• Matt Ryan discusses his five interceptions in 23-19 win over Cardinals

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Nov 18, 2012
    Again on Sunday, the team clearly didn’t play their best, and had to overcome five interceptions from Matt Ryan to top the Cardinals 23-19. Once again the Cardinals fought, but in the end they couldn’t pull it out, losing in Atlanta to the Falcons Sunday 23-19 to drop to 4-6. But the Falcons won, anyway, because their defense bailed them out and Ryan managed to patch together one touchdown drive for a 23-19 victory. In doing so Ryan became the first winning quarterback with five interceptions and no touchdowns since Packers great Bart Starr in 1967. ”We said during the bye week we were going to make changes that we thought necessary, and that’s what we’re going to do going forward,” Arizona coach Ken Whisenhunt said. ”We have to make more plays.”
    Source: ajc.com
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