Robert Turbin for the No. 2 job. They don't have many designed running plays for Russell Wilson, but he does have the neon green light to scramble. Offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell's West Coast passing game took off in the second half of last season, and they'll get even more creative with Percy Harvin, the league's most dangerous catch-and-run threat. Harvin will line up everywhere, including the backfield, and see a lot of screens and be targeted frequently on rollouts. Wilson's pocket moves around, and they'll use play-action to open things up deep for Sidney Rice and Golden Tate. Zach Miller is a popular play-action target but will see fewer targets with Harvin coming in. They rarely use their backs as receivers. Seattle gets more aggressive with the passing game inside the 20, with Rice being the primary target and both tight ends (Miller and Anthony McCoy) involved. Otherwise, it's a whole lot of Lynch. The Seahawks led the NFL in scoring defense in 2012 (15.3 PPG allowed), and generated 15 forced turnovers and five touchdowns in their final six games. Their subpar pass rush should improve greatly under new defensive coordinator Dan Quinn, who has several DE/OLB types to run his more aggressive scheme, including former Lions DE Cliff Avril (29 sacks since 2010). New CB Antoine Winfield (72 solo tackles) joins a stacked secondary that already includes CB Richard Sherman (8 INT) and FS Earl Thomas (3 INT).
ATLANTA: Atlanta finally transitioned to a pass-first offense in offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter's first year, though with new No. 1 back Steven Jackson replacing over-the-hill Michael Turner, they at least have the threat of a running game now. Koetter brought in more zone looks, and they should continue to move away from the man blocking of past regimes. Jackson can play three downs, but they may be careful with his workload to keep him fresh for the playoffs. They trust No. 2 back Jacquizz Rodgers in the passing game and on some runs out of spread looks, and they'll rotate Jason Snelling in as well. The biggest addition Koetter made to the passing game was more bubble screens, which proved to be one of their best weapons. They use a lot of motion to create mismatches and effectively use bunch formations for added confusion. Roddy White remains Matt Ryan's favorite target, while Julio Jones is frequently used either downfield, or on those bubble screens. Ryan's second look is usually for TE Tony Gonzalez up the seam. Atlanta gets more balanced in the red zone, and that should hold true with Jackson replacing Turner as the red zone and goal line back. The Falcons are hoping disgruntled DE Osi Umenyiora seriously helps a pass rush that totaled nine sacks in the second half of the year. Atlanta ranked 24th in yards allowed last season (366 YPG), but forced 31 turnovers (T-4th in NFL), including a dozen in the final five games. Atlanta departed with veteran DE John Abraham and CBs Brent Grimes and Dunta Robinson, but the secondary is still loaded with FS Thomas DeCoud (6 INT), CB Asante Samuel (5 INT) and rookie CB Desmond Trufant. The front seven has questions, but both top tacklers, LBs Sean Weatherspoon and Stephen Nicholas, are now healthy.
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(UPDATES with Unger out)

*Seahawks-Falcons Preview* ==========================


A dramatic field goal for the Atlanta Falcons ousted the Seattle Seahawks from the playoffs last season. Matt Ryan's recent play is a big reason why the potential for a postseason rematch is unlikely.

The Seahawks return to the Georgia Dome on Sunday looking to gain a measure of revenge and capitalize on Ryan's struggles while seriously damaging what's left of the Falcons' playoff hopes.

Seattle (8-1) seemed headed for the NFC championship game when Marshawn Lynch scored with 31 seconds left, but Ryan helped Atlanta get in position for Matt Bryant's 49-yard field goal with 8 seconds left to win 30-28.

The Seahawks had put together their own comeback, erasing a 20-point, second-half deficit, but they're looking for a much more complete performance this time.

"Understanding that we gotta come out fast and finish," linebacker Bobby Wagner told the team's official website. "We get another opportunity to play these guys. Last year they kicked us out of the playoffs, so you kinda get an opportunity to pay them back."

Seattle surely seems capable, owning the best record in the NFC behind a defense which ranks second with 296.0 yards allowed per game. The unit is also second in passing yards allowed (179.8) and is tied with Denver for the most interceptions at 13.

That may not bode well for Ryan, who has thrown seven picks and only two touchdowns in back-to-back losses for Atlanta (2-6). However, he's 3-0 against Seattle in his career - including playoffs - with seven scoring passes against three interceptions.

Ryan went 20 of 27 for 219 yards and a touchdown last weekend, but tossed three INTs with one returned for a touchdown in a 34-10 loss at Carolina.

"We've got to take care of the football," coach Mike Smith said. "Possession of the football is nine-tenths of the game. That's what you've got to do when you're on the offensive side of the ball.

"You have to possess the football, and it's not just the responsibility of the quarterback. It's the responsibility of everyone on the offensive side, including the coaches, in terms of making sure we take care of the ball."

Still, much of Atlanta's success rests on Ryan, who has five touchdowns, no interceptions and a 129.3 passer rating in the team's victories. He has 10 scores, 10 picks and an 81.9 rating in the defeats.

That's a key reason why the Falcons have been one of the NFL's biggest disappointments this season.

"I think everybody is disappointed with where we're at, there's no question about it," Ryan said. "I think there were high expectations for our football team coming into the year, but certainly things have not gone as we'd hoped.

"You've got to keep plugging away. You've got to keep working hard and try to find ways to make it better. I think that's what all of us are trying to do."

Ryan could get some help if wide receiver Roddy White is able to return from a knee injury, which has sidelined him for three games.

Production from the running game could also give Atlanta a boost. The Falcons are last in the league, averaging 64.4 yards with three TDs, but the Seahawks have given up at least 200 in each of the past two games.

"We understand that we've been struggling with the run a little bit, and I kind of take that personally because I'm the middle linebacker," Wagner said.

Seattle's ground game has been potent because of Lynch, who is second in the league with 726 yards while gaining 4.3 per carry with seven total touchdowns.

The star back ran for a season-high 125 yards on 21 carries last week, but 44 came on six rushes during a 51-yard drive that set up the winning field goal in a 27-24 overtime win over Tampa Bay.

Lynch, however, could be in for a tough test since center Max Unger (concussion) will be out. The team is already expected to be without tackles Russell Okung (foot) and Breno Giacomini (knee) for at least one more game.

The injuries on the line have likely contributed to Russell Wilson being among the most sacked quarterbacks in the NFL with 27.

Wilson, who was sacked twice by the Falcons in the playoffs, completed 24 of 36 passes for 385 yards with two touchdowns and one interception. He also ran seven times for 60 yards and another score.

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