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Matt Ryan knows who's boss

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Somebody post a link to the falcons board response - ought to be good for a laugh

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He looks like a younger Colin Cowherd lol

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If any Panther was ever holding up a Falcons jersey smiling like that I think Id puke all over the place

He's called Charles Johnson.

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I remember yelling at Matt Ryan and the rest of the Falcants, to get off our field after our win. What a joyous moment.

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Brb, got to troll 2.5 million Falcons fans.

 

2.5 million? You're giving them too much credit...

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Now to find a photo of Sean Payton popping a Vicodin, or any pill, and then we're rolling.

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They both went to Boston College

 

dont see the big deal

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They both went to Boston College

dont see the big deal

I concur. They're both former Boston College standouts and have shrines dedicated to them on-campus. Ryan saw first-hand how talented Kuechly was on the field this year too. They have genuine respect for each other as a result. No biggie.

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