Dec 4, 2011; Houston, TX, USA; Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan (2) passes against the Houston Texans during the third quarter at Reliant Stadium. The Texans won 17-10. Mandatory Credit: Thomas Campbell-US Presswire

Atlanta Falcons Poll: What Will Matt Ryan's 2012 Numbers Look Like?

Consistently across NFL sites and the blogosphere, I hear that Ryan cannot lead the Falcons to the Super Bowl, that the Falcons will never win it all with Ryan under center, and that he has peaked from a statistical standpoint. I would trade statistics for a Super Bowl ring in a heartbeat, but I don’t think Ryan has peaked completely, and I believe he has the types of tangibles and intangibles alike to lead the Falcons to a Super Bowl victory.

I would like to pose a question for all NFL fans out there, not just Falcons fans. What do you think Ryan’s production will be like statistically? I believe that with a full training camp, fewer drops from Roddy White, a full healthy season from Julio Jones, and better offensive line play, Ryan will throw for more than 30 Touchdowns in 2012. However, the true stats remain to be seen. What are your thoughts on Ryan’s production? Has he truly peaked at 29 touchdown passes, or can he elevate his game to another level? Cast your vote, and comment below as to why you selected a certain range.

How many Touchdown Passes will Ryan have in 2012?

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