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NFL : ATS Matchup
Monday 11/20/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore




ATLANTA (5 - 4) at SEATTLE (6 - 3)
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Week 11 Monday, 11/20/2017 8:30 PM
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ATLANTA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-4-103-63-621.912.7368.2(6.2)1.219.910.2311.9(5.2)0.9
Road Games3-2+0.51-42-320.410.6376.8(6.5)
Last 3 Games2-1+0.51-21-223.011.0359.0(6)1.315.712.7280.7(5)1.7
Turf Games1-100-21-116.06.5364.5(6.3)1.021.517.0341.0(5.7)0.5
ATLANTA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)21.912.720.629:0726-117(4.5)22-3366.6%252(7.6)59-368(6.2)(16.8)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.611.22030:0726-110(4.2)22-3464.8%232(6.8)60-342(5.7)(15.1)
Offense Road Games20.410.620.028:5425-106(4.3)22-3366.7%271(8.2)58-377(6.5)(18.5)
Defense (All Games)19.910.219.830:5326-114(4.3)22-3464.1%198(5.9)60-312(5.2)(15.7)
Opponents Offensive Avg.21.810.819.230:0827-110(4.1)21-3463.9%217(6.5)60-327(5.4)(15)
Defense Road Games21.214.220.231:0627-120(4.5)22-3464.9%207(6.1)61-327(5.4)(15.4)
ATLANTA - 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) 13-539.1%1-166.7%2-33(21.3)1-9(6.7)7-56
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.61.4 13-540.4%1-041.4%2-42(22)17-2(8.4)7-57
Stats Against (Road Games) 13-535.8%1-160.0%2-32(20.2)2-12(6.2)6-56

SEATTLE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games6-3+0.93-53-623.48.6368.4(5.8)
Home Games3-1-0.31-32-228.29.7426.2(6.3)1.220.512.2309.5(5.7)1.7
Last 3 Games2-1-1.30-21-225.712.7401.0(6.3)1.023.711.7347.7(5.5)1.7
Turf Games4-1+0.72-32-327.48.4426.0(6.3)1.217.811.2283.0(5.2)1.6
SEATTLE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)23.48.619.730:4526-101(3.8)23-3762.5%268(7.2)64-368(5.8)(15.7)
Opponents Defensive Avg.24.911.920.131:5928-111(4)22-3562.4%246(7.1)63-358(5.7)(14.4)
Offense Home Games28.29.721.532:4730-126(4.3)23-3862.3%300(7.9)67-426(6.3)(15.1)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.21.410.819.130:4326-103(4)21-3561.1%228(6.5)61-332(5.5)(15.5)
Defense Home Games20.512.217.027:1325-112(4.5)18-2960.7%197(6.7)54-309(5.7)(15.1)
SEATTLE - 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) 13-535.5%1-033.3%2-40(18.2)3-21(7.4)7-55
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.61.4 14-537.7%1-044.0%2-40(21.7)15-2(7.4)7-56
Stats Against (Home Games) 12-328.6%0-0100.0%3-66(19)2-18(9.2)6-63
Average power rating of opponents played: ATLANTA 19.4,  SEATTLE 16.8
ATLANTA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/24/2017@ DETROIT30-26W-3W50.5O28-15124-35-277319-7125-45-2530
10/22/2017@ NEW ENGLAND7-23L2.5L56.5U22-12023-33-223036-16221-29-2410
10/29/2017@ NY JETS25-20W-6.5L44O32-14018-29-246222-4326-33-2361
11/5/2017@ CAROLINA17-20L-3L42U18-5324-38-302138-20113-24-1292
11/20/2017@ SEATTLE            
11/26/2017TAMPA BAY            
12/7/2017NEW ORLEANS            
12/18/2017@ TAMPA BAY            

SEATTLE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/24/2017@ TENNESSEE27-33L2.5L41.5O22-6929-49-364035-19520-32-2250
10/8/2017@ LA RAMS16-10W2.5W46.5U25-6224-38-179222-10022-47-2755
10/22/2017@ NY GIANTS24-7W-4W39.5U31-10427-39-321117-4619-39-1311
11/9/2017@ ARIZONA22-16W-6T40U23-7522-32-212024-3424-47-2561
11/26/2017@ SAN FRANCISCO            
12/10/2017@ JACKSONVILLE            
12/17/2017LA RAMS            
ATLANTA: The Falcons lost the league's best offensive coordinator in Kyle Shanahan (now the 49ers' head coach), but MVP QB Matt Ryan still has arguably the league's best WR in Julio Jones, and Atlanta got great production from the rest of their receiving group when Jones drew copious defensive attention. Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman might be the NFL's best RB combo: Both are great receivers, patient runners and homerun threats in the open field. Atlanta's defense improved greatly during the course of 2016. Edge-rusher Vic Beasley led the league in sacks, rookies LB Deion Jones and S Keanu Neal matured quickly, CB Robert Alford established himself as a bona fide No. 1 CB and DT Grady Jarrett was simply dominant in the Super Bowl. Newly-acquired DT Dontari Poe is a space-eating run-stuffer, and elite CB Desmond Trufant is back after missing ten games with a shoulder injury.
SEATTLE: Seattle has a flimsy O-line, but enough skill-position talent to overcome it. QB Russell Wilson has developed solid in-the-pocket skills in a spread passing attack, while maintaining his ability to improvise on the move. WR Doug Baldwin can beat defenders in a number of ways, while TE Jimmy Graham still causes matchup problems. RB Thomas Rawls is a violent runner, while change-of-pace RB C.J. Prosise looked great in limited action as a rookie. The Seahawks gave up the third fewest points and the lowest yards per carry average in the league last season. The Legion of Boom secondary lost a step, as CB Richard Sherman looked less dominant and safeties Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor battled injuries. Up front, DE Michael Bennett is an underappreciated superstar while LBs Bobby Wagner and K.J. Wright are textbook examples of what NFL coaches want from linebackers.
Falcons, Seahawks clash in key Monday night game

The Atlanta Falcons head to Seattle to take on the Seahawks in a key Monday Night Football matchup with NFC playoff implications at stake.

Both teams are coming off wins.

The Falcons (4-5) looked like defending NFC champions by dominating the Dallas Cowboys.

The Seahawks (6-3) played an NFC West opponent, the Arizona Cardinals, last Thursday night and even though the team suffered through major injury losses still found a way to win the game.

Both teams are not only fighting to win their respective divisions but, if not, to at least stay in the wild-card discussion.

For the Seahawks, the 11-day layoff could not come at a better time. In the win over the Cardinals, starting cornerback Richard Sherman was lost to a ruptured Achilles. The injury, which Sherman has been nursing all season, will cost the All-Pro player the rest of the 2017 season.

Sherman was contrite after the game "When it goes, it goes."

This is the second time in back-to-back seasons the Seahawks have lost a member of the Legion of Boom for the year with an injury.

Last year, safety Earl Thomas was shelved after breaking a leg in December. The defense never recovered.

The 2017 version of the Legion of Boom needs to hope that Sherman's replacement, cornerback Jeremy Lane, can at least hold his own versus a dynamic passing attack of the Falcons.

Atlanta wide receiver Julio Jones is fifth in the NFL with 715 receiving yards on 49 receptions. Tight end Austin Hooper and wide receiver Mohamed Sanu both have more than 30 receptions and each has three touchdown grabs.

Quarterback Matt Ryan is eighth in the NFL in passing yards with 2,372. In the win over the Cowboys, Ryan became the fastest quarterback to 40,000 yards passing in league history.

"I've been fortunate to play with a number of great players throughout my 9 1/2 or 10 years here," said Ryan, who was the third player selected in the 2008 draft out of Boston College. "I have been fortunate to be on some really good teams and to be able to stay healthy. I'm proud of that. I hope that there's another 40,000 in there and I can keep playing for a long time."

The Falcons are 11th in the NFL in passing yards per game at 251.6 but balance the air attack out with a solid rushing attack. Atlanta is ranked 13th in the NFL on the ground, rushing for an average of 116.4 yards per game.

But just as Seattle will be without one of its best players, Atlanta will be without one of the best running backs in football, Devonta Freeman.

The former Florida State star will miss the game while trying to pass through the concussion protocol. This is the second concussion Freeman has sustained this season, so the team must be extra cautious with him.

The Falcons will need Tevin Coleman and his 4.8 yards per carry to be the workhorse in Freeman's absent.

Atlanta's offense will be facing one of the stouter defensive units in the NFL. Seattle is ranked seventh in the NFL in only allowing 18.3 points per game. The group is ranked 13th in pass defense (217.9 yards) and ninth against the run (101 yards).

Seattle has a good defensive front, but Atlanta's offensive line played well against Dallas.

"I don't know what they were ranked in the league in terms of sacks, but we knew coming into it that they were going to be a really good pass rush to go up against," Ryan said of Dallas' defense. "I thought our guys did a great job."

Seattle's offense is quarterback Russell Wilson, who is second in the NFL in passing yards (trailing only Tom Brady) with 2,543. Wilson has also has accounted for 20 total touchdowns, 19 coming through the air.

Early in the season, the Seahawks had major blocking issues with the offensive line, so they traded high future draft picks to secure the services of left tackle Duane Brown, formerly of the Houston Texans.

Brown enters the game as questionable with an ankle injury and will be facing defensive end Adrian Clayborn, hot off a six-sack game. Seattle had better hope Brown is healthy enough to contain the red-hot Clayborn.

Clayborn leads a Falcons defense that is very good in their own right. Seattle has not shown much in terms of a rushing attack, which is good for the Falcons.

If the unit has a weakness, stopping the run is the issue. The Falcons give up 113.7 yards per game on the ground, which ranks 19th in the league. But against the pass, the Falcons rank sixth in the NFL, allowing only 198.2 yards through the air.

Atlanta is a top team in overall defense. The Falcons are ranked seventh in total yards allowed per game at 311.9.

Last Updated: 12/15/2018 5:04:41 AM EST

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