The Falcons haven’t won a game in the preseason, haven’t seen two of their best offensive playmakers on the field at all, and couldn’t find the end zone at all last week against the Jaguars.
And Matt Ryan isn’t all that worried about it.
The Falcons quarterback shrugged off a lackluster performance, confident the problems will go away once they’re fully stocked and into regular season mode.
“Not really,” Ryan said of concerns, via D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “I’ve played long enough to know that some years, you are 4-0 in the (exhibition) season and it doesn’t certainly pan out that way in the regular season. Some years, you are not that way in the [exhibition] season and the regular season could be different. . . .
“I think the veterans and the experienced guys that we have make you feel good about what we are going to be and who we are going to be as we move…