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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Terance Mathis
Matt Ryan came up with two words to describe his performance Sunday night.
They were known as the "Dirty Birds," a colorful cast of characters who came closer than any other team to bringing a Super Bowl championship to Atlanta.
"The potential is there," said Terance Mathis, who caught 11 touchdown passes in 1998 and still lives in Atlanta. "They play together, they overcome adversity and they believe they can win every week. That's the way we were."