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Do you guys get the feeling that they are holding back Matt Ryan from slinging the ball? I always felt that the past 3 games. I understand that we have a dominate running back but we have A GREAT QB who can distribute the ball.....I think we should allow me opportunities for him and allow him to throw the ball more often. The Pats could not stop the pass and we should have stuck with it...Not a a overreaction, just a observation

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Yes, I think you're right. Let's put the game on his shoulders and see what he can come up with. The times we did that last year generally worked out very well.

It seems to me that we go with the game plan that was established before the game started, even when there are plays where Ryan can see they've stacked the box against the run or vice versa. Ryan is out there on the field. He is a competitor who will find a way to win. And he is very good at reading defenses. Let him get in a rhythym and find a way to move the chains and win games for us.

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when you have Roddy, Jenkins, and Gonzo, heck even Booker and Finn, at WR you should be throwing more and letting the QB do what he does.

Well said and so true. We are far too conservative. I'm sure most of us feel very confident of having Ryan put the ball in the air 35+ times a game. He knows what he's doing and has great weapons. Our running game is not working right now, so we need to start airing it out and then they will drop back and that should open up the run.

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