Matt Ryan
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Breaking Football | Jul 31st
Ryan had poor protection and his weapons were banged up. Expect a big rebound in 2014.
The New York Times | Jul 30th
2014 draft positives include 1st rounder T Matthews and the pass-friendly Freeman.
Fantasy Team Advice | Jul 30th
Since the Falcons switched to their uptempo, pass heavy attack we have been unable to figure out why Matt Ryan is consistently overlooked in fantasy formats. Sure, he might not put up the most touchdowns in the league, but with this poor defense he will be playing catch-up more often than not, meaning plenty of yards and fantasy production. If you want to wait on a QB, Ryan offers some of the best value around
FFLockerRoom | Jul 30th
In 2013 Matt Ryan was one of only 3 quarterbacks in fantasy football to have double-digit 20-point weeks along with having at least 7 300+ passing yard games. Considering that Roddy White, Julio Jones and Steven Jackson weren't much to rely on because of injuries and you have to walk away impressed with the quarterbacks campaign. He also had a positive 0.375 FFLockerRoom True Proficiency Game Average.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Jul 21st
He is extremely consistent and safe. There is no doubt he will put up 4,000 yards and 30 TDs. It's too hard not to draft him at QB.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
A healthy Julio Jones would help is fantasy value, but WR Roddy White is starting to become an older receiver and TE Tony Gonzalez will not be back in 2014. I think Ryan is a good quarterback, but there are too many big time fantasy quarterbacks with more certainty in their receiving core for me to rank him a QB1 in fantasy. The addition of OT Jake Matthews could be big for improved pass protection.
Yahoo! Sports | Jun 3rd
We have very little debate at the top of the QB ranks in 2014, where Peyton Manning, Drew Brees and Aaron Rodgers rule the position. But experts tend to drift apart when the big-three are off the board. Today, two Yahoo fantasy gurus discuss their choices for the No. 4 QB. Let's play the feud... Behrens builds the case for Ryan: To me, the interesting part of this argument isn't whether you prefer...