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Matt "Clutch in the Playoffs" Ryan

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2008-2009 @ Arizona - 2nd half drives went as follows... fumble, three-and-out punt, three-and-out punt, interception, three-and-out punt, a sack for a safety (LOL), and finally they get one TD in garbage time as Arizona sat on a double digit lead.

2010-2011 vs Green Bay - After the 1st quarter the offense was outscored 48-7. Drives ended in an interception... a three-and-out... a fumble... another interception... another three-and-out... and another fumble. Mr. Clutch with a 6.5 QBR.

2011-2012 @ NY Giants - 0 points scored on offense, 32.8 QBR,,, all I can say is LOLOLOLOL.

2012-2013 vs Seattle - Lost a 20 point lead, would have lost the game had Carroll not called a timeout on the final FG. Their last 4 possessions... 1 horrible LOL worthy interception, 1 three-and-out, another 4 play drive resulting in a punt and one long FG attempt.

2012-2013 vs San Francisco - 2nd half, 0 points scored, lost a 17 point lead, 3 turnovers, 1 interception, 1 LOL worthy unforced fumble, 1 turnover on downs and a three-and-out for good measure.

Gee willikers guys, it sure does suck hairy camel balls having Matt Ryan in our division. We'll never get to the Super Bowl with Mr. Clutch standing in our way.

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2010-2011 @ Green Bay - After the 1st quarter the offense was outscored 48-7. Drives ended in an interception... a three-and-out... a fumble... another interception... another three-and-out... and another fumble. Mr. Clutch with a 6.5QBR.

small correction: that game was in the georgia dome where the falcons had "home field advantage"

e: holy poo, i had forgotten how badly rodgers had beasted them. 31/36 with 3 TDs

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it's hard to play football while pooping your pants

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small correction: that game was in the georgia dome where the falcons had "home field advantage"

OK, I went and fixed that. Thanks for pointing that out, I wouldn't want to taint Matt Ryan's great playoff legacy with any inaccuracies.

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Gee willikers guys, it sure does suck hairy camel balls having Matt Ryan in our division. We'll never get to the Super Bowl with Mr. Clutch standing in our way.

they are terrible in the postseason but undeniably legit during the regular season. with that roster they'll be vying for the division title every year for the next five years.

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it's hard to play football while pooping your pants

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Basically sums up Matt Ryan as both a human being and QB.

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Basically sums up Matt Ryan as both a human being and QB.

LMFAO!!!! OMFG!!!!!

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I'd trade Matt Ryan if I was Atlanta.

I always said, Ryan was the most overrated QB in this league. He's a poor poor man Peyton Manning.

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