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Matt Ryan is ‘the most underrated quarterback in the NFL right now’


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3 minutes ago, nomak said:

Actually Einstein it's the defense that must hold the lead.  Layoff the crack pipe spanky.  

Ok, there are at least 30 NFL QBs that could have put their offense in a position to score 3 more points after having a 28-3 Super Bowl lead late in the 3rd quarter which would have been enough to win the biggest game in the organization's history. Period. (Feel better?)

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9 minutes ago, mvcrook said:

Ok, there are at least 30 NFL QBs that could have put their offense in a position to score 3 more points after having a 28-3 Super Bowl lead late in the 3rd quarter which would have been enough to win the biggest game in the organization's history. Period. (Feel better?)

MR did put us in position to score 3 more points...JJ caught the ball on NE 22 yard line, before the loss of yards on the run play and the holding penalty took us out of FG range.

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Just now, Alomar said:

MR did put us in position to score 3 more points...JJ caught the ball on NE 22 yard line, before the loss of yards on the run play and the holding penalty took us out of FG range.

Maybe he should have put you in position....I don't know....again.

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23 hours ago, JayOzOne said:

I'm hearing more people diss Ryan by saying "he has Julio Jones, so who couldn't be a good QB throwing to that guy?" The same people try to elevate OBJ over Julio by saying "he didn't have Matt Ryan throwing him the ball". If you listen closely, you'll hear what they're really saying: "We don't want to give anybody from Atlanta the credit he deserves for being great."

You should tell those people, I guess Joe Montana wasn't a good QB cause he had Jerry Rice to throw to...

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1 minute ago, Alomar said:

Don't get upset that your narrative got spoiled by facts.  :tiphat:

Fact is, after being up 28-3, Matthew got his offense in scoring position 1 more time, not even the red zone. From late in the third until 00:00 showed on the clock. 1 time. Fact is, that wasn't enough.

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6 minutes ago, Alomar said:

You should tell those people, I guess Joe Montana wasn't a good QB cause he had Jerry Rice to throw to...

Then those people would laugh and say, "Montana was already an established star by the time Rice arrived in 1985. He was a veteran of two Super Bowls, three Pro Bowls and had two world titles and two Super Bowl MVP honors to his credit."

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23 minutes ago, mvcrook said:

Ok, there are at least 30 NFL QBs that could have put their offense in a position to score 3 more points after having a 28-3 Super Bowl lead late in the 3rd quarter which would have been enough to win the biggest game in the organization's history. Period. (Feel better?)

And Matt did that, his coaches and teammates failed him.

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Just now, mvcrook said:

Fact is, after being up 28-3, Matthew got his offense in scoring position 1 more time, not even the red zone. From late in the third until 00:00 showed on the clock. 1 time. Fact is, that wasn't enough.

Those facts are true! You are the one that said "at least 30 NFL QBs that could have put thier offense in a position to score". I just pointing out the fact that he did that. This fact is also true.

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3 minutes ago, Alomar said:

Those facts are true! You are the one that said "at least 30 NFL QBs that could have put thier offense in a position to score". I just pointing out the fact that he did that. This fact is also true.

Should have just ended it there man. He's gonna keep finding a reason to cry. You proved Matt did what he said he needed to do and he changed the argument. Walk away bro.

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1 minute ago, Alomar said:

Shannahan failed him by not calling 3 running plays in a row and kicking a field goal.

Shanahan failed him by not taking the ball out of his hands? Maybe Shanahan, like so many here, believed that Matthew was better than that. 

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16 minutes ago, Yo_Lover said:

Should have just ended it there man. He's gonna keep finding a reason to cry. You proved Matt did what he said he needed to do and he changed the argument. Walk away bro.

Cry? You consider this crying? Sensitive bunch around here. 

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23 hours ago, runshoot said:

Six different starting OGs, no Probowl RB, a RT that fell off a cliff. Yet Matt still put up numbers. And somehow people blame Sark. 

2016 was different, the offense could do no wrong all the time. 2018, the team would always play catchup and Ryan would rack up the stats against soft prevent defenses (protecting their leads).

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2 hours ago, Alomar said:

You should tell those people, I guess Joe Montana wasn't a good QB cause he had Jerry Rice to throw to...

That doesn't work. They cover all angles and ignore logic while doing it. It's a waste of time to have a serious debate with someone who's not serious to begin with.

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