Matt Ryan throws first incomplete pass for INT against Bucs

J. Meric

After 10 straight completions, Matt Ryan coughed up another turnover.

Matt Ryan was enjoying a mistake-free day through nearly two quarters until Ronde Barber came up with a huge play to ruin it all. Ryan completed his first 10 passes in a row, but his for incompletion on the afternoon ended up in the hands of the Buccaneers.

After throwing five picks last week against the Cardinals, the Falcons are hoping Ryan won't derail himself again. Barber made a nice play in coverage to take the ball deep into Falcons territory, but Tampa couldn't punch it in as Doug Martin was stopped short of the goal line twice. Ryan is still having plenty of success against the last-ranked pass defense in the league.

Ryan is now 12 of 14 passing so far for 120 yards yards. As long as he doesn't go into Week 11 mode again, the Falcons look like they'll put up plenty of points on their divisional foe today.

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