Atlanta Falcons vs. Baltimore Ravens: Game time, live stream, TV coverage
The 2-4 Atlanta Falcons will travel on the road to take on the 4-2 Baltimore Ravens in Week 7 action. The Falcons are coming off a 27-13 loss to the Chicago Bears last weekend and have lost three straight games. The Ravens cruised past the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 48-17, last week.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
How to watch
Details for Sunday's game are below:
Kickoff: 1:00 p.m. ET
Live Stream: The game can be streamed live here.
TV Coverage: Fox
Week 6: Ravens 48, Buccaneers 17
Joe Flacco threw five touchdown passes in the first half alone as the Ravens cruised to the easy win. Steve Smith led the way in receiving during the offensive onslaught, catching five balls for 110 yards and a score. Justin Forsett added in 111 yards on 14 carries as the Ravens finished with over 450 yards of offense in the win.
Week 5: Colts 20, Ravens 13
A late Justin Forsett touchdown run moved the Ravens to within 20-13, but they ultimately couldn't pull off the comeback. Joe Flacco threw for 235 yards with no touchdowns and one interception. The Colts defense virtually shut down the Baltimore offense, limited it to 287 total yards in the loss.
Week 4: Ravens 38, Carolina 10
Joe Flacco threw for 327 yards and three touchdowns as the Ravens earned a win over the Panthers. Steve Smith had a big game against his old team, catching seven passes for 139 yards and two touchdowns. The Ravens offense racked up 454 total yards of offense.
Week 3: Ravens 23, Browns 21
Justin Tucker kicked a 32-yard field as time expired to lift the Ravens in Cleveland. Joe Flacco completed 19-of-31 passes for 217 yards, one touchdown and an interception. Steve Smith Sr. caught five passes for 101 yards.
Week 2: Ravens 26, Steelers 6
Joe Flacco threw for 166 yards and two touchdowns to lead Baltimore on Thursday Night Football. Bernard Pierce rushed 22 times for 96 yards and Owen Daniels caught two touchdown passes. The Ravens forced three turnovers and did not give up any turnovers on offense.
Week 1: Bengals 23, Ravens 16
Joe Flacco threw for 345 yards, a touchdown and an interception as part of 423 total yards of Baltimore offense. The Ravens outscored Cincinnati in the second half but weren't able to recover from a 15-0 halftime deficit. Steve Smith Sr. had seven catches for 118 yards, including a touchdown.
Week 6: Bears 27, Falcons 13
The Falcons tied the game at 13 late in the third quarter after a Matt Brown field goal, but two Matt Forte touchdown runs after that led the Bears past the Falcons. Matt Ryan finished with 271 passing yards, but the Falcons rushing offense was abysmal, finishing with just 42 yards on the afternoon.
Week 5: Giants 30, Falcons 20
The Falcons lost their second consecutive game as Eli Manning led the Giants with two touchdown passes. Matt Ryan finished with 316 passing yards. The Falcons, despite the loss, outgained the Giants on offense, 397-317.
Week 4: Vikings 41, Falcons 28
The Atlanta defense allowed the Vikings to rack up 558 yards of total offense. Matt Ryan threw three touchdown passes, but he was picked off twice by the Minnesota defense. The Falcons were 10-of-15 on third-down conversions.
Week 3: Falcons 56, Buccaneers 14
The Falcons raced to a 35-0 halftime lead in a home win over Tampa Bay. Matt Ryan completed 21 of 24 passes for 286 yards and three touchdowns, and he found Julio Jones nine times for 161 yards and two touchdowns. The Falcons gained 488 total yards from scrimmage and also scored touchdowns through an interception return and a punt return, with Devin Hester set an NFL record with his 20th career return touchdown.
Week 2: Bengals 24, Falcons 10
Cincinnati scored 21 unanswered points in the second and third quarters, and that was enough to lift the Bengals to victory. Andy Dalton completed 15 of 23 passes for 252 yards and a touchdown, while Giovanni Bernard gained 90 rushing yards on 27 carries, including a 4-yard touchdown run. Atlanta struggled to protect the ball, committing three turnovers.
Week 1: Falcons 37, Saints 34, OT
The Falcons scored 24 second-half points, including a late touchdown drive to tie the game. In overtime, Atlanta generated a stop against the Saints before kicker Matt Bryant converted the game-winning field goal. Bryant made two field goals of 50-plus yards in the final three minutes of game time, and Matt Ryan threw for a career-high 448 yards through the air while completing 31 of his 43 pass attempts. Julio Jones was Atlanta's leading receiver with seven catches for 116 yards, and the Falcons combined to rush for 123 yards between five ball-carriers.