QB - IND
Week 4 Outlook
Matt Ryan completed 27-of-37 pass attempts on Sunday, throwing for two touchdowns, while fumbling the ball twice en rout to the Colts' first win of the season, a 20-17 win over the Chiefs.
Ryan managed the game better this time around in Week 3 as he came away without having thrown an interception, he does however need to maintain a better handle on the ball as he fumbled twice. The Colts quarterback finished Sunday's game with a QB rating of 105.9, his best of the season as he had averaged a rating of 31.4 through the previous two weeks. The 37-year-old should still not be streamed in standard leagues, he is really only worth a look in 2-QB leagues or Super-flex leagues as he has thrown more interceptions on the season (4) than he has touchdowns (3). Ryan and Co. will next take on the Titans in a home game for Week 4.
Matt Ryan completed 16 out of his 30 pass attempts for 195 yards versus the Jaguars. He threw three interceptions to pair with a passer rating of 34.0 en rout to the Colts' 24-0 loss to the Jaguars.
Ryan looked all the part of an aging quarterback on Sunday, however not all the blame can be tossed his way as he was without his WR1 and had no Alec Pierce either. The 37-year-old should remain on the waivers or on benches for the time being as he has just one touchdown to four interceptions on the season and a QBR of 31.3.
Matt Ryan completed 32 of 50 pass attempts for one touchdown and on interception, while also carrying the ball four times for 12 yards in the Colts' 20-20 OT tie Sunday.
Ryan certainly did not look like his prime self on Sunday having thrown as many touchdowns as interceptions. The Colts QB came out of Sunday's game with a QBR of a measly 48.2, while throwing for an average of 7.0 yards per pass attempt. The 37-year-old should not be expected to put up fantasy lines like the likes of Patrick Mahomes or Josh Allen, however he is clearly adequate at the checking down and is thus a fringe QB2 but he should really only be rostered in two quarterback leagues or super-flex leagues.
Matt Ryan played for three drives on Saturday, completing five of his seven passes for 59 yards in the Colts' 27-10 preseason finale win over the Buccaneers.
Ryan looked sharp in his short time on the field Saturday, as the team allowed some of their starters to play in the first three drives to prepare more for the season to come. The Colts' starting QB connected with his WR1 all three times he looked his way, and even took the ball himself for an 11-yard rush, which bodes well for his fantasy stock. The 37-year-old is currently ranked as the QB20 in FantasyPros ECR, a number he could well over perform with his new look high octane offense that has formed around him, which includes the best running back in football.
According to Mike Chappell, QB Matt Ryan will be sitting out of the Indianapolis Colts' second preseason game on Saturday.
The Colts' head coach Frank Reich said most of the team's 1s won't play, Ryan included, with QB Nick Foles likely to start, followed by QBs Sam Ehlinger and Jack Coan. Ryan struggled a little bit in the first preseason game, but that shouldn't be a significant reason to fade the former MVP in a new offense. Ryan is currently going as the QB22, according to FantasyPros, despite never finishing below QB19 in his career.
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