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Matt Ryan Will Go To The Pro Bowl This Year!

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I can see that. 6-10. Pro-bowl as a 5th string altnernative after guys like Wilson drop out to play in SB and some guys are injured.

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Ryan is definitely a pro bowl player, but it's still a popularity contest based on fan votes. It all depends on the campaign. I think well win 11-12 games and Ryan will get the votes. Hoping he can't play cause were in the SB

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Ryan is definitely a pro bowl player, but it's still a popularity contest based on fan votes. It all depends on the campaign. I think well win 11-12 games and Ryan will get the votes. Hoping he can't play cause were in the SB

with just a little better d, the game is on! the sky is the limit. he is just coming into his own.

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I can see that. 6-10. Pro-bowl as a 5th string altnernative after guys like Wilson drop out to play in SB and some guys are injured.

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I could see 5000 yards, and 35 td's , I could be low! just 4 sec. to throw and pocket to step into, lordy/ lordy

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I could see 5000 yards, and 35 td's , I could be low! just 4 sec. to throw and pocket to step into, lordy/ lordy

Can you break down where Ryan throws those 5k yards and 35 TDs to?

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Can you break down where Ryan throws those 5k yards and 35 TDs to?

yea teach you see the big picture now don't you. lost of words finally!

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I could see 5000 yards, and 35 td's , I could be low! just 4 sec. to throw and pocket to step into, lordy/ lordy

I think you're on the low end for TD's. I'm thinking more like 40-45 easy

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I also see Julio, Roddy, S-jax, making the Pro Bowl and at least 2 O-linemen. Of course I'm hoping all will have to decline

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2014 Matt Ryan:

MVP

Pro-Bowl

Defeats Colts in the Superbowl

Superbowl MVP

Signs hundreds of endorsments

Bam! Enough said.

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2014 Matt Ryan:

MVP

Pro-Bowl

Defeats Colts in the Superbowl

Superbowl MVP

Signs hundreds of endorsments

Bam! Enough said.

Don't forget unanimous 1st team all Pro

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with an o-line and his rec. back the sky is the limit!

Is this a fact or an opinion? I want it to be a fact. So, are you clairvoyant?

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2014 Matt Ryan:

MVP

Pro-Bowl

Defeats Colts in the Superbowl

Superbowl MVP

Signs hundreds of endorsments

Bam! Enough said.

Nomak wakes up

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WRs- 3, 800

RBs - 600

TEs - 600

That gets you 5,000.

The way I actually see it

Julio 1300 12 Tds

Roddy 1100 8 tds

HD 400 3 tds

Hester, Johnson, Davis 300 2 tds

Jackson 150

Freeman 150 1 TD

Quizz 300 2 TD

Many will disagree with me about Quizz but he went for over 400 in 12 and over 300 last year. I think he will lose a good chunk of his rushing attempts but the guy can pass block and is a very reliable receiver out of the backfield. His a specialist type player and this will continue to be his specialty.

TEs - 300 5 TDs

So I personally have Matt finishing with 4,000 yards passing 33 TDs.

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http://insider.espn.go.com/blog/nfl/rumors/

MVP upside in Matt Ryan?

By Tom Carpenter | ESPN.com


Only Ryan Tannehill and Joe Flacco were sacked more often than Matt Ryanlast season, and no one was pressured more often. With that in mind, theAtlanta Falcons made some significant changes to their O-line this offseason in order to keep him upright and allow him more time to make sound decisions.

AtlantaFalcons.com's Jay Adams thinks that the sky is the limit this season for Ryan, if the O-line lives up to the hype and his wideouts stay healthy.

"With key additions to the offensive line, like guard Jon Asamoah and first-round tackle Jake Matthews on the right side, and the healthy return of Sam Baker at left tackle, Ryan could have much more time to go through his progressions and find his talented receivers this season," Adams wrote.

"... With all that’s around him on paper right now, it’s not far fetched to believe Ryan should be in the early talk for MVP honors."

ESPN Falcons reporter Vaughn McClure also expects Ryan to be among the top stat-producing quarterbacks this season as he benefits from those aforementioned O-line changes:

mcclure_vaughn_30.jpg

Vaughn McClure

Falcons will thrive by living in the pass

"I expect Ryan to be among the top five quarterbacks in passing yards for a third consecutive season. I just think he will put up those numbers under better circumstances. I expect we'll see more of the Ryan we saw in San Francisco last season, when he carved up the 49ers, completing 37 of 48 passes for 348 yards and two scores. I also expect the Falcons to be among the league's top 10 in scoring, like they were in 2010, 2011 and 2012 (fifth, seventh and seventh, respectively). Last season, they dipped to 20th with an average of 22.1 points per game. Of course, Ryan and the offense have to be smart and take what opposing defenses give them. It's just hard to imagine them running the ball down a team’s throat the entire game. A lot depends on the new-look offensive line. We should get a better feel for the unit during training camp, particularly when the Falcons have their joint practices with the
and the
. But the Falcons didn't sign Jon Asamoah and draft Jake Matthews with the intent of becoming a grind-it-out team. It's about protecting Ryan and giving him adequate time to find his receivers and go deep. And his deep ball has been on point this offseason."
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I can see that. 6-10. Pro-bowl as a 5th string altnernative after guys like Wilson drop out to play in SB and some guys are injured.

I see you are awake too. Good morning sunshine.

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it could happen...I'm hoping we have enough of a run game to deter him putting up gaudy passing stats though.

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http://insider.espn....log/nfl/rumors/

MVP upside in Matt Ryan?

By Tom Carpenter | ESPN.com

Only Ryan Tannehill and Joe Flacco were sacked more often than Matt Ryanlast season, and no one was pressured more often. With that in mind, theAtlanta Falcons made some significant changes to their O-line this offseason in order to keep him upright and allow him more time to make sound decisions.

AtlantaFalcons.com's Jay Adams thinks that the sky is the limit this season for Ryan, if the O-line lives up to the hype and his wideouts stay healthy.

"With key additions to the offensive line, like guard Jon Asamoah and first-round tackle Jake Matthews on the right side, and the healthy return of Sam Baker at left tackle, Ryan could have much more time to go through his progressions and find his talented receivers this season," Adams wrote.

"... With all that’s around him on paper right now, it’s not far fetched to believe Ryan should be in the early talk for MVP honors."

ESPN Falcons reporter Vaughn McClure also expects Ryan to be among the top stat-producing quarterbacks this season as he benefits from those aforementioned O-line changes:

mcclure_vaughn_30.jpg

Vaughn McClure

Falcons will thrive by living in the pass

"I expect Ryan to be among the top five quarterbacks in passing yards for a third consecutive season. I just think he will put up those numbers under better circumstances. I expect we'll
see more of the Ryan we saw in San Francisco last season, when he carved up the 49ers, completing 37 of 48 passes for 348 yards and two scores.
I also expect the Falcons to be among the league's top 10 in scoring, like they were in 2010, 2011 and 2012 (fifth, seventh and seventh, respectively). Last season, they dipped to 20th with an average of 22.1 points per game. Of course, Ryan and the offense have to be smart and take what opposing defenses give them. It's just hard to imagine them running the ball down a team’s throat the entire game. A lot depends on the new-look offensive line. We should get a better feel for the unit during training camp, particularly when the Falcons have their joint practices with the
and the
. But the Falcons didn't sign Jon Asamoah and draft Jake Matthews with the intent of becoming a grind-it-out team. It's about protecting Ryan and giving him adequate time to find his receivers and go deep. And his deep ball has been on point this offseason."

like right here...if our o-line is so revamped, why does Ryan have to throw it 48 times like the 9ers game last year? I want him to be efficient and make big plays...but I don't want the guy always fighting for the #1 spot in attempts.

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