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Topic - Matt Ryan
I'm not big on regret. We all make mistakes. I've made plenty of decisions that in hindsight were less than wise. For instance, I decided last week to predict success for Matt Ryan. Dumb.
What a juicy matchup the NFL scheduled for Thursday night, a showdown for the lead in the NFC South and maybe for the best record in the conference.
After delivering three sacks to help the Green Bay Packers overcome the absences of hurt linebackers Clay Matthews and Brad Jones, A.J. Hawk proudly declared, "It's kind of been our motto for a long time around here: `Next man up.'"
The easiest one-word summary of the 2013 fantasy football season so far: Ouch.
The Atlanta Falcons' fears were confirmed on Wednesday when a second medical opinion found star wide receiver Julio Jones' foot injury will cause him to miss the remainder of the season.
The NFL came back in a big way on opening day, with long plays highlighting games from coast to coast.
Now that he's wearing a $100 million smile, quarterback Matt Ryan is ready to get back to work for the Atlanta Falcons.
A person familiar with the situation says Ryan's extension is for $103.75 million deal, with $59 million guaranteed. The person says Ryan will average $20.75 million during the first three years of the extension.
The Atlanta Falcons replaced Michael Turner with another proven, productive running back.
The Falcons have some big holes at the start of free agency. Tight end isn't one of them.
Fear the dreadlocks, San Francisco.
Make way Joe Montana and Steve Young. Colin Kaepernick is leading a brash new group of 49ers to the Super Bowl.
The two kids from Northern California burst from NFL afterthought to championship contender in eerily similar fashion a decade apart.
The old pro was on the sideline, resigned to the fact that this would turn out like so many games of the past. In the 16 years Tony Gonzalez has played tight end in the NFL, so many seasons ended early that he couldn't expect this one to be any different.
One game is a rematch. The other might feel like one _ at least to one of the teams.
"We've all kind of been there before," Ryan said.
"It's going to take some time to figure out what we're going to do, depending on how long he's out or whatever," Ryan said. "But we'll figure it out and try to find a way to get it done and be explosive in some different ways."