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2 minutes ago, JD dirtybird21 said:

On pace for 5000 yards and only 4 interceptions. Both would be career bests

That's still bugs me in from the '16 season he was so close to 5k yards and they pulled him in the game he could have passed it. 

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Matt's been playing great but until the rest of the team is at his level, it's just going to be another year where Matt inches closer to a gold jacket but sadly a Super Bowl eludes.

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5 hours ago, I Even Bleed Red said:

I wanna see him have a 40+ TD season one time. 

He needs a 5-6 tds game 

We cant FINISH games at ease and you want 5-6 TDS

Im just happy to get W however it comes barring injuries. 

Fusco and Coleman injury worries me.

 

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6 hours ago, Faithful Falcon said:

Ryan currently leads the NFL in passing yards. Good Night Fam.

I thought he should. It was his 4th game in 5 with 350+ yards passing, including 1 400+ yard outing.

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1 hour ago, mattyicefalcon said:

Miss FREEMAN in open space.

I miss any of our backs in open space.  We saw what happens when Teco has space to work.  Free and Ito require less space but with our OL blocking, there's just not a lot of space to get out of the backfield.  Look at what THIS defense did to Saquon.  We never gave him space and gang tackled and he had one good run all night.

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7 hours ago, falcons007 said:

I personally would take the 5-1 win record over Ryan leading the NFL in yards.

Same here. I believe Drew Brees had more passing yards than Matt Ryan in 2016 (regular season) but the Saints still went 7-9 because of their poor defense. That's gonna how we are this year so far. It's a team sport at the end of the day which matters most when it comes to being a contender. 

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He ended the game with what 17 or 18 completions in a row.

That darn bumbling, stumbling, noodle armed Matt.

I want a better record too but the problem isn't Matt.

What happened on that last Giants drive when we really needed a stop????????????????????????

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9 hours ago, falcons007 said:

I personally would take the 5-1 win record over Ryan leading the NFL in yards.

 Well Ryan can't help that. Talk to the trash a** defense.

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6 hours ago, putnam6 said:

What I appreciate is 31 receptions to 10 different receivers, still think thats a good bell weather to wins in the NFL.

9 of the receivers had at least 2 catches as well 

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9 hours ago, me4falcons said:

He could if the OL stop being leaky at the wrong time.

There was a stat during the game that Matt Ryan/Falcons have allowed the most QB pressure in the NFL.

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Falcons cannot run the ball consistently - we had the big Teco run last night and that was about it.   Defense gave up 399yds passing even though much came late.

Matt Ryan has no choice but to play well for this team to be competitive.   Matt can throw for 6,000yds and 40TDs and it won't matter if we cannot get better in other areas.

But yeah - he's playing very well.

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In a year when many QBs in the league are putting up absolutely absurd numbers (Brees 77.3% completion percentage), Ryan is:

1st in passing yards

3rd in pass completions

5th in TDs

3rd in yards per game

4th in ypa

7th in yards per completion

3rd in completion pct

4th in INT rate

Yeah he is having an incredible year. 

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