Matt Ryan has been named the 2016 AP NFL MVP - the first in franchise history. Ryan also won the AP Offensive Player of the Year.

On Target

Matt Ryan had the best season of his career in 2016. Ryan completed at least 70-percent of his passes eight times this season. He competed a career high 69.9-percent of his passes this season, which was third in the NFL. He’s currently completing 70.7-percent of his passes this postseason.

Airing It Out

Matt Ryan averaged a career high 9.3 yards per attempt. This total was also the highest mark in the NFL this season. His 9.3 yards per attempt were the most recorded in the NFL since 2000 - Kurt Warner 9.9.

No Picks For You

Matt Ryan threw for a career-high 38 touchdowns and a career-low seven interceptions. Ryan had a 5.4 touchdown to interception ratio, which was fourth in the NFL.

History Makers

In week seven, Matt Ryan broke an NFL record by throwing for 200+ yards in 46 straight games. Ryan became the first player in NFL history to pass for 200+ yards in 50 consecutive games. His current regular season streak stands at 55 games.


Matt Ryan had a career-high and NFL-best 117.1 passer rating. Ryan has had a 120+ passer rating in each of his past six games (including playoffs). In those six games he’s been 142-of-195 for 1,861 yards with 18 touchdowns, zero interceptions and a 133.3 passer rating.

Passing Leaders

Matt Ryan finished the season second in the NFL in passing yards (4,944) and touchdowns (38).

Matt Ryan averaged a career high 309 yards per game in 2016, which was second in the NFL

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