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I still think he is hurt. Maybe its something he doesnt realize is damaged and it is affecting his mechanics and velocity. Matt normally throws with more velocity and tighter than he is now. It may be permanent damage from the beatings our sorry front office has allowed him to take with these minimum wage olines. Maybe its fixable. Ive seen him over throw wrs on passes like he couldnt even get to julio sunday. Something it wrong.

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Yep. When the play is script to go to a particular WR, instead of finding the open one, then it is simple as saying throw the ball into double and triple coverage, throw the ball low or over the head of the WR to get him to make a play.

Here is a list of all the evidence you have to support that this is the case:

The end.

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More from the AJC: Does Matt Ryan have a left knee injury? Brace just for support?

http://atlantafalcons.blog.ajc.com/2015/11/23/does-matt-ryan-have-a-left-knee-injury-brace-just-for-support/

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112215 ATLANTA: — Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan is wearing a brace on his left leg under his uniform during the second half against the Colts in a football game on Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015, in Atlanta. Curtis Compton / ccompton@ajc.com

FLOWERY BRANCH — A lot of folks have been wondering if Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan is injured.

He has not been listed on the injury report and has denied that he’s playing injured. However, a photo by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Curtis Compton clearly shows that Ryan wore a pretty heavy brace on his left knee against the Colts.

Early in his career, he wore a brace on his left knee for support. Sometimes, he even practiced in the brace. The brace may explain some of his footwork issues and sailing some throws because he can’t plant his left foot.

Perhaps Ryan, who was unavailable to the media on Monday, will address the brace on his radio show on 680 The Fan at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday.

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More from the AJC: Does Matt Ryan have a left knee injury? Brace just for support?

http://atlantafalcons.blog.ajc.com/2015/11/23/does-matt-ryan-have-a-left-knee-injury-brace-just-for-support/

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112215 ATLANTA: — Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan is wearing a brace on his left leg under his uniform during the second half against the Colts in a football game on Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015, in Atlanta. Curtis Compton / ccompton@ajc.com

FLOWERY BRANCH — A lot of folks have been wondering if Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan is injured.

He has not been listed on the injury report and has denied that he’s playing injured. However, a photo by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Curtis Compton clearly shows that Ryan wore a pretty heavy brace on his left knee against the Colts.

Early in his career, he wore a brace on his left knee for support. Sometimes, he even practiced in the brace. The brace may explain some of his footwork issues and sailing some throws because he can’t plant his left foot.

Perhaps Ryan, who was unavailable to the media on Monday, will address the brace on his radio show on 680 The Fan at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday.

He's always worn that brace, even in college.

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I think Ryan is color blind, has a sore knee, spends his off time counting his money, needs corrective lenses to return his 60-60 vision back to 20-20, and has a bad case of tunnel vision. With that said, we need to be searching out a new QB. Ryan has played his best days and will continue to decline.

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