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PFT Matt Ryan Interview "Anybody but the Saints"

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5 hours ago, Ergo Proxy said:

I’m on board for everyone being open and the run game being good and the OL being healthy all next year. :tiphat:

In all seriousness, Matt looks chomping at the bit to work with Dirk again.

agreed. and if you go back and look at the games from this season, the offensive line is already better by him being an experienced NFL play-caller and knowing how to scheme to attack defenses and knowing how to use Matt. the offensive line gave up 28 sacks total, the rest were coverage sacks and mostly from inexperience. plus Dirk always gave Matt free rein to go no huddle when he felt like he had the defense at a disadvantage. 

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4 hours ago, Falcanuck said:

Matt Ryan is a model human being in every **** aspect. My hero

Yeah he's gotta have some dirty, dark secret somewhere right? He's been in Atlanta for what? The past whatever years. You can't tell me he hasn't hit a black chick or two in his entire time here. I just wouldn't believe it. :lol:

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8 hours ago, ParanoidAndroid said:

Haha. Matty mentioned Karma and the football gods being a factor.1enDWrjF0g 

You know Mike Florio was over there seething underneath.   Just wait for some scathing crap on Ryan this year.  

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4 hours ago, raysnill1 said:

agreed. and if you go back and look at the games from this season, the offensive line is already better by him being an experienced NFL play-caller and knowing how to scheme to attack defenses and knowing how to use Matt. the offensive line gave up 28 sacks total, the rest were coverage sacks and mostly from inexperience. plus Dirk always gave Matt free rein to go no huddle when he felt like he had the defense at a disadvantage. 

This ^^^ alll day.   We all know Matt is at his best after a few plays and then going up tempo.  Dirk also allowed Matt free reign to call his own play or change it.  That could a good thing or bad thing and here’s why.  Shanny was so good schematically there was no need for changing the play (Matt didn’t have to think much).  Either way I’m happy that we will see more UPTEMPO with Dirk and Matt.

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4 hours ago, raysnill1 said:

agreed. and if you go back and look at the games from this season, the offensive line is already better by him being an experienced NFL play-caller and knowing how to scheme to attack defenses and knowing how to use Matt. the offensive line gave up 28 sacks total, the rest were coverage sacks and mostly from inexperience. plus Dirk always gave Matt free rein to go no huddle when he felt like he had the defense at a disadvantage. 

 

10 minutes ago, KCFalcon22 said:

This ^^^ alll day.   We all know Matt is at his best after a few plays and then going up tempo.  Dirk also allowed Matt free reign to call his own play or change it.  That could a good thing or bad thing and here’s why.  Shanny was so good schematically there was no need for changing the play (Matt didn’t have to think much).  Either way I’m happy that we will see more UPTEMPO with Dirk and Matt.

But the greatest game I ever saw Matt Ryan play no huddle or muddle huddle almost the entire game was before Koetter - against the Ravens - who's defense was awesome that year - on a Thursday night under Mularkey.  

Ryan was a freakin' surgeon that night against a lethal defense.   It was probably one of the most impressive games I've seen by him.   I walked out of that stadium pumped up to high heaven - and while the Ravens fans were in shock - I was just in awe!

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4 hours ago, Hurry_Up_And_Buy said:

Yeah he's gotta have some dirty, dark secret somewhere right? He's been in Atlanta for what? The past whatever years. You can't tell me he hasn't hit a black chick or two in his entire time here. I just wouldn't believe it. :lol:

He’s an Irish dude from Philly who went to school in Boston. He’s definitely been in some bar fights in his younger years. 

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11 minutes ago, BCEagleATLFalcon said:

This is the closest Matt Ryan has ever come to expressing an actual OPINION in an interview. He hates the Saints as much as we do. Love it. Lol.

Did you watch the video in the thread I posted from the Golic & Wingo podcast?   It was awesome - and he let it show there for sure!

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22 minutes ago, BCEagleATLFalcon said:

This is the closest Matt Ryan has ever come to expressing an actual OPINION in an interview. He hates the Saints as much as we do. Love it. Lol.

 

11 minutes ago, Tandy said:

Did you watch the video in the thread I posted from the Golic & Wingo podcast?   It was awesome - and he let it show there for sure!

The interview with Ryan starts about 42:36 or so - and then about 49:00 or so he starts talking about the Saints and it's awsome - actually - the whole interview is excellent - and he really opens up - I love the part about the saints fan - and the Oline.

 

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9 hours ago, ParanoidAndroid said:

Haha. Matty mentioned Karma and the football gods being a factor.1enDWrjF0g 

He basically said they deserved that sheet.  If you want to take it that way. In all fairness Goff outplayed Brees and he did it on the road in NO in the championship game. I don’t know if he is getting enough credit for that. I don’t know if I’ve ever witnessed a louder or more hostile environment to try and play in. 

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On 2/1/2019 at 8:26 AM, falconfreak1 said:

He basically said they deserved that sheet.  If you want to take it that way. In all fairness Goff outplayed Brees and he did it on the road in NO in the championship game. I don’t know if he is getting enough credit for that. I don’t know if I’ve ever witnessed a louder or more hostile environment to try and play in. 

Minnesota in the 1998 NFCCG

Falcons had no false starts in that loud stadium on the silent snap count. Best coaching job Reeves ever did.

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12 minutes ago, WhenFalconsWin said:

Minnesota in the 1998 NFCCG

Falcons had no false starts in that loud stadium on the silent snp count. Best coaching job Reeves ever did.

I was at that game - and I was at the playoff game in Arizona Ryan's rookie year - and I believe it was louder in Arizona - it was ear splitting.

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1 hour ago, 1989Fan said:

“Sometimes Karma or the Football Gods find you”

-Matt Ryan in the Saints no call. Love it.

Because he knows firsthand how many bogus flags and no calls he's experienced in New Orleans. 

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Part of the script. The nfl is even more popular with its WWE storylines...

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1 hour ago, WhenFalconsWin said:

Minnesota in the 1998 NFCCG

Falcons had no false starts in that loud stadium on the silent snp count. Best coaching job Reeves ever did.

Amen, and that was back when the silent snap was kind of a new thing.  It wasn't used nearly as much as it is today. 

Remember when home teams would get penalized if the visiting quarterback couldn't call the signals loud enough?  lol

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2 hours ago, BCEagleATLFalcon said:

This is the closest Matt Ryan has ever come to expressing an actual OPINION in an interview. He hates the Saints as much as we do. Love it. Lol.

"Didn't see that one". Gotta love it.

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