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Matt Ryan Wanted No Part Of Making This Block

Here are two facts. The first is that the Falcons are rounding into form as an offensive juggernaut, their 45-32 shootout win over the Saints an almost ideal display of firepower that saw them score touchdowns on five consecutive drives. This was a balanced attack, with big nights from Devonte Freeman and Tevin Coleman taking a lot of the pressure off of Matt Ryan, but it remains Ryan that makes this offense go.
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