Divisional Round vs. Seattle Seahawks

Playoff Time

The Atlanta Falcons will open up the NFL Playoffs facing off against the Seattle Seahawks for the second time this season. This will be the second meeting between the two franchises in the playoffs – first time was in the NFC Divisional Playoff in 2013, Falcons won 30-28.

All-Time Results vs. Seattle

  • All-time Results: Seattle leads 10-6
  • Playoff Results: Atlanta leads 1-0
  • Current Streak: Seahawks last two
  • Last Playoff Meeting: 2013, Falcons won 30-28 (Atl)

#GADomeMemories

The Falcons last playoff win came against the Seahawks in the Georgia Dome in the 2012 Divisional Round. QB Matt Ryan went 24-of-35 for 250 yards and three touchdowns.

2016 Offensive Rankings

Atlanta scored 540 total points on the season, tying them with the 2000 St. Louis Rams for the eighth most points scored in a season.

2016 Defensive Rankings

The defense recorded 87 passes defensed on the season, which was tied for the fourth most in the NFL this year.

Active Streaks

Offensive Stats

"I’m playing better than I ever have." - Matt Ryan

MVP Candidate

Matt Ryan averaged a career high 9.3 yards per attempt. This total was also the highest mark in the NFL this season.
Ryan also has thrown nine touchdown passes and has a 85.2 passer rating.
Matt Ryan averages 244.4 yards per game in five career games against Seattle.
"It’s not a big game for us. It’s like any other game. We’re just doing what we do. No pressure for us, … We just landed them in the playoffs. It’s another game for me. It’s not I want revenge or anything like that. They’re in the way." - Julio Jones

Jet Jones

Julio Jones averages 101.7 yards per game in the playoffs.
Julio Jones averages 96.3 yards per game for his career, which is first on the NFL’s all-time career receiving yards per game list.

Jones averaged 100.6 yards per game this season, which led the League.

"You're so pleased with him because he's a professional and how he prepares each week. He's consistent." - Keith Armstrong on Matt Bryant

Matt "Money" Bryant

"There is still a lot out there for me. I was happy to lead the league, and I feel like I made a lot of improvement." - Vic Beasley Jr.

Sack Leader

Vic Beasley Jr. finished the season with 15.5 sacks on the season, which led the NFL and was one away from the franchise record.
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