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Picks And Predictions For Week 3 Matchup Against The Atlanta Falcons 

Local and national media members make their picks for our Week 3 matchup against the Falcons.

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Bill Bender of The Sporting News has the Seahawks winning in a slight edge over the Falcons with a final score of 24-21. "The Falcons have two losses by a combined total of five points, and five turnovers in those games is the leading problem. Which quarterback between Geno Smith and Marcus Mariota protects the football better? We'll give the home team a slight advantage."

CBS Sports NFL's Pete Prisco is taking the Seahawks to win 26-20 in Week 3 over the Falcons. "The Falcons will hang around because the Seahawks aren't great on offense, but Seattle will pull away late."

Mike Florio is predicting a victory for the Seahawks in a close 17-14 game over the Falcons. "They're good enough to beat the Falcons at home. If not, Drew Lock time is coming."

Bleacher Report's analysts came up with a consensus that the Falcons will beat the Seahawks 24-21 in Week 3. "Against a lesser team than its last two opponents, Atlanta has a shot to jump into the win column and end a four-game losing streak that dates back to the 2021 campaign."

Will Brinson of CBS Sports NFL has Seahawks winning for the second time at home this season in Week 3 against Atlanta. " I'm going to hope Seattle comes out a little more aggressive a la Week 1 and finds a way to pick up this win."

Tim Crean of ClutchPoints is taking the Falcons to have a commanding 24-12 win over the Seahawks in their week. 3 matchup. "The Atlanta Falcons have played well enough at times over the first two weeks of the NFL season that they deserve a win. The Falcons Week 3 prediction on this front is that they will continue their upward trajectory and get the season's first W on the road in Seattle."

The Seahawks and the Falcons will meet this Sunday at Lumen Field during Week 3 of the 2022 season. Take a look back at photos from past games between the two teams.

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