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Matt Ryan's impressive stat

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"Matt Ryan's numbers aren't drastically off from last year's totals, but the Falcons passer is 1-6 on the road and his 12 picks as a visiting passer rank second only to Geno Smith's 13."

Impressive, seeing as you have to suck AWFULLY bad to have stats like this, almost as if you were trying to be this horrible.

Source: http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap2000000303313/article/monday-night-football-five-things-to-watch

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And he's still a better QB than Cam Newton

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No way I'd trade Cam for Ryan.  Throw in a 1st or two, and I'll think about it.

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And he's still a better QB than Cam Newton

 

Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha.

 

Keep telling yourself that.  

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And he's still a better QB than Cam Newton

 

Seriously,are you drinking,smoking ,sniffing today, or just plain outright dumb? 

 

 

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And he's still a better QB than Cam Newton

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It's quite the fact

 

ummmmmm

 

 

lets trade receivers for a game (healthy) and see what happens

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ummmmmm

lets trade receivers for a game (healthy) and see what happens

But they haven't been (healthy)

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But they haven't been (healthy)

 

but if they were (healthy)

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