Atlanta Falcons vs Seattle Seahawks NFL Schedule Week 6: Odds, Spread, Date, Time, Preview

The Seattle Seahawks host the Atlanta Falcons in Week 6 of the NFL schedule on Sunday, kick off time at 4:25 PM ET, at Century Link Field.

The Atlanta Falcons (4-1) outlasted the Denver Broncos, 23-16, last week in which Matt Ryan threw for 267 ayrds and a touchdown in 15-for-28 passes. Devonta Freeman led in rushing with 88 yards and a touchdown in 23 carries while Tevin Coleman had 31 yards in six catches. Coleman led in receiving with 132 yards and a touchdown in four catches while Mohamed Sanu had 43 yards in three catches.

On the offense, Atlanta is averaging 35.0 points and 457.4 yards per game. On the defense, Atlanta is allowing 28.0 points and 388.8 yards per game against the opponents.

The Seattle Seahawks (3-1) just came from a bye after overpowering the New York Jets, 27-17, in week 4 in which quarterback Russell Wilson threw for 309 yards and three touchdowns in 23-for-32 passes. Christine Michael led in rushign for 58 yards in 18 carries. Jimmy Graham led in receiving with 113 yards in six catches while Doug Baldwin contributed 54 yards in four catches.

On the offense, Seattle is averaging 19.8 points and 357.5 yards per game. On the defensse, Seattle is allowing 13.5 points and 264.0 yards per game against the opponents.

Atlanta Falcons vs Seattle Seahawks game schedule info:

Date: October 16, 2016
Kick off Time: 4:25 PM ET
TV Channel Schedule: Fox
Live Stream: NFL Game Pass
Odds and Point Spread: -6.0 Seattle, 46.0 O/U

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1 Comment

  1. Darla Gatlin Lewis

    October 12, 2016 at 5:00 pm

    This should be an exciting game, but I think the Falcons are capable of winning and they will. The difference maker will be Julio Jones and that running game.