Matt Ryan Reacts to His Worst Passer Rating in His Career vs.


Matt Ryan Reacts to the Worst Passer Rating of His Career vs.

Matt Ryan, the MVP quarterback for the Atlanta Falcons, had his worst game of his career on Sunday, November 14th.

In the Falcons’ humiliating 43-3 loss to the Dallas Cowboys, the 14-year NFL veteran finished with a career-low 21.4 passer rating on 9 of 21 passing for 117 yards and two interceptions.

It’s been a long time since he’s had a rating that low, dating back to his rookie season in 2008, when he had 29.6 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

In the post-game press conference, Ryan said, “I remember that one, too.”

“It was a sham.”

Ryan, on the other hand, intends to make a change and move forward.

“Hopefully, it will be another 13 years before I get another rating like that,” Ryan expressed his hope.

“That’s how I see it.”

It wasn’t one of those days for us.

We didn’t have a good game.

I didn’t have a good game.

It’s time for you to get back to work.

Trust me when I say that I am confident that we will return the following week and perform admirably.”

In the Falcons’ 43-3 loss to the Cowboys, Grant finished with three solo tackles and a forced fumble.

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Dan Quinn’s defense is credited by Matt Ryan.

The Falcons’ worst loss came against Ryan’s former head coach, Dan Quinn, who knows Ryan’s flaws better than anyone.

Ryan explained, “I saw Dan briefly before the game.”

“I just hugged him and told him, ‘Good luck today.'”

‘I’ll catch up with you later.’

He, as well as their defense, deserve credit.

“I thought he did an excellent job of positioning those guys for success, and their guys made plays.”

Dan coached an excellent game, in my opinion.

They did an excellent job, in my opinion.

We had a bad game, in my opinion.

When you do that against a strong football team, things can quickly become ugly.”

With the loss, the Falcons dropped to 4-5 on the season, good for fourth place in the NFC South.

Quinn was awarded the game ball for his efforts.

On both sides of the ball, the Cowboys had a good day, but Quinn’s defense, which held the Falcons to just three points, was especially impressive.

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