Indianapolis Colts‘ QB Matt Ryan is having some issues this season.
His issues began with some poor performances during the 2022 season.
However, a shoulder joint separation has led him to being benched for the rest of the season.
With him no longer playing this season, some are asking if he’s worthy of becoming a Hall of Famer.
— Sunday Night Football on NBC (@SNFonNBC) November 3, 2022
While he has an illustrious career as a QB, does his time in Indy hurt his Hall of Fame chances?
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Before his injury this season, Ryan has only missed three games because of injuries.
As a BC guy and lifelong Falcons fan, rest assured he’s the best you’ve had in a long time. He’s missed 3 games, THREE, in 14 seasons. Y’all going to have some fun. He’ll be prepared. He’ll be fiery. Let’s go #colts @johnkim @harryarnett @smithcasey10 @cicioCASTRO
— Justin Farmer (@JustinFarmerWSB) March 22, 2022
His career is full of highlights, thanks to Julio Jones.
With Jones, it helped him rack up some major yardage.
In 15 seasons, Ryan has 37 comebacks and 45 game-winning drives.
His 61,743 career passing yards rank him seventh all-time, as he passed Dan Marino for that place this season.
He’s a four-time Pro Bowler, an All-Pro, and the 2016 NFL MVP.
He also has been to the Super Bowl, meaning he’s been to the biggest game in the NFL.
While he doesn’t have a Super Bowl ring, that never disqualified other Hall of Fame QBs.
With his career, it’s clear that Matt Ryan is a future NFL Hall of Famer.
While 2022 didn’t go the way he was hoping, it won’t prevent him from reaching Canton, Ohio.
With a long history of some great seasons, Ryan has already proven he will be in the Hall of Fame.