Matt Ryan is a colossal fantasy disappointment with 5 interceptions

Kevin C. Cox

Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan threw five interceptions in Week 11. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan had a terrible day in Week 11 against the Arizona Cardinals. On Sunday, the Falcons QB threw 5 interceptions and zero touchdowns. And despite his horrendous performance, Atlanta still pulled out a win.

This is not the kind of performance we've come to expect from Ryan. He didn't find the end zone once and made numerous errors.

Fantasy Analysis: While he threw for over 300 yards, don't be mistaken, there was nothing pretty about Matt Ryan's performance in Week 11. This season Ryan emerged as a dependable fantasy QB, lighting up a number of secondaries in 2012.

However, he's had his multi-interception days as well -- there was one earlier in the year against Oakland. Ryan remains a reliable fantasy option, but on Sunday, he just got beat by an unfamiliar opponent.

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