Matt Ryan Blows Biggest Leads in NFL Regular Season, Super Bowl History

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Matt Ryan was a part of an even bigger loss in NFL history on Saturday.

The Colts led 0 the Vikings 0 by halftime, 36-7 had 4: 53 left in the third quarter, before the team froze. After scoring 33 goals in overtime, Minnesota returned to the game with , the largest comeback in NFL history . Ryan was not the first to lead a team that lost in an historic comeback.

When people think about these moments, Super Bowl LI between Falcons and Patriots is likely to come to mind. Ryan and Atlanta held a 25-point lead with 18 minutes to go on football’s biggest stage, but New England powered back with 31 unanswered points in Houston that day. This overtime game was the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history.

Ryan completed 19-of-33 passes on Saturday en route to one touchdown and zero interceptions for 182 yards. With the end of the regular season approaching, the Colts are now at 4-9-1.

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