Here’s what Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan had to say after the 34-31 victory over the Seattle Seahawks. OPENING STATEMENT: “You never know how they are going to shake out. We battled for four quarters and it was good. We made enough plays to get it down in an environment that’s tough to win in.”ON THE OFFENSE WITHOUT FREEMAN: “It’s tough to replace (Devonta) Freeman. Or to not have. But we have so much depth at our running back position. We trust our other guys to step it.
Here’s what the Falcons had to say after the 34-31 win over Seattle on Monday Night Football:ON RUSELL WILSON: “Russell was scrambling. We were trying to keep him as far away from the field goal as possible. We did that and the kicker ended up missing. We’ll take the win. We are confident group. We just keep pushing.”ON THE PLAYOFFS: “We know there is a lot of football left.”ON HIS INTERCEPTION: “I got the pick, but I should have scored. I want talk about that. It was a great win.
Here’s the Monday NIght Football special episode of The Bow Tie Chronicles podcast with the Falcons set to play the Seahawks at 8:30 p.m. on Monday Night Football from CenturyLink Field. Special teams coordinator Keith Armstrong stops by to discuss Seattle returner Tyler Lockett and Falcons defensive Adrian Clayborn discusses why he elected not to retire after last-season’s bicep injury in the playoffs.
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