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Bertrand Berry Says Falcons Quarterback Matt Ryan Never Varied His Snap Count
by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Jan 5th 2009 6:54PM by Matt Snyder (author feed)
Filed under: AZ Cardinals, Falcons, NFC South, NFC West, NFL PlayoffsArizona Cardinals’ defensive end Bertrand Berry was on the Dan Patrick radio show today, and he had something interesting to say about the Offensive Rookie of the Year, Falcons’ quarterback Matt Ryan. Berry said that Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan didn’t change his snap count all game. It’s true that the Cardinals’ defensive front was getting off the ball very quickly all game, so I guess we have to believe Berry. I just don’t understand how a quarterback at the NFL level would turn a blind eye to something as obvious as this. High school quarterbacks vary snap counts in order to keep opposing defenses on their toes. Sure, Ryan is a rookie, but he went 11-5 in his rookie season and showed veteran-like poise in many late-game situations.

Is it possible he buckled under the playoff pressure and his lack of variance on the snap count was due to nerves?

Other notes from the interview were that Berry said Anquan Boldin would try to play even if he had an amputated leg. I’m sure someone will make a fuss about that comment in relation to Richard Collier’s tragic situation from this past offseason. Let’s just remember, he’s making a statement about how tough Boldin is.




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