Although you are dying to read about Lady Gaga and tomorrow’s Super Bowl 51 halftime show…first up we are going to cover how Matt Ryan’s stats will impact the big game tomorrow.
The Atlanta Falcons finished the 2016 NFL regular season with a record of 11-5. In the last 4 regular season games, the Falcons were able to score more than 30 points in each of those games.
The Falcons are averaging 415 total yards per game in the regular season and quarterback Matt Ryan has completed 69.9% of his passes in the regular season. Consequently, the Matt Ryan has amassed an impressive throwing record in which he was able to toss 38 touchdowns while only throwing 7 interceptions. One omission from Matty Ice’s resume is lack of post-season wins which makes those taking part in Super Bowl online betting wagers hesitant on betting against Tom Brady.
Matt Ryan was able to throw for 4,944 yards in the 2016 season. Matt Ryan has long been heralded as one of the best quarterbacks to never win a Super Bowl. On February 5th, he’ll get his shot against future hall of famer Tom Brady.
Including the playoffs, Matt Ryan has only completed less than 20 throws in a game 4 times the season. When you look at the teams in which Ryan completed less than 20 passes, two things stand out. Either the Falcons were way ahead in the game and they decided hand the ball off or they were playing a top tiered defense.
Matt Ryan’s QB rating has only fallen below 100 four times in the 2016 NFL season. These games have a similar trend in that the Falcons were playing good defenses. When you handicap the New England Patriots defense, compare it to the defenses that Matty Ice has struggled against and see if you can find any correlations. If you can’t, make your Matt Ryan related Super Bowl prop bets accordingly.