Post Super Bowl incident (Matt Ryan) ...thoughts? (1 Viewer)

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Good move on his part took a lot of guts to do that
 

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Class move to me. He may play for Atlanta, but for him to bull his way trough that crowd to shake Brady's hand was the act of a sportsman. I applaud him.
 
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Peyton didn't meet Drew either.
Seems that your QB getting snubbed would be the priority, if one is looking for an example of questionable sportsmanship...
 

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Peyton didn't meet Drew either.
Seems that your QB getting snubbed would be the priority, if one is looking for an example of questionable sportsmanship...
This. Manning ran off the field immediately after the the clock struck 0.00 in Sb 44. Ryan showed class. I don't care if he's a Falcon. It was
the right thing to do and I applaud him.
 

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Matt Ryan is a good dude. Wish he played elsewhere so I felt better about liking him.
Great guy locally, does a lot for this area. Good QB that most teams would want, but personally I don't think he has it in him to ever win a super bowl.

I've always said that the falcons will never win one with him at QB.
 

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Very classy, unlike another NFC South QB who was in the SB last year.
 

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Peyton Manning didn't shake Drew's hand either. (oh, someone already mentioned it)
 

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I noticed that after the game. He plays for our rival, so we look for reasons to knock him down, but he's always been a very good QB and handles himself like a professional in post-game press conferences, win or lose.

And, he didn't choke that game away but will hear if from his detractors.
 

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