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Wilson Not Looking Past Falcons Record

Kevin Casey/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- The Seattle Seahawks will look to improve to 9-1 on Sunday when they travel to Atlanta to take on the Falcons (2-6).

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson comes into the game having thrown for 1,845 yards and 15 touchdowns.

"It's gonna be a big challenge.  They've got a great football team in Atlanta," Wilson said.  "Even though they're record doesn't show, they've got great football players.  So we're gonna play our A-plus game."

Seattle is coming off a huge 20-point comeback over the Buccaneers last weekend and Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan knows it's been a tough season for his team.

"I think everybody is disappointed with where we're at, there's no question about it," said Ryan, who threw three interceptions last week against the Panthers. "I think there were high expectations for our football team coming into the year, but certainly things have not gone as we'd hoped."

"You've got to keep plugging away. You've got to keep working hard and try to find ways to make it better. I think that's what all of us are trying to do," Ryan continued.

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