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Matt Ryan vs. the Eagles

When the Eagles participate in a division playoff Saturday, Jan. 13 (4:35 start) vs. the visiting Atlanta Falcons, the quarterback trying to beat them will be . . . Matt Ryan OPC '03. We expect to hear his name a lot this week in the run-up to the game! #pcproud

Below, SportsZone's Ted Silary takes a look at Matt's stats vs. the Eagles.

Matt is in year No. 10 of his NFL career and his record so far vs. the Birds is 3-3. He has passed 126-for-210 (60 percent) for 1,549 yards and 14 TDs. He missed the 2009 game due to turf toe. The breakdown for his six outings is below.

Above, Matt is in the 2002 PC/GA Game.

Matt Ryan's Passing Performances vs. the Eagles
  Com Att Yards TDs W-L Atl. Phila.
2008 23 44 277 2 L 14 27
2009 DNP            
2010 23 42 250 2 L 17 31
2011 17 28 195 4 W 35 31
2012 22 29 262 3 W 30 17
2013 None            
2014 None            
2015 23 34 298 2 W 26 24
2016 18 33 267 1 L 15 24
2017 None            
  126 210 1,549 14 3-3 137 154
Posted by S. Sexton in silary, winter sports on Monday January, 8 at 09:07AM
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