The Atlanta Falcons have started to find a rhythm in the second half of their game against the Seattle Seahawks. With just three points in the first half, the Falcons came out of the break and made an immediate statement, driving 75 yards for a touchdown.
Then, on their next drive, they once again marched down the field. Eight plays and 79 yards later, the Falcons were in the end zone once again. This time, it was courtesy of free agent acquisition Mohamed Sanu.
The touchdown tied the game at 17 with 6:16 left in the third quarter.