After falling out of the MVP race with a five-game string of mediocre-to-awful outings, Matt Ryan returned to form against the Giants, exacting revenge with a 23-of-28 passing performance for 270 yards. When it was all over, he had three touchdowns and no interceptions. Ryan surpassed his own franchise record for passing yards in this one, as he now has 4,202 yards with two games remaining on the schedule.
Five Atlanta receivers caught multiple passes, led by wideout Julio Jones, who caught six passes for 74 yards and two touchdowns. And is it possible to forget Tony Gonzalez? Ever? He extended his all-time tight end touchdown record he now has 103 career trips to the end zone. Grade: A
It was a forgettable day for Giants quarterback Eli Manning, who could get absolutely nothing going against Atlanta's defense. Not only was his offense shut out in the 34-0 rout, but he completed just 13 of his 25 passes and threw two picks. His leading receiver Dome...