It's time for a projection.
With the addition of Julio Jones and Jacquizz Rodgers, the Falcons have upgraded their offense in a potentially substantial way. That changes the fortunes of Matt Ryan, who had an excellent year in 2010 and now could improve by leaps and bounds.
With Jones catching passes and Rodgers keeping defenses guessing, there's good reason to believe that improvement is all but inevitable. Whether he's getting more yards, more touchdowns or a better average per completion--or all three!--Ryan should be able to do well with more weapons.
Go ahead and discuss, my friends.