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QB Matt Ryan - Atlanta Falcons

6-4, 228Born: 5-17-1985College: Boston CollegeDrafted: Round 1, pick 3

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WEEKOPPoSNAPCMPATTYDTDINTRSHYDTDFumLPts
17 vs CAR 72 28 45 317 1 0 3 14 0 0 21.25
18 at LAR 73 21 30 218 1 0 6 5 0 0 15.4
19 at PHI 63 22 36 210 1 0 0 0 0 0 14.5

Recent Game Summaries

2017 Week 19 vs PHI (22 / 36 / 210 / 1 / 0 pass, 0 / 0 / 0 rush)

Matt Ryan faced pressure throughout the game and was frequently forced to scramble. His lone touchdown was on a play where he had to improvise out of the pocket and dump the ball off the Devonta Freeman in the end zone. Ryan had the opportunity for another touchdown late, but was unable to connect on two end zone targets to Julio Jones. Jones arguably should have caught both passes, with the last one going threw his hands. Ryan targeted Jones 16 times, and the Philadelphia defense did a good job containing him, while the rest of the receiving corps did little to help Ryan.

2017 Week 18 vs LAR (21 / 30 / 218 / 1 / 0 pass, 6 / 5 / 0 rush)

Ryan wasn't able to get much going early, as the Rams strong rush flushed him from the pocket. He was unable to make big plays downfield with the exception of one extended play, but Ryan was solid in the short game to put together scoring drives, including one long drive in the third quarter to accelerate the outcome of the game. Ryan converted a fourth-down quarterback sneak on the drive. He made an excellent touch throw on the score to Julio Jones to lead him away from coverage. Ryan played more than well enough for the team to win this game,

2017 Week 17 vs CAR (28 / 45 / 317 / 1 / 0 pass, 3 / 14 / 0 rush)

Atlanta got the best of the Panthers defense with routes in the middle of the field and rub routes that created openings on the edges. Ryan showed patience on 3rd and 7 to find Jones on a slant route from a stacked formation. Although the Jones' route didn't come open in the first window of his break, Ryan waited in the pocket long enough to deliver the ball from a tight spot to Jones at the right hash in-stride for a completion of 11 yards and a gain of 15. Ryan completed three third-down passes during this drive - the third of these passes was a swing route to Tevin Coleman working outside a slant route that occupied the outside linebacker and brought Atlanta to the Carolina 19. On the next play, Devonta Freeman got open on a rub route working in conjunction with a shallow crossing route for the touchdown. Once left guard Andy Levitre left the game, Ryan dealt with a lot of pressure. During Atlanta's second series and he was forced to check the ball to his outlet receiver on consecutive passes that led to a punt. Ryan hung a pass up between bracket coverage up the left flat on 3rd and 8 that reached Jones in stride, but the receiver had to work over the safety to make an attempt on the ball and could not pull it down. This led to a second punt in as many series. Atlanta punted a fourth consecutive time in the first half after pressure forced Ryan to climb the pocket on the run and overshoot Sanu on a crossing route. He had to climb or break the pocket against pressure multiple times during this drive, including a scramble up the middle for a first down to the Carolina 11 in the late third quarter. Two plays later, he delivered a beautiful back shoulder throw on a post route to Sanu between two defenders. This was as good of a red zone throw you'd see this year, but the ball hit the ground after contact with the defender. Ryan repeatedly moved around the pocket, finding an open passing lane after avoiding pressure. This put Atlanta into field goal range again, but a dropped pass by Jones and a third-down sack led to a 56-yard field goal to extend the lead to 9.

2017 Week 16 vs NO (22 / 36 / 288 / 1 / 1 pass, 2 / 7 / 0 rush)

He targeted Julio Jones against Marshon Lattimore early in this game, generating two receptions on crossing routes and a defensed pass on an out. Atlanta used Jones in bunch sets frequently enough to keep Lattimore off the receiver. This worked last game and they went back to it early in this one. After multiple penalties during the third drive of the game, Ryan got sacked by Cameron Jordan on 3rd and 30 while climbing the pocket, leading to Atlanta's third punt. He found Jones on a back-shoulder fade from the slot to begin Atlanta's final drive of the half--once again, against Lattimore. However, Jordan hit Ryan during his throw two plays later, which led to a 3rd and 10 throw under pressure to Marvin Hall on the dig. Hall could not extend far enough to control the ball and it wound up landing on Lattimore's backside, which he pulled off his butt to earn the drive-ending interception. The pass was catchable but the ball when through Hall's hands. Jordan sacked Ryan a second time on a 3rd and 2 in the third quarter, beating the right tackle fast enough that Ryan barely finished his drop. Ryan connected with Jones late in the third quarter on an out-and-up against Lattimore for 44 yards.

2017 Week 15 vs TB (17 / 31 / 212 / 1 / 0 pass, 3 / 29 / 0 rush)

While on-target in the short passing game, Ryan was once again inconsistent on vertical targets greater than 25 yards. He found Justin Hardy for 20 yards on a curl route while taking a hit to his chest during the release, giving Hardy room to gain another 7 on the play. He later found Hardy to cap the drive with a seven-yard stop fade for the score against a Buccaneers defense that had only 10 defenders on the field. He also found Jones on a deep curl in an empty middle against a deep safety on a play-action pass from inside its own five. This was the outer limits of his accuracy. He hesitated to target Jones on deep seam route in the second quarter when the receiver had position on the safety, but Ryan wanted an extra second of confirmation. By the team he released the ball, the throw was late and behind Jones, which allowed both the trailing linebacker and safety to close on Jones and break up the play. Ryan later drove Atlanta from inside its own 20 with less than 2 minutes left with several short passes. However, his placement was too high on consecutive passes after getting past midfield, and it led to a punt with 30 seconds left. In the third quarter, Ryan found Jones on a deep crossing route with a perfect throw of at least 45 yards but the ball went through Jones' hands. While Ryan repeatedly avoided pressure and broke the pocket for gains up the left flat, the consistent second-half pressure impacted Ryan as the half progressed. He misfired to an open Hardy near the Tampa three late in the third and it led a 33-yard field goal attempt that the Buccaneers blocked. After Tampa closed the lead to three, Ryan got sacked trying to climb the pocket on 3rd and 9 with 1:24 left, which gave the Buccaneers a final chance to tie the game.

2017 Week 14 vs NO (15 / 27 / 221 / 1 / 3 pass, 3 / 0 / 0 rush)

He began the game throwing slants to Julio Jones, hitting one of them for a 38-yard gain to the Saints' 15. Saints' penalties and Atlanta's ground game did most of the work down the field in this series. He was forced to throw the ball away on a 3rd and 5 from the 10 after Saints coverage did its job, leading to a game-tying field goal. His second completion of the game was another slant off a quick play-fake, finding Mohamed Sanu for a first down to the Atlanta 31 early in the second quarter. On the next play, Ryan found Jones for 22 on a back shoulder fake against Lattimore after working from a tight split to work to the sideline. Ryan delivered an interception because he didn't consider the cornerback's position on Julio Jones when he looked to Jones as his second read. Marshon Lattimore cut off the route and crossed midfield into field goal range, but an illegal formation penalty nullified the field goal and the time run-off meant the game remained tied at the half. Ryan threw two picks in the early second half, including a terrible decision to throw to a covered receiver in the end zone. Ryan recovered on a drive that started late in the third quarter to convert a few big throws in Saints territory, including the game-tying score to Mohamed Sanu. Completions to Sanu and Jones fueled a fourth-quarter field goal drive that ended up being the margin of victory.

2017 Week 13 vs MIN (16 / 29 / 173 / 0 / 0 pass, 1 / 1 / 0 rush)

Ryan got hot during the third drive of the game, finding Julio Jones, Marvin Hall, and Mohamed Sanu on first-down passes for strong gains on an over route, a dig, and a skinny post. Ryan got Atlanta moving on the first drive of the second half, but a third-down throw to a wide-open Mohamed Sanu was too low and the Falcons had to settle for its third field goal of the game to re-take the lead. The Vikings began blitzing Ryan during the first two drives of the second half as a way to counter Ryan throwing successfully on first downs. Ryan forced the ball on consecutive targets, leading to a punt in the middle of the third quarter. After losing the lead in the fourth quarter, Ryan had to force a throw to a covered running back while pressured up the middle. The Vikings collapsed the pocket on the following play and forced Ryan to break the pocket, leading to an Anthony Barr tackle, a 4th and 6, and a punt. Ryan could not find Julio Jones because Xavier Rhodes was too physical for Jones to overcome at the line of scrimmage, and Atlanta did not begin motioning the receiver away from Rhodes' press techniques until late in the game.

2017 Week 12 vs TB (26 / 35 / 317 / 1 / 0 pass, 1 / 1 / 0 rush)

He led the Falcons on a 15-play drive with a mix of runs, bootleg passes, and short and intermediate perimeter passes to Julio Jones, Taylor Gabriel, and Austin Hooper. Tampa Bay blitzed Ryan as the Falcons crossed midfield and forced an errant throw. Double coverage also foiled a deep cross off play action to Julio Jones. Atlanta capped the stalled drive with a 49-yard field goal. Tampa Bay blitzed Ryan again during Atlanta's second series, and he checked down immediately to Austin Hooper on a route well short of the marker and with a target too low for Hooper to catch and run. Hooper dropped the ball and Atlanta punted. He led off the fourth drive with a perfect seven-step drop and throw to Julio Jones on the deep out over the trailing coverage at the right sideline for a first down. Ryan found a wide open Julio Jones on another out route of 25 yards in the middle of the second quarter. He found Jones for another 22 on a sail route late the half. He then hit Hooper, Sanu, and Jones in the middle of the field to set up a half-ending field goal. Ryan led off the second half with a bootleg pass of 23 yards to Jones, a shallow seam route to Sanu for a larger gain after the catch, and a 23-yard catch and run by Austin Hooper. Ryan threw the ball behind Sanu against the blitz on 3rd and 8 late in the third quarter. This was his third bad throw against pressure in this game. After Tampa closed the lead to seven, Ryan fed Jones a crossing route for the receiver's 11th catch and a 44-yard play. However pressure forced Ryan to rush a throw that was shy of his target, Austin Hooper. Atlanta countered the pressure later in the game with a designed sprint and short passes to move up the field.

2017 Week 11 vs SEA (19 / 27 / 195 / 2 / 0 pass, 3 / 12 / 0 rush)

His most impactful throw of the initial drive was an on-target go route to Mohamed Sanu in the end zone. Seattle cornerback Byron Maxwell defended the route by holding Sanu's inside arm. This foul put the ball at the Seahawks' one, and Tevin Coleman capped the drive with a plunge. Hardy caught a low-thrown out on 3rd and 7 to set up a 1st and goal on the second drive. Ryan threw the ball low by design because of the coverage over top. On the next play, he tried to target Marvin Hall from a twin set at the five, but he threw the ball outside of Hall. The ball bounced off Hall into the arms of cornerback Jeremy Lane, who dropped the ball. Two plays later, Ryan found Sanu for a one-hand stab of a fade route in the right corner of the end zone to put Atlanta up 14-0. He later found Sanu for a key third-down conversion during the third drive from a tight pocket. Ryan also avoided pressure later in the game when he broke the pocket for a first down on 3rd and 8 with a 14-yard run up the left flat to reach the Seattle 40. He then hit Jones for a first down on a crossing route with a bootleg left. Ryan finished this drive with a 25-yard throwback to Levine Toilolo on a seam route up the left flat, extending its lead to 11. Late in the game, Ryan took a 3rd and 3 sack from Sheldon Richardson on an inside rush against the right guard Schweitzer. This prevented Atlanta from running out the clock and gave Seattle one last drive that came within about three yards of tying the game.

2017 Week 10 vs DAL (22 / 29 / 215 / 2 / 1 pass, 0 / 0 / 0 rush)

Mohamed Sanu tipped Ryan's first pass after the cornerback hit Sanu from behind on a curl route and Xavier Woods made the interception deep in Atlanta territory. Even so, Ryan was sharp and his timing with his receivers during the first two series - including this play, was a strong. Ryan later overshot a wide-open Marvin Hall on a deep cross to the left sideline during the second series of the game. After that, Ryan and the Falcons stuck to short and intermediate timing routes with greater success - especially with the aid of play-action passing. Ryan took advantage of a 17-yard run by Tevin Coleman to open the 3rd quarter with a 24-yard play-action crossing route to Julio Jones to get Atlanta inside the Dallas 35. He converted a third-down pass to Taylor Gabriel with a tight-window throw at the Dallas six while breaking the pocket up the middle and throwing on the move. Ryan then capped the long drive with a post route to Hardy in the back of the end zone. Ryan later found Gabriel in the fourth quarter with an excellent dig route for a long gain that flipped the field and led to consecutive play-action drag routes to Austin Hooper to extend the lead to 17.

2017 Week 9 vs CAR (24 / 38 / 313 / 2 / 1 pass, 1 / -1 / 0 rush)

He led off the game with a 34-yard play to Julio Jones and the receiver broke a tackle. This could have easily been an interception if not for Jones re-establishing position. He found Jones against a high-low bracket that was behind the receiver but Jones fended off Thomas Davis for the catch Four plays later, Ryan missed Jones on the deep post from the 46 of Carolina. This would have resulted in a touchdown. Ryan later found Austin Hooper and Mohamed Sanu on key plays to finish the drive, including a six-yard shallow out to Sanu for the score. Jones caught a corner route for 26 late in the half on a pass thrown too far inside but pressure forced the off-balanced throw. Ryan and Hooper weren't on the same page on a downfield route over the middle where Hooper broke further down field and Ryan threw it wide to the open spot, which allowed the safety to break across the tight end for the interception and a 35-yard return. Carolina amped up the pressure with the lead and late in the third quarter, Ryan held onto the ball too long, taking multiple sacks to end the period. One of those sacks, he was outside the pocket and should have thrown the ball away. Ryan found Jones on a good timing route for 18 up the left sideline on a hook route early in the fourth quarter, but then put too much air under the ball on an open go route to the receiver who got tangled up with the corner and had to leave the game again. Ryan found Justin Hardy for 19 on a risky throw while leaning against his lineman who was pushed into the pocket. With the game close, Ryan was finally accurate on a deep post on 4th down, but Jones dropped the ball while trying to trap it against his chest. The next drive, Ryan found multiple underneath targets, including a 40-yard catch and run to Taylor Gabriel that ended with a 19-yard, WR screen to Tevin Coleman to close the gap to 3. However, Ryan could not find time during the final drive to deliver the ball downfield and Carolina ran out the clock.

2017 Week 8 vs NYJ (18 / 29 / 254 / 2 / 0 pass, 6 / 17 / 0 rush)

Ryan fumbled a pair of exchanges from center in the first half, and the Jets recovered each fumble inside Atlanta's territory and well inside field goal range. However, the Jets could only manage a field goal as the net result. The Falcons did a better job of targeting Austin Hooper from the slot early on and it led to a second score where Ryan missed the first window to hit Hooper on a corner fade but anticipated Hooper working open to the inside on the second effort. Ryan buying time and his receivers working open was a theme in the red zone. The same thing happened when Ryan looked to Mohamed Sanu in the fourth quarter on a crossing route. Ryan had to climb pressure and slide outside the pocket to buy time and Sanu reversed his field, curling along the end line to get open and make a diving catch. Ryan also found Julio Jones for a 54-yard completion on a play-action post covering 56-yards in the air. Despite buying time and creating second-chance opportunities, Ryan had some close calls late in this game that could have cost the Falcons. Up by five, Ryan was charged with intentional grounding to set up a 3rd and 25 deep in its own territory after buying time form pressure and throwing the ball to the middle of the field with no receiver around. Later, Ryan nearly got picked off by Darron Lee on a diving defensive effort of a hurried outlet target to Freeman in the red zone with 5:30 left in the game up by two. If Lee were a set closer and didn't have to dive, it could have been a 97-yard pick-six.

2017 Week 7 vs NE (23 / 33 / 233 / 1 / 0 pass, 3 / 37 / 0 rush)

The Falcons quarterback was not at all sharp in this game. He led Mohamed Sanu too far on a short target at the boundary on a 3rd-and-2 mismatch with safety Eugene Chung. Although he found Julio Jones for 12 yards on a bootleg action pass to the left during the second series to get close to midfield and converted a 4th and 2 at midfield with a scramble, he later overshot an open Sanu up the left rail on 2nd and 10 from the Patriots' 19 into the end zone. Later in the drive, he hit Andre Roberts on a third-down pass in the red zone that was broken up and it led to a blocked field goal. He took a sack during the next drive and it derailed the series and inside the two-minute warning, Ryan once again overshot Sanu on a 4th and 6 corner route. Sanu broke the route off like it was an out and Ryan threw the corner. Ryan once again rushed for a first down in the second half and then overshot Jones on 2nd and 7 from the 17 of New England on a corner route. Like Sanu, Jones seemed to flatten out the route to an out when Ryan threw the corner. Ryan overshot Sanu again to the right corner in the end zone in the same spot he targeted Jones on previous play, leading to a missed attempt of a 35-yard field goal. Ryan finally hit Sanu on a sideline fade between two defenders at the Patriots one to open the fourth quarter. However, Ryan failed to lead Jones on a 3rd and goal crossing route at the end line against Butler and the CB batted it away. It seemed like Ryan's most productive moments were runs for conversions. With the Patriots having the game in hand 23-0, the Falcons finally scored on the 11th play of an 88-yard drive when Ryan delivered a low-thrown corner fade against Butler that Jones had to wrestle away.

2017 Week 6 vs MIA (24 / 35 / 248 / 1 / 1 pass, 0 / 0 / 0 rush)

The Falcons began the game connecting on multiple routes of less than 10 yards behind the line of scrimmage. Ryan's longest target was a 10-yard back shoulder fade to Julio Jones on 3rd and 10 near midfield that drew a defensive pass interference penalty. During the second series, Ryan delivered a strong play fake to Devonta Freeman while his receiver Justin Hardy worked behind him on the run action to set up a deep post perfectly thrown to the newly re-signed Marvin Hall for a 41-yard touchdown. Miami's domination of the second and third quarter with power running made the game close and allowed the Dolphins to pressure Ryan. The quarterback took his first sack from Ndamukong Suh and Cameron Wake on a play-action pass against a safety blitz that forced the QB to climb into the duo in the bottom half of the third quarter. Early in the fourth quarter, Jake Matthews blew a protection and led to another sack of Ryan on 2nd and 20 near midfield, forcing a check-down, a failed snap on a punt that gave Miami great field position, and ultimately the lead. Ryan made some good throws on the final drive but Miami's defensive back made a great play on the ball on a target to Austin Hooper while in trail coverage and tipped it to safety Rashard Jones for the game sealing interception deep in Miami's territory.

2017 Week 4 vs BUF (24 / 42 / 242 / 1 / 2 pass, 1 / 8 / 0 rush)

If Ryan didn't find his first read during the first half, Bills pressure forced him to throw early and off-target from the pocket. After a failed first drive, Buffalo downed a punt inside the Atlanta 1 and Ryan missed a wide-open check-down to FB Derrick Coleman up the left sideline late in the first quarter. A few plays later, he was too wide of Mohamed Sanu on a third-down back-shoulder fade, forcing a second punt. On the next drive, Ryan threw behind Sanu on third down against rookie Tre'Davious White, who stopped Sanu shy of the marker deep in Buffalo territory and forced a field goal. Ryan missed multiple throws on second and third reads. Ryan then had the ball knocked loose by Jerry Hughes in the pocket. White recovered the fumble for a touchdown and a 14-10 lead. With Jones and Sanu out of the game, Ryan tried too hard for a big play, underthrowing an open Gabriel on a deep post that Ryan lacked the arm strength to throw ahead of the target. The underthrown ball gave the safety position for the interception. Ryan tied the game on the next drive with a one-yard throw to Justin Hardy, who earned a free release against a confused Buffalo tandem of safety and linebacker. However, Buffalo continued pressuring Ryan in subsequent possessions and the inaccurate targets resumed. Ryan threw behind Hardy on a slant on 2nd and 17 after Devonta Freeman tried to reverse field on a 1st and 10 late in the game and lost 7. He then led Nick Williams too far on a deep slant and Williams' diving effort tipped the ball into safety Micah Hyde's arms for the interception and a return into Atlanta territory. On the final drive, the Bills covered Ryan's first two reads so well that Ryan was forced to over throw Gabriel on an out on 4th and 1, sealing the game for Buffalo at their own 10 with 0:42 left.

2017 Week 3 vs DET (24 / 35 / 294 / 2 / 3 pass, 1 / -1 / 0 rush)

After hitting four of his first five passes that got the Falcons inside the 12, Ryan took a sack up the middle for a loss of eight. The pressure also forced Ryan to overthrow a well-covered Julio Jones on a corner fade in the end zone. After finding Devonta Freeman in a tight window on 3rd and 16 for 18 yards, Ryan followed up with a sprint-out shallow route to the left side for a completion on a bang-bang play that the replay officials eventually ruled a touchdown. Ryan took a sack on 3rd and 2 inside the Atlanta 10 after tripping over his feet while trying to retreat from pressure pushing a teammate into the quarterback's face, leading to a field goal and a 10-point lead. Ryan threw a pick-six to Glover Quinn late in the half off a play-action pass against a Cover-1 look where Quinn refused to be baited by the fake and kept his depth to jump the route, pick off Jones on the dig, and return it up the right sideline to close the gap to 17-13. It was Ryan's first interception in 304 pass attempts. Ryan had his pass tipped by the defensive line on a target to Coleman on a screen with 0:45 in the half and was nearly intercepted. Ryan later got within a foot of a touchdown on a deep sideline route to Jones on the first play of the third quarter. Ryan targeted Gabriel on 3rd and 3 late in the third quarter deep in Atlanta's own territory and Atlanta rushed to the line to prevent a contested replay situation on the diving grab. Ryan rushed his throw to Tevin Coleman, who wasn't ready for a hard throw. The ball went through his hands and Darius Slay returned the interception to the Atlanta 21. Sanu let a second pass through his hands at the Detroit 10 on 2nd and 10 from the 19 in the middle of the fourth quarter, and Darius Slay earned his second interception of the game and prevented Atlanta from building on its 30-26 lead.

2017 Week 2 vs GB (19 / 28 / 252 / 1 / 0 pass, 1 / 8 / 0 rush)

Ryan leaned on Julio Jones and Mohamed Sanu with crossing routes and outs during the first half. Ryan hit Jones twice on the opening drive for 52 yards, including a 33-yard gain on an intermediate crosser off a fake stretch play. Ryan took a Clay Matthews sack around the edge of the replacement right tackle Ty Sambrallo on third down of the second series, forcing a punt. Ryan began the third series with a 24-yard completion to Sanu on a crossing route off a play-action roll to the left. Ryan over shot a potential big play to Taylor Gabriel after the Packers edge defenders squeezed the pocket and forced Ryan to climb and loft the ball on the move. He later found Sanu for 21 yards on a crossing route early in the second quarter to work across midfield during the Falcons' third series of the game. With a healthy lead in the second half, the Falcons maintained a healthy balance of pass and run to bleed the clock. In the middle of the fourth quarter, Ryan delivered slants to Jones and Sanu for chunks of yards that set up first downs and more runs for Devonta Freeman.

2017 Week 1 vs CHI (21 / 30 / 321 / 1 / 0 pass, 3 / 11 / 0 rush)

Ryan hit his first five passes on the drive to four different receivers to get inside the 29 of Chicago to set up a field goal to complete an 11-play 62-yard opening drive. He overthrew Sanu on third down in the second drive to set up a punt. The Bears sacked Ryan on first down in the middle of the second quarter. Followed up with a crossing route to Jones for 25 to get inside the red zone. Slid inside the 5 on 2nd and 13 against edge pressure to avoid the sack and set up the open lane in the late second quarter for 13 yards. Freeman then bounced it outside for the TD. It was their second 11-play scoring drive. Pressured twice in a row on first drive of the third quarter for Falcons and sacked on second play on third down by Akeem Hicks up the middle. Split a double team due to outside pressure by nickel backer to open the double team. Justin Hardy Juggled a 3rand 8 deep out that he tight roped the sideline and incomplete but Matt Ryan roughed with late hit on the ground in the third quarter with 5:10 left. Ryan hit Austin Hooper for an 88-yard score and then later a 40-yard catch and run to set up a field goal to put the Falcons up six with only a few minutes left.

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