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Ryan has thrown a pick in four straight games though he still owns a 108.4 passer rating over his last three.
This was Ryan's best fantasy game of the season, and one his owners wished there were more of in 2014.
This is more in line with what fantasy owners had hoped for from Ryan after his strong start. Still, it's his first 300-yard effort in seven weeks, he's now gone eight games without throwing for more than two TDs, and the team hasn't scored 30 points in the last nine.
Ryan is no longer an obvious fantasy start.
Ryan has thrown for 228 yards in two straight games and has not posted more than 16 fantasy points in his last four contests.
Ryan was 19 of 37 for 271 yards with one TD and a late interception, though he seemed like a one-man team at times. His receivers sure didn't help the cause, dropping at least seven passes. Next week won't be any easier against the Ravens.
While Ryan has posted a passer rating of 142.2 in two home games this year, he owns a 72.8 mark on the road. He could be in for a big game next week with the Bears coming to town.
Ryan owns a 100.3 passer rating through his first four games, though both the Falcons and fantasy owners alike would like to see him throw fewer interceptions. He's been picked off five times and would finish with 20 interceptions at this rate.
After a bit of a letdown in Week 2, Ryan is back posting dominant fantasy numbers. He's got 965 yards and seven TDs in three games.
Ryan was the fantasy stud of Week 1 with a career-high 448 yards. He wasn't smiling after this one. Ryan was 24 of 44 for 231 yards with one touchdown and three interceptions and he faces a short week as he takes on the Bucs on Thursday.