After a loss to the Indianapolis Colts, the Seattle Seahawks welcome in the Tennessee Titans in Week 6. Seattle’s loss to the Colts dropped them from the remaining unbeaten teams in the NFL, but they still hold a one-game lead in the NFC West. They’ll return home after two less than impressive outings on the road, and fans are eagerly awaiting to watch their team play. Seahawks tickets for this matchup are averaging $286, with a get-in price of $128. This game’s average ticket is 4% below the average Seahawks home game and has dropped 4% in the last week, so despite the less than glamorous matchup against an out-of-conference opponent, Seattle fans are paying up.
Despite the loss, the Seahawks outgained the Colts in yards 423-317, mostly due to quarterback Russell Wilson. Wilson threw for 210 yards and also ran for 102 yards on 13 attempts. Running back Marshawn Lynch also rushed for 102 yards, his first 100 yard rushing game of the season. At 4-1, Seattle is still one of the most dominant teams in the league, ranking seventh in points scored, sixth in points allowed and fifth in point differential. The Seahawks haven’t lost at home since Week 16 of 2011 and will try to continue that streak this week against the Titans.